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strategy game that brings sustainability to life in a fun, interac6ve way -Sustainable Industries Magazine

GBO Hawaii

T h i s b r a n d n e w b o a r d g a m e i s educa9onal, inspira9onal, and most importantly, fun. Players are investors looking to achieve the best triple boBom line return on their investments. By inves9ng in businesses that help Hawaii create clean energy, local and sustainable food, and reduc9on of waste, players earn dividends and create good, green jobs in the process. Win the game by having the best overall rank on green job crea9on, eco-credits, and prots. Picture of the game.

So much fun, when can we play again? -Shanah Trevenna, President of the Sustainability Associa;on of Hawaii This game will change the world. -Kevin Danaher, co- founder of Global Exchange and the Green Fes;vals This is amazing.-James McCay, Sales, Revolusun

Below: Picture of the board.


Players can invest in sustainable businesses s u c h a s s u s t a i n a b l e forestry opera9ons, wind farms, green builders, algae biofuels processors, a n d s e a w a t e r a i r c o n d i 9 o n i n g ( S W A C ) technologies.

Random events keep players on their toes with both positive and negative developments. In this case, the state supports a clean tech incubator, generating interest in clean energy businesses.


Players navigate public policy changes that affect their investments. In this case, a statewide policy helps drive interest in locally produced food.

Players must line up the skill sets of their human resource cards with the needs of the businesses theyre looking to start. Clean tech engineers are required for most renewable energy ventures, for example.

Game developer: Scott Cooney, M.S., M.B.A.

Sco$ is a green business author, serial eco-entrepreneur and Adjunct Professor of Sustainability at the University of Hawaii. McGraw-Hill published Sco$s rst book, Build a Green Small Business: Protable Ways to Become an Ecopreneur. Sco$ works with large and small organizaKons to help them incorporate green principles into their corporate DNA. Sco$ is a Phi Beta Kappa who holds an MBA and an MS in ConservaKon Biology (both from Colorado State University). To schedule an interview or for more informaKon, please email Sco$