Community voices and quest log

This is a place for your voice! If you want to publish a post here, message me at [email protected]

If you have a question then head to our reddit community. There we aim to build and be a community that is open to all of the different voices in gaming to amplify our voices with the goal of not just a sustainable gaming culture, but one that is beneficial to the planet and people.

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Update: Podcast “one heart left” has started!

Since launching I thought a lot about how I can keep growing the conversation about video games and climate change / sustainability and I've decided to create a podcast. I'm hoping to release at least 3 per month. We'll see how that goes 😉 I'm sure there will be many interesting conversations and lot's to learn and I'm excited about that. Some of my initial campaign ideas (open letter) will simply have to wait until the discussion is large enough - maybe it's not the right approach anyway. I will continue to work on...

How much does gaming effect our environment?

Disclaimer: I'm not a scientist and this post is work in progress. Redhearts.org is about to launch and I sort of forgot to make a post about the numbers. The thing is: I don't care that much about the exact numbers. I'm focused on improving the situation to the point where gaming is beneficial to our planet and people. Because gaming is almost entirely digital, the industry should be able to transform much quicker than more traditional industries. There is no reason, why gaming should not be at the forefront of sustainability efforts. It's simply a matter...

How do we do this best & what are the next steps?

Redhearts.org has launched and everyone is invited to help lay the foundations. The best place to do that is in our community subreddit. Please inform yourself and others. Please read the about page too! If you don’t like what you see there – stop reading now. It will save you the embarrassment of being ignored by those who care and choose to act. Redhearts.org is about coming together to be part of the solution in the global climate crisis. It is not about pointing out how individuals are imperfect in being part of the solution. There will...

Let’s talk about sustainability and how video games can be part of the solution to the climate crisis.

Games and people that love and make games can be part of the solution to the climate crisis if we harness the power of our shared passion to bring us together. We need a permanent space where we can discuss, brainstorm, engage with each other and exchange ideas and information. Redhearts.org is a platform for and by the video game community to do that and more. The four building blocks of Redhearts.org Provide a frame and place for this important discussion where we can learn and inspire each otherCreate guides...

Redhearts.org website is work in progress

Contact: [email protected] Edit 6. January, 2020: If you want to know what was going through my head during the inception of Redhearts.org and "what's in the DNA" of Redhearts.org then here are a few lists. I'll also make a YouTube Playlist with videos I recommend (soon). Books: Rocking the boat - How to effect change without making trouble by Debra E. MeyersonThe State of Play: Sixteen Voices of Video Games by Linus Larsson and Daniel Goldberg. Featuring: Ian Bogost, Leigh Alexander, Zoe Quinn, Anita Sarkeesian and Katherine Cross,...