Games4Sustainability platform is a guide to making your sustainability message more compelling and accessible by employing games and social simulations.

Games4Sustainability has been endorsed by sustainability professionals, academics and organizations who have applied the games in their studies and activities. The Gamepedia has over 100 games and simulations which you can browse through to find a match for your needs.

You can filter through the games either by UN Sustainable Development Goal category or an advanced search which allows you to select type of game, language, duration, number of moderators, and number of players.

SDG 15: Life on Land has such games available as Eco, the Nexus Game, the Energy Transition Game, and Earth: A Primer.

The G4S platform is run by the Centre for Systems Solutions, an NGO with 12-year experience in development and application of systems tools, such as social simulations and computer modelling.

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