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The Adaptation Game – A Merri-bek Climate Drill

By November 9, 2022No Comments
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You’re invited to play The Adaptation Game – A Merri-bek Climate Drill.

Have fun, meet others and prepare for climate change in our community!

When: Saturday December 3rd, 2022
Time: 10 am – 2 pm, lunch provided
Where: Glenroy Community Hub, 50 Wheatsheaf Rd, Glenroy VIC 3046
Register now:

TAG: The Adaptation Game is a playful workshop for Merri bek residents to connect & help prepare our community to be more resilient for climate change.

In TAG you and your fellow players will play through scenarios of disasters caused by climate change. You will test your own preparedness and try out realistic options for how to be better prepared in the future.

The game is based on real science about how climate change will affect Merri-bek. It will show you to real world ways to take action to support and protect your home, family, community, and the environment. TAG will connect what you enjoy, and what you are good at, with what needs doing.

Everyone counts. No act is too small, no idea is too big.

Come for the game, stay for the connections, and learn how you can make a meaningful contribution to your community’s resilience. Lunch will be provided.

The Adaption Game starting with Merri-bek residents, especially those living in Glenroy.

Register here now. Spaces are limited. If spots run out, we’ll tell you about future sessions take place.

The Adaptation Game is sponsored by Deakin University, in partnership with Merri-bek Council, with creative design and production by Goodmorningbeautiful, Amble Studio, Collabforge, and Wax Wings Games.

The project, HAE-22-075, The Adaptation Game (working title): Community Climate Drill, has been approved by the Faculty HEAG under the terms of Deakin University’s Human Research Ethics Committee (DUHREC).