Start each turn by drawing a climate event. These may be scary, but they can inspire us to action.
We’ve packed 64 climate solution cards into this game. Use them to eliminate pollution.
You’ll have to team up to clean our skies before running out of money, time, hope, or fresh air.
If you succeed, you’ll create a path to a clearer, brighter, happier future. One we can all enjoy together.
Get a win for yourself and our world! Get the power to have the best conversation you’ve had about the future in awhile.
What you get:
Jump right in! Go easier on your wallet and the planet. Give yourself the gift of figuring out what you can actually do.
What you get:
Give your class the gift of hope and wisdom. Power a new generation of climate leaders.
What you get:
“I love the optimism and focus on solutions. This gets people inspired!”
“The game doesn’t feel political; it feels practical. In my politically divided family we play games all the time. Can we play together?”
"I need to engage learners at all different levels and engender discussion. I love the fact that it brings in the money and hope - that’s just brilliant. Running out of those things is just as bad."
"I'm inspired after playing. I'm curious now about using sustainable materials like bamboo in my business."
"You've converted me into an advocate. I can see how I could play with others and make them advocates, too."
“I couldn’t stop thinking about how the game mechanics work so well both in the game and as a reflection of the real world.”
“We enjoyed strategizing to lower GHG and not spend money. I loved how I could elaborate with current events on so many event cards.”
“My youngest, who usually pesters me for extra iPad time at lunchtime, insisted we play yet another round of Green House instead. Quite extraordinary—and much appreciated by me.”
“8-year old approved! My stepdaughter got dozens of fancy toys and games over the holidays and this was basically her favorite. The adults liked it, too!”
Green House has 2 ways to play. The cooperative version is quick and easy. It features simple rules and lets you focus on having fun together. After playing the fully cooperative mode, lots of people have told us “I’m not usually a fan of games, but I like this one!”
The role-play mode is for you! Play as a Family, Business, Nonprofit, or Government. You get a special power, access to your own set of actions, and have to manage your own money to stay in the game individually. In order to implement your solutions and help save the world, you’ll have to convince others to back you!
You don’t have to know anything (but the rules that come in the box) to play. This game is not a quiz about how much you know. (Snooze!) It’s about how we work together to create a better world. (Woo-hoo!)
Wait, is that a question? Yes. It’s probably the biggest uncertainty of our time. Climate change scares us, too. This game doesn’t focus on the scary events. Yes, they are part of the game, just like they are part of our lives to some extent now. But it feels a lot better, and it's more exciting, to look at all the amazing actions out there to help solve this problem.
This game scales for early elementary all the way to life long learners.
Simple addition and subtraction are all that are needed at its most basic to play this game. The visuals help engage younger kids. For older learners, there are facts on the cards to grow understanding and vocabulary. Plus the role-playing mode of the game adds extra complexity and cooperation.
Each action card features a real life climate solution that someone, somewhere in the world is already working on. Scan the QR code (or just visit our website), to “learn more” and even “take action”.
Yes! We have all the solutions we need. So what's the problem? We just need to all start playing more of them, in our homes, our workplaces, our faith communities, and our cities, states, and nations. Join in, and get in the game!
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