Decisions for Seasons


“Decisions for the Seasons” is an intensely interactive game designed to support learning and dialogue about key aspects of long-term investments under uncertainty, with a special focus on financial preparedness needs

Learning objectives

Planning for extremes, experiencing climate change impacts, cooperation to better manage risk.

Intended audience

While particularly suited for people making decisions around financial preparedness, this game can be useful to a wide range of stakeholders affected by long-term climate risks.

Playspace requirements

Large room with tables and chairs, or auditorium


This game was developed with support from Climate KIC.

This game is an expansion / adaptation of a game previously developed with support from the American Red Cross (International Services Team), and is a substantially simplified version of a game on deep uncertainty and robust decision making, designed for the World Bank Chief Economist for Sustainable Development.

For this game is needed:

Participants: 6-100
Facilitator skill: **/***
Minutes for gameplay: 30 - 60 min