The COP26 summit is happening now and it brings parties together to accelerate action towards the goals of the Paris Agreement and the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change.
Let's come together on Nov 13th (Sat) and join the super interactive Climate Justice Idea Lab hosts by JCI Ireland and get the inspiration to re-imagine and rebuild the flawed systems holding in place climate inaction, so that we can achieve a just, climate-resilient world together by playing the 2030 SDGs Game online with our facilitator Carol Yeung.
The best ideas generated from the session will win some lovely prizes!
Date: Nov 13th, 2021 (Sat)
Time: 10am - 12:30pm
Free event! All are welcome!
We would like to share two very short videos to watch before the game. It is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED that you watch them as it will help you to understand the purpose of the Game and how the online platform operates.
The 2030 SDGs Game (Online Version) Videos [English]
Part 1 - About the Game (3 mins)
Part 2 - Game Platform Instructions (5 mins)
Before joining the game, kindly check the following technical specification and equipment:
- Desktop computer/ laptop with Chrome, Edge or Safari browsers. Tablets or mobile phones may NOT be used for the game.
- Reasonably fast and stable network connection for gameplay and communication
- Headset for communication*
- Version of Zoom: 5.3.0 or later (please update your version before the game if needed)
- Sign in with Zoom with the camera and mic switched on for interaction during the session.
*If you are sitting in the same office, please try NOT to sit next to each other as you will be talking during the gameplay and it may affect other players.
- If you are interested to know more about the SDGs, feel free to watch this video before the event - “Transitioning from the MDGs to the SDGs” - https://youtu.be/5_hLuEui6ww
About the facilitator - Carol Yeung:
Carol was born in Hong Kong and raised in Canada (Edmonton, Alberta). She is a seasoned PR & Marketing professional with 12+ years of experience driving communication campaigns, special events and strategic marketing plans for companies ranging from non-profit institutions, small-medium enterprises to large multinationals. Carol is the first Certified 2030 SDGs Game Facilitator in Hong Kong.
She has worked for leading corporates and PR agencies including American Express, Clifford Chance and Burson Marsteller. She was Lecturer at the Vocational Training Council (Hong Kong) for Higher Diploma Programme for Public Relations & Events Management. She also has worked as Executive Manager of UNESCO Hong Kong Association to manage Education for Sustainable Development School Programmes, UN70 Peace & Sustainable Development Youth Program and Festival and other SDGs initiatives.
Over the last 11 years, she is an active member of an international youth leadership organization – Junior Chamber International (JCI). She served as a Board Member (voluntary position) of the JCI Hong Kong (national organization) and was Chapter President of the JCI Hong Kong Jayceettes (local chapter). Carol was appointed as the JCI United Nations (UN) Affairs and External Relations Commissioner for Asia and the Pacific in 2015 and attended the JCI Global Partnership Summit in the same year at the UN Headquarters in New York. In 2017 and 2018, she was one of the founders and lead trainers of the award-winning SDGs Junior Ambassador Programme for primary & middle school participants. In 2019 and 2020, she was awarded Most Outstanding Member at JCI Hong Kong National Convention and JCI ASPAC respectively. In November 2018, she completed the 2030 SDGs Game English Facilitator Training in Tokyo, Japan. Carol founded her own sustainability education and training company iNNOVGoals in Hong Kong in 2019, and has been conducting SDGs-related workshops to corporates, organizations and schools.
Graduated from University of Alberta Bachelor of Commerce with Distinction, she also holds Postgraduate in Public Relations and Executive Certificate in Corporate Social Responsibility. She is fluent in English, Chinese (Cantonese) and Chinese (Mandarin), and basic level of French and Japanese.About the facilitator - Aubree Wai:
Aubree is a Founding Member of iNNOVGoals, she is an active citizen and believes in empowering individuals and impacting the community. She holds a Master of Science in Civil Infrastructural Engineering and Management from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, and a Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering from the University of California, San Diego.
With over 8 years of corporate experience, Aubree had been serving the construction industry for 6 years where she was in various roles as an Engineer to monitor the project on site to a Claims Consultant to assist in preparation of expert witness opinion for arbitration or litigation on construction disputes.
Outside of professional work, in 2017, she was Project Chairman (voluntary position) for JCI Hong Kong Jayceettes in pioneering the first-ever community educational programme to raise the awareness of United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs) to primary school students in Hong Kong.
Her strong corporate exposure and project experiences have also led to discover her core value belonged in cultivating human connections. In 2018, she took a bold move to shift her work from the construction industry to education and training development. She is now a Certified 2030 SDGs Game Facilitator and also Lead (Education & Training) in iNNOVGoals to create sustainability training programmes for corporates and schools.