The Systems Thinking Playbook for Climate Change
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Simple interactive exercises, we call them ‘games’ or ‘strategic exercises’, have the potential to help participants understand by doing. In The Systems Thinking Playbook for Climate Change, we present 22 games that will be useful to those who are trying to communicate with others about the causes and consequences of climate change. These simple exercises can facilitate the process of communication and education.
How to citeBooth Sweeney, L., Meadows, D., Martin Mehers, G. (2011). The Systems Thinking Playbook for Climate Change. Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit
PublisherDeutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit
Related Resource(s)https://klimamediathek.de/wp-content/uploads/giz2011-0588en-playbook-climate-change.pdf https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12724/17621
What general/specific skills will this resource in education for sustainability develop?
Systems thinking; climate action; SDG13
How do you suggest using this resource in the subjects?
Many exercises can be done in class with different-size student groups. They really enjoy them and learn the material better after they've done a game.
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