The Banana Blog Unpeeling Sustainability

Just like peeling back the layers of a banana, we’re here to discuss the hidden truths about our carbon footprints, sustainability, and ‘greener’ way of living. Our content hub is inspired by the book ‘How Bad Are Bananas?’ by Mike Berners-Lee and we aim to bring you a fresh, engaging, and informative perspective on creating a greener future.

Join us on this exciting journey as we delve into the world of carbon emissions, eco-friendly practices, and innovative leadership. Get ready to unpeel the layers of sustainability and be part of a community that’s making a real difference—one banana at a time!

Why is the BIG Carbon Footprint game so special?

Fun, eye-catching, unforgettable! This is the only behaviour changing tool that puts ‘fun’ as its main objective. Other climate learning can often create a disconnect between learning and individuals and their actions but the BIG Carbon Footprint game firmly connects

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Why do you need the BIG Carbon Footprint game?

The BIG carbon footprint game is perfect for events, outreach work and your everyday carbon literacy education. Unlike the smaller games, the original game is difficult to miss when it pops up in different places! Its time for us to

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How do the Carbon Footprint games work?

From the selected pack of cards, players are invited to compare 5 paired items, and in each pair guess which item has the higher carbon footprint. Sometimes it’s easy (an eco-child vs an average child) sometimes it’s pretty tricky (the

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What is the BIG Carbon Footprint game?

Our original and highly eye-catching BIG carbon footprint game is the best way to start carbon conversations with anybody! It’s a carbon conversation tool, a critical thinking developer, and a fun game all delivered in an easily digestible format. The

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Who to use the Carbon Footprint games with…?

Anyone and everyone! Your pupils, students, staff, suppliers, customers, C-suite, managers, general public, small and large businesses. Show that you understand climate change and show how important engagement and learning is to all of your stakeholders.

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Why games are so effective

Research has shown that children can recall far better details of games they have played than most formal learning they receive. Using games as a way of learning works very effectively as they engage players in multiple different ways simultaneously.

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Why is this Carbon Footprint game so important?

Delivering messages, teaching new things and trying to change behaviours is a continuous battle. But, what if it didn’t need to be… The Small Carbon Footprint game brings the ‘wow’ back into learning and excitement into engaging with people. The

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