Pokémon Go is an AR game for mobile devices, where players catch Pokémon by travelling through the real world. The developer Niantic organises an annual Sustainability Week to promote local non-profits and sustainability efforts.
From the website: ” The Climate Court is a social enterprise designed to help you learn more about your current sustainable behaviours and challenge yourself to do better. You can use it to test yourself or one of your family or friends. You will see how sustainable you are in categories such as Transport, Food,
Vinted is a website and app where people can sell and buy second-hand clothes and other products, mostly fashion-related. It promotes eco-friendly shopping and the recycling of products. It provides users with an eco-identity and its affordances generally make it easier for consumers to make environmentally-friendly choices.
In Save the Earth, players can develop modern green projects and the game helps you to find out the right strategy to avoid climate change. There are five different scenario’s a player can choose from when playing the game: Save the Earth, Seaspiracy, Climate strike, Crying animals and World’s water crisis. When playing for the
Shein launched a greenwashing campaign in August 2021, under the hashtag #SHEINCares. The hashtag stands short for ‘Sheincares for Animals’ and is part of Shein’s campaign to protect and save various species of animals. According to Shein’s website they ‘will be donating US$300,000 to meaningful welfare organizations. Searching for #SHEINcares to join us’ (Shein 2021).
Up Up Hippo was a non-commercial mobile game and self-proclaimed “educational tool in a battle for clean and green Earth”. To play the game you need an empty plastic bottle; crushing it allows the player to control the protagonist of the game. The game was created by Deloitte Digital for PepsiCo Poland and, despite its relevant