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Thailand Takes a Step Forward in Sustainable Development with the Training

Leaders in the public and private sectors gathered in Chiang, Mai

The first batch of facilitators trained in Thailand has recently received certification and tools to lead the 2030 SDGs Game. This activity works well for classrooms or corporations.

Dr Scott explains, “This 2-hour experience is a fun and interactive way for participants to learn about sustainability, ownership, teamwork, and responsibility and may easily extend to a full-day workshop covering various topics. The training program held in Chiang Mai, Thailand, led by international facilitator David Nevin and Takeshi Muranakar, co-founder of Imacocollabo, the creator of the 2030 SDGs Game, attracted the best and brightest.

Dr Scott in Chiang Mai
Dr Scott in Chiang Mai

Beginning with an introduction of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the 2030 SDGs Game simulates taking the “real world” into the year 2030. “Additionally, the game is also an excellent tool for team-building and collaboration as it encourages participants to think collectively and work together to achieve a common goal.”, said Dr Scott.

David Nevin trains the trainers
David Nevin trains the trainers.

The game is designed to be interactive and engaging, which can help to raise awareness and create a sense of ownership and responsibility among participants. The 2030 SDGs Game highlights the importance of balancing the three pillars of sustainability; People, Planet and Profit. Will participants create a prosperous, fair and sustainable world?

Players use money and time to operate projects to achieve their goals. The rules are simple.



Written by: Supaporn  Pholrach (Joom)






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