This project aims to bring the Climate Fresk – an international collaborative game based on UN science reports – to the Nelson Tasman region to spread awareness of the elements and impacts involved in climate change.
Created in 2015 by Cédric Ringenbach, The Climate Fresk was developed to increase climate literacy by turning UN science reports into a collaborative and educational game.
By reconstructing the chain of causes and consequences of climate change through a collaborative game, participants can gain a deeper understanding of the issues, and develop a will to act on this global challenge.
The game has reached more than 400,000 people worldwide and is delivered by a trained facilitator over the course of a three hour workshop.
One of our Forum members is a qualified Climate Fresk facilitator and is available to visit your school or workplace. If you are interested in trying The Climate Fresk, please do get in touch.