• Will you sit back, relax and watch our planet burn?

    We'll show you how we end up if we do not change.
  • Will you let
    climate change
    end the game?

    Let's see how we can play the game to a better ending.

"Pollution and climate change by excessive burning of fossil fuels are real threats, not the people who warn that we must take these threats seriously."

David Suzuki - Academic & Environmental Broadcaster

Climate Game Rules

While climate change represents a broad set of threats to all life in the planet, the project will be focusing, above all, on three main issues:

Biodiversity Conservation

Changes in our climate threaten to disrupt ecosystem balance and to bring about a mass extinction of species around the globe. This will greatly affect ecosystem services and so the habitability of our planet. For instance, mild winters and early springs can cause many plants, such as dandelions, to blossom ...

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Adaptation & Mitigation

How humankind manages to confront what is coming will be critical. Throughout history, we have seen cultures that managed to adapt to harsh climatic circumstances and others for which the game ended. Just as thousands of years ago, Arabian pastoralists and agricultural communities in Mesopotamia cooperated during ...

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Climate Justice

Around the globe, societies are already being impacted by droughts, heatwaves, floods, famine, social strife, and more — especially affecting the most vulnerable groups in the Global South. Migratory patterns can be already seen, leaving tens of thousands in peril and distress. This is a reality that cannot ...

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From board games and international geocaching challenges, to museum exhibits, wilderness camps, and many more, we aim to reach for the next level in climate awareness raising.

Board game

Board games are so many times way more than simple entertainment and competition. Board games can push us to tread carefully, to strategize, to ...

E-learning Platform

“Those who have not studied in their youth will regret so when they have to make use of knowledge.” So states an old Chinese proverb. In ...

Educational materials

An educated mind is the genesis for development. And an environmentally educated mind is the genesis for sustainable development. With ...

Greening Festivals Handbook

The show must go on, but must also green on. Festivals and music concerts are, without a doubt, contexts for joy, good vibes, and positive energy. ...

Improvisation Theatre

“To be, or not to be, that is the question.” Or, perhaps, was the question. Today, with climate change foreshadowing a scenario of ...

International GeoQuest

“I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it ...

Mobile App

Humans are, more often than not, creatures of habit. Many times, sadly, the wrong ones. But we have it in us the capacity to change those habits, ...

Museum Exhibitions

Major art exhibitions can attract tens of thousands of visitors and also great media attention, but normally do not deliver an environmental ...

The South Speaks

The Global South is a term that identifies countries with one side of the underlying global North-South divide, the other side ...

Wilderness Camps

Time to take a walk on the wild side! And to set up a tent. Look at the starry night. Reconnect with nature. Wilderness camps provide an ...
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Game on! Blogs

‘Our Common Ground’

So fresh, so clean
  • March 23, 2021
  • By

So fresh, so clean

World leaders are turning to renewables to power societies without overpowering our planet. But as the familiar oil spills, land clearance, water pollution and air pollution associated with fossil fuels demonstrate, energy has historically come at biodiversity’s expense. So the big question is this: as we develop new, renewable energy sources, how do we ensure that they protect biodiversity?

Climate Justice is not Blind
  • October 12, 2020
  • By Josephine Bellman

Climate Justice is not Blind

The sole focus of climate change as a strictly environmental issue misses by large a critical social dilemma: how differently will its impacts be born upon according to who you are and to where you live. As it stands, climate impacts won't deliver blind justice.

I Came, I Mitigated, I Adapted
  • October 5, 2020
  • By Josephine Bellman

I Came, I Mitigated, I Adapted

As it currently goes, the world by 2050 is a scary thought: rising sea levels, extreme summer heat, and mass forced migration. Yet, climate projections are inherently dependent on the steps taken to adapt to and mitigate the effects of climate change. We need to act now!

A Biodiversity Challenge
  • September 28, 2020
  • By Josephine Bellman

A Biodiversity Challenge

2020, the year of the COVID-19 pandemic, is also a make or break year for biodiversity. We are experiencing a sixth mass extinction. After our failures to reach previous targets, we need to act urgently to solve the crisis. Time to take on the challenge!

The Youth Must Be Heard
  • September 23, 2020
  • By Josephine Bellman

The Youth Must Be Heard

Fridays for Future, Extinction Rebellion, the Sunrise Movement. The list goes on, but they act as one. The global youth are making a stand to (finally) address climate change. Welcome to their fight.

The Good Earth
  • June 25, 2020
  • By Andreas Candido

The Good Earth

We need to dig deep into the roots of our differences so we can come together to save soil and, by extension, humanity.

One reaps what one sows
  • June 18, 2020
  • By Andreas Candido

One reaps what one sows

We take from the soil more than we give. Now, our greediness is one of the greatest threats to our long term survival.

Know your roots
  • June 11, 2020
  • By Andreas Candido

Know your roots

The history of soil contains clues to the fate of civilisations that fail to take care of their soil.

Soil: The Forgotten Miracle
  • June 4, 2020
  • By Andreas Candido

Soil: The Forgotten Miracle

Soil is one of the building blocks of life, yet we pay so little attention. Time to shine a light in our forgotten origins.

CEEweb for Biodiversity team

The project ‘Game on! Don’t let climate change end the game’ is an initiative of a consortium of 10 partners from 8 Central and Eastern European countries to activate the global youth and react to the existential threat climate change represents for the future of humankind.
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