This sustainability activity is meant to promote conversation about how systems work, and how we can work together to better understand systems and work toward creating a more sustainable future. Players will actively move around the activity space, figuring out their place in a system, and reevaluating as the system changes. This game it works especially well with camp or school groups. You need at least 8 players for this game, but you can modify it to play with fewer people.
Systems thinking helps us understand our complex world and plan for a more sustainable future. Systems have many interrelated parts and connections. We all have a role in creating a more sustainable future.
Systems have many interrelated parts and connections.
We all have a role in creating a more sustainable future.
Sustainability in Science Museums is supported by the Walton Sustainability Solutions Initiatives at Arizona State University.
Arizona State University
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