The “2030 SDGs Game” (Sustainable Development Goals Game) is an interactive and playful workshop that brings sustainable development to life.
This card game, developed in Japan, simulates what the world could look like in 2030. The game emphasizes the importance of balancing the three pillars – society, environment, and economy. Players directly experience what it takes to create a balanced world, explore the power of their actions, and how each of us can contribute to a more balanced world.
In Japanese, the term “kizuki” can be translated as awareness, discovery, an “aha” moment. “Aha” moments are unique and individual for each of us and can be triggered in many different ways. The “2030 SDGs Game” helps players become aware of themselves, others, the world we live in, and the impact of our actions and awareness on the world.
The workshop is facilitated by Alice Richard, a sustainability catalyst. Alice helps individuals and organizations advance sustainable development through educational, inspiring, and playful activities.
This activity is open to both leaders and families.