The Adaptation Game: A Merri-bek Climate Drill

May 19, 2023 at 2:08 am Leave a comment

On Tuesday May 30th Zero Carbon Moreland is putting on a short film and discussion at Brunswick Town Hall about the Adaptation Game.

It is a screening of a short film (less than 15 minutes) and also hear from TAG participants how it affected them and how working together we can prepare for predicted climate related risks.

Be great for you to come along and be part of the discussion after the film on how people can get involved in local groups. 

When: Tuesday May 30th
Time: 6.00-7.30pm
Where: Brunswick Town Hall, 233 Sydney Rd, Brunswick.
Register for free:
Catering provided

In 2022 Merri-bek council partnered with researchers and a group of creatives to develop the first The Adaptation Game (TAG). A tool for community-led climate resilient action.

TAG is a playful workshop for residents to connect and help prepare our community to be more resilient for climate change. It is an innovative way for the community to talk about and respond to the impact of climate change in their neighbourhood.

Even though it has “game” in the name, it’s more of a platform for a community conversation. It is definitely not like Monopoly!

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

See also our blog on Climate Risk mapping for Moreland: climate impacts and insurability

About the Film Night

After the screening there will be a discussion about community action in Merri-bek.

Neighbours United for Climate Action (NUCA) will give a short talk about how you can get involved with TAG and how you can be connected to other local climate action groups – there’s something for everybody in Merri-bek!

TAG Partners

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 Adaptation Game is a workshop for local governments to raise awareness and grow capacity towards climate-resilient communities. It is designed for people who accept climate change, but may feel uncertain about what they can do about it.

There is a session of the Adaptation Game scheduled for CERES on June 18th. More details.

TAG at Glenroy Festival on the Climate Action Merribek stall

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