Climate Crisis puts players in charge of a fictional Province and they must use a limited budget to improve the Security Level and address the security threats posed by Climate Change.

Everything in the game is based on the real-life challenges associated with climate change, creating an engaging simulation to help players understand how to address climate issues to improve security and the multiple challenges to doing so.

Climate Crisis has been adapted from the original game Conservation Crisis: can you save an endangered species, as part of a grant from the King’s College London COP26 Engagement Fund, enabling this game to made freely available for all.

For more information about the project, please email richard.milburn@kcl.ac.uk.

The game has been developed by Tunza Games, a purpose-driven business designing games to support engaging environmental education and raise funds for environmental causes, see www.tunzagames.com for more.

Artwork has been created by Vicki Dalton, with several icons from pixabay.com.

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