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    Selling Community Adaptation : Turning a social change, community engagement initiative into a product

    What happens when you cross a team of nerdy role-playing do-gooders with a film-maker who is passionate about community climate change mitigation?

    Kiri Bear from Amble Studio tells the story of The Adaptation Game. A collaborative, storytelling board game and community building initiative about adapting to the impacts of climate change. Developed in partnership with Good Morning Beautiful, TAG has become a marketable product rolling out in local governments across Australia.

    Having spent most of her working life in NGO or government organisations, becoming a business owner and developing a sellable products has been quite a shift for Kiri. She will share her ins and outs of doing business while doing good. 

    This is a story of design, collaboration, science and fun with plenty of bumps and hurdles along the way.

    About Kiri Bear

    Kiri is a queer, cis, artist, storyteller, game designer and diversity consultant. She has a lifelong passion for understanding human relationships with self, other and Earth explored through professional life and artistic practice.

    About Amble Studios

    Amble Studios are passionate about making beautiful games that positively impact how people feel, think and act. We love the process of bringing games to life through a structured and user-centered approach to achieving outcomes as part of the storytelling journey. Their troupe combines decades of experience in professional and creatives contexts, brought together by our excitement about games. Learn more about their experience here.


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