Change Our Globe

Global Cooling board game - Danish

$61
Membership price: $54.90

Here is the family game that provides good energy. The board game is called Global Cooling, and the game is about exploiting the earth's renewable energy sources so that we can continue driving, using electricity and keeping warm. A very current game which gives the participants awareness and knowledge about the climate - in an entertaining way.

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Here is the family game that provides good energy. The board game is called Global Cooling, and the game is about exploiting the earth's renewable energy sources so that we can continue driving, using electricity and keeping warm. A very current game which gives the participants awareness and knowledge about the climate - in an entertaining way.

In the game, we are rewarded for replacing the four-wheel drive with an electric car, and for investing in solar and wind energy and planting forests on our plots. And as in all other games, it's all about winning! This is happening in a race to get the most global wind turbines on the world's seven continents.

During the game, we content ourselves with social media and the casino. We draw global cards that change the course of the game. If we are lucky, we receive money from the Change Our Globe Foundation.
In Global Cooling, money is good to have at the right times, but the one with the most money doesn't always win.

The board game Global Cooling is produced by the Danish company Change our Globe, which works with the UN's 17 global goals. Their production has a transparent value chain that protects employees, nature and the environment. For example are all their plastic parts made from recycled industrial plastic waste called 'pre consumer waste'.

If our planet's problem is global warming – the solution must be Global Cooling!

Good luck!

Dimensions: 38 x 26 x 7 cm
Material: Cardboard and recycled industrial plastic waste
Design: Change our Globe

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