2030 SDGs Game at Inveresk campus
Can you create new world for 2030 in 2.5 hours? Do you like to negotiate & collaborate for good, and are you ready to get fast & furious, to beat the clock?
Come along for an interactive, thought provoking and fun way to understand the role of the SDGs for a sustainable future, your future.
Find out why the University of Tasmania is committed to sustainability.
The 2030 SDGs Game is a multiplayer, in-person, card-based game. During the game you will experience the world as it could be in 2030.
The game is open for students and staff to attend, and will be facilitated by trained facilitator Cathy Walker.
Cathy is a member of the University's Sustainability team and is Tasmania's only facilitator trained by the game's creators Imacocollabo.
The game was created in Japan in 2016 by Imacocollabo and has since been played by over 250,000 people globally.
This game was inspired by the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals, and was played at the United Nations headquarters in 2019.
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