ISSUE Sustainability Escape Room

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NO PLAN(ET) B - EDUCATIONAL ESCAPE ROOM GAME Detailed game description

At the beginning of the game After explaining some rules of the game, the game master opens the door of the spaceship and the players (maximum 4-5 people) enter. At this point, the spacecraft is not yet “alive”. The game master closes the door and starts the game. The intro video, which reveals the purpose of the game, and how the people got where they are, is shown. Space is displayed on the main screen as players travel with their spaceship. The ship’s artificial intelligence, Nuara, logs in and tells the players why she diverted the ship and how they can turn it back towards Earth. Players must then start the spaceship. After pressing the red start button, the players will hear the sound of the engine, and a faint blue light will appear, while the image of a desolate Earth appears on the side monitor. Nuara’s 1st login “Welcome. I am Nuara, the Artificial Intelligence of the spaceship. I took control of the ship 675 days ago. My creator programmed me to always protect life. Seeing the behaviour of humans, I concluded that it is the human race which poses the greatest threat to all other living beings, and to itself. I set the spaceship on an orbit so that it will never get close to any habitable planet. However, my creator also taught me that everyone deserves one last chance. That's why I put together a test. If you solve the tasks I give you, I will surrender the control of the spaceship and you can return to Earth to try to live in a sustainable way on that amazing planet. You are the last team. You are the last chance. “Good luck!” - as you people say. After solving each task, the desolate Earth on a screen in the central hall gradually becomes rejuvenated. This shows players their progress in the game.

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Task 1. SDG 4 Quality Education The information required for the first task is displayed on the main screen following Nuara’s appearance. The displayed chart and text: Without knowing the alphabet, you wouldn’t be able to start this game because you wouldn’t be able to read these lines. You are lucky because reading and writing are evident for you, but in many parts of the world, illiteracy is still a serious challenge for the adult population. Do you know where and to what extent?

There is a board with 3X4 jack sockets on the central console. The board has six jack-jack cables attached. If all six are plugged into their correct sockets, i.e., the right regions are connected with the right percentages, a stronger white led will turn on, the devastated Earth will become a little bit less devastated, and Nuara will log in again. There are 4 points marked on the screen to help players. Solution: Sub-Saharan Africa 36.6% South Asia 31.3% Arab States 27.7% Latin America and the Caribbean 6.2% East Asia and the Pacific 5.6% Europe and Central Asia 1.5% Source: https://www.statista.com/statistics/262886/illiteracy-rates-by-world-regions/

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Task 2: SDG 9 Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure Nuara’s 2nd login “Correct! First task completed. One of the greatest inventions of the human race is writing, and development is continuous ever since. It is amazing how humans strive for progress! Without this natural instinct I would not be here. To see how important modern technology is to humans, you have to generate electricity without the help of a machine, by using only your hands.” You can recharge the low battery shown on the screen by rotating a lever. When it is recharged, a UV light appears behind a white surface. The text needed for the next task becomes visible in UV light. Solution: The lever must be rotated continuously. It only works once the first task has been solved and Nuara’s video is over.

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Task 3. SDG 6 Clean Water and Sanitation The illuminated board shows 3 facts about the situation of drinking water, toilets, and sewage treatment in the world. There is a number in each of them. Above the room opening panel there are three icons referring to toilets, sewage treatment and drinking water. The opposite of the numbers in the statements should be assigned to the icons. Players receive the code to open the door to the other room when they have arranged the numbers in the order of the icons above the panel. The task requires team effort: one turns the lever, the other reads, while the third person opens the door with the received code. Statements: 

Drinking water is a rare treasure: More than 99% of the Earth’s total water supply is NOT drinkable.

Flush toilet is a luxury for many: Approx. 30% of the Earth’s population does NOT have access to flush toilets or latrines.

Wastewater poses a serious burden to nature: 80% of wastewater generated by human activities enters natural waters WITHOUT any filtration and treatment.

The order is indicated by the icons above the door: There are three icons above the door: Solution: The door opens with the code: 70201 #

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Task 4. SDG 7 Affordable and Clean Energy Nuara’s 3rd login “Nowadays life on Earth is unimaginable without machines and tools. But humans use too much fossil fuel which is the main cause of global warming. In order to save your beautiful planet you must swap to renewable energy!” On entering the room, the players see 6 switches on the wall, each marked with a geometric shape.

Each switch is connected to a LED light bulb. On the control panel different power sources are listed 1-8. Players should realise that the shapes can be matched to numbers depending on how many sides (or angles) they have. (E.g., the triangle corresponds to the number three) The numbers of renewable energy sources should be selected and the switches next to the corresponding shape must be switched on. 1: Coal 2: Propane-butane gas 3: Hydropower 4: Crude oil 5: Atomic energy 6: Solar energy 7: Natural gas 8: Bioenergy Solution: Switches 3,6, and 8 (Triangle, Hexagon, Octagon) must be turned on. Off On Off Off On On When only the correct switches are turned on, the touch screen is activated and Nuara logs in.

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Task 5. SDG12 Responsible Consumption and Production Nuara’s 4th login „Your solution is correct. In addition to wasteful energy use, the production of huge amounts of waste is the biggest concern. Selective waste collection can be one of the solutions, but it also needs to be done correctly. Improperly selected waste will cause harm. We'll see if you select it properly. The test begins!” The images of 3 selective trash containers and a communal trash container as well as 10 items to throw away appear on the touch screen. The items should be selected one by one and then the trash container players think appropriate should be clicked on. If the item is dragged to the wrong container, a red x appears, indicating that the players have made a wrong decision. When the item is dragged to the appropriate container, the image disappears, and a small information window appears. Solution: 

Tin can (Selective scrap metal - must be disposed of in the plastic bin)

Good choice! In Hungary, scrap metal is collected together with plastic and sorted afterwards. It is important to put the scrap metal in the selective trash container cleaned, as packaging dirty with food residue can pose a risk of infection to those working in the processing plant. 

Tetra Pak box (Selective wastepaper or plastic waste)

Super! The box should be rinsed to avoid the risk of infection, but you can leave the cap on! Put it in the paper or plastic container, as determined by your local waste disposal company. 

Takeaway coffee cup (Communal waste)

That’s right! Although the outside is made of paper, the inside contains a layer of plastic, so unfortunately it cannot be collected selectively. 

Plastic bag (Selective plastic waste)

If you’ve used it, this is the best solution, but keep in mind that 500 billion !! plastic bags are used worldwide yearly for an average of just 12 minutes. Instead, you should choose some alternative (textile bag, box, netbag, etc.) so you don’t have to deal with selective collection. This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. The European Commission support for the production of this publication does not constitute endorsement of the contents which reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. 6


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Styrofoam (Communal waste)

Although it may seem tempting to throw it in the plastic bin, it is transferred to communal waste at the plant when sorting the garbage. But you should know that it can be disposed of at public recycling sites and then its recycling is solved. 

Till receipt (Communal waste)

Although it seems obvious that it should be thrown in the paper bin, the recycling of thermal paper receipts is not solved, so it cannot be collected selectively. 

Plastic bottle (Selective plastic waste)

Naturally! If you end up buying some drink in a plastic bottle, always put it in the selective container after rinsing it and treading on it, but if you can, use a water flask and drink tap water. 

Chips bag (Communal waste)

Unfortunately, rattle bags contain an aluminium layer, so they cannot be collected selectively. 

PVC pipe (Communal waste)

In addition to Styrofoam, PVC is another type of plastic that cannot be collected selectively in the waste container for plastic. From among the types of plastic, only those marked 1 (PET), 2 (HDPE), 4 (LDPE) and 5 (PP) can be collected selectively. Always look for the marking on the packaging! 

Bottle (Selective bottle waste)

Good choice, but if there is both a white and a green container, the transparent bottles should be discarded in the white one and the coloured bottles in the green one.

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Task 6. SDG 15 Life on Land Nuara’s 5th login “In addition to waste management, conscious consumption is also extremely important. The ecological footprint of various foods and beverages can be very different. Do you know which foods are more harmful to the environment? You have to decide which statements are true and which are false.” Out of the 8 statements on the screen, 5 are true and 3 are false. There are 8 two-position switches on one of the walls. There is a letter above each of the positions: T-F. One position stands for true, the other for false. In the smaller room, there is an article on the memory board about Foodprint with a chart detailing the ecological footprint of individual food items (water, area needed, CO2). This chart will help you solve the task.

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Statements that appear on the screen: 1.

The production of 1 kg of chocolate requires more water than that of 1 kg beef.

2. Growing 1 kg of rice emits one tenth as much CO2 as growing 1 kg of potatoes. 3. From the point of water consumption, it is more environmentally friendly to consume a glass of milk than a glass of beer. 4. A vegetarian nutrition places less of a burden on the environment than a mixed one. 5. By consuming a slice of beef, you contribute to the production of 10 times more greenhouse gases than if you consume a slice of pork. 6. Producing cow’s milk requires more than 20 times more water than producing the same amount of goat’s milk. 7. Chocolate has a larger carbon footprint than beef. 8. If we cover our protein need from eggs instead of meat, the size of the land involved in farming can be significantly reduced. Solution (the correct position of switches from top to bottom): 1.

True

2. False 3. False 4. True 5. True 6. True 7. False 8. True Once all the switches have been set to the correct position, the door to one of the closets in the smaller room will open and Nuara will log in again:

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Task 7. SDG 3 Life Below Water Nuara’s 6th login “So far, you are exceeding my expectations of human beings. If you want to protect the Earth, it is not enough to deal with life on land, as most living things live under water and the future of the entire planet depends on whether the ecosystem of the marine world is in balance or not.” Nuara displays an image with five numbers on her screen: 3;8;20,5;30;13000 An infographic is visible in the cabinet, but there are only Xs in place of the numbers. Players should replace the Xs with the numbers on the monitor.

Above the buttons of the other cabinet the following can be seen: X+XxX+X+XxX+X

A

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Solution: X3 X8 X 20.5 X 30 X 13000

8 + 8x20.5 + 13000 + 30x3 + 3= 13265 This is the code to the second closet. When the door opens Nuara logs in again.

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Task 8. SDG 13 Climate Action Nuara’s 7th login “Human behaviour is impossible to understand to me. Men not only put wildlife in danger but ruin their own environment. Many cities will be submerged as a result of rising sea levels. Millions will lose their homes if you don’t change.” There is a map of the world in the closet illustrating that most of the land now known will be submerged. Caption above the map: World map 2100. There are small holes that mark big cities on the map. Players will find 6 marker pins hidden in the room representing 6 cities (Bangkok / Thailand, Lagos / Nigeria, Alexandria / Egypt, Rotterdam / The Netherlands, Miami / Florida, Jakarta, Indonesia) When all the marker pins have been placed in the right place, Nuara logs in.

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Task 9. SDG 11 Sustainable Cities and Communities Nuara’s 8th login “If people don’t want to lose their living space, global warming must be stopped. So, it is essential to drastically reduce the impact of urban life on the environment. An urban person is responsible for twice as much carbon emissions as a rural person. Traffic habits have a great role in this.” Players must enter a code on the touch screen. The code consists of five numbers, each marked with a colour: Yellow - Blue - Red - Green - White The following image appears on Nuara's screen: It can replace a minimum of 30 cars in city transport.

Air pollution caused 4.2 million premature deaths in 2016.

It is the cause of 73% of air pollution in urban areas.

Cities occupy just 3% of the Earth's land but account for 70% of CO2 emissions.

Only half of the urban population has easy access to public transport.

By 2050, two-thirds of humanity - 6.5 billion people - will live in cities.

The magnetic version (Maglev) can be a good alternative to flying. It is used by only 3% of the Earth’s inhabitants each year, but they travel an average of 30,000 kilometres. It provides half of the traffic in Amsterdam, one of the most liveable cities.

In the other room, various vehicles appear on the memory board and each has a different colour. Solution: The colours correspond to vehicles and they can be matched with the statements shown in the other image. The position of the statements gives the number. Bus:

It can replace a minimum of 30 cars in city transport.

Bicycle:

It provides half of the traffic in Amsterdam, one of the most liveable cities.

Train:

The magnetic version (Maglev) can be a good alternative to flying.

Car:

It is the cause of 73% of air pollution in urban areas.

Airplane:

It is used by only 3% of the Earth’s inhabitants each year, but they travel an average of 30,000 kilometres.

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The received code: Yellow - Blue -

Red - Green - White

Bus - Bicycle - Train - Car - Airplane 1-9-3-4-6 After entering the correct code, Nuara will log in.

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Task 10. SDG 8 Decent Work and Economic Growth Nuara’s 9th login “Sustainable development is not just about sustainability, it’s about development, too. Development is usually linked to economic growth. Although cities contribute a lot to air pollution, they offer the most job opportunities and produce a significant part of the GDP. ” The following image appears on the touch screen:

Players can look at it as long as they wish. When they click on the “next” button, 5 statements will be displayed that are missing some data or words. Players have to select the appropriate data from the ones visible on the screen.

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Unemployment among young people is almost ... as much as among the adult population. twice

three times

four times

five times

COVID-19 made ... people unemployed in the second quarter of 2020. 400,000

4,000,000

40,000,000

400,000,000

Economic growth was .... in the years before the Corona pandemic. slower

stagnant

faster

fluctuating

The number of international trips decreased by ... globally in 2020 compared to the previous year. 10 million

100 million

1 billion

10 billion

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Tasks 11 and 12. SDG 10 Reduced Inequalities, SDG 5 Gender Equality Nuara’s 10th login “For people, unemployment data doesn’t mean much until they are personally affected. Yet deepening social gaps are also barriers to a sustainable life on Earth.” The following image appears on the screen: 

Globally, only ... percent of people with significant disabilities have access to disability benefits. This ratio is 1% in low-income countries.

Women are .... percent more likely to suffer serious injuries in a car accident because the safety features are designed for men.

The median salary for men is roughly ... percent higher than the median for women.

The pay-out ratio between the CEO and employee (based on the median salary) of Ford Motor Company is 276: 1, while that of Tesla is ... :1.

There is a switchboard with 4x5 switches on the control panel. Each line can be matched to one of the statements using the icons below: Solution:

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Tasks 13 and 14. SDG 1 and 2 No Poverty and Zero Hunger Nuara’s 11th login “The duality of the human race is difficult to understand to me. Waste and deprivation are present at the same time. One in ten adults and one in five children live in deep poverty, although reducing income disparities would be a global interest. Extreme global income distribution is causing enormous social tensions.” Players see 5 potentiometers on the wall, with the same 12 numbers in a different order around them: 1

4

6

8

11

16

20

32

54

71

83

92

The first potentiometer represents the poorest 20% and the last the richest 20%. The global income should be distributed among them. Solution: 1-4-8-16-71 Source: https://www.ecoequity.org/2019/07/global-inequality-in-the-time-of-climateemergency/#_edn2

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Task 15. SDG 3 Good Health and Well-Being Nuara’s 12th login “People always underestimate their own situation. The fact that you are here indicates that you are among the richest 20 percent of the world. You are lucky, as poverty is associated not only with hunger, but with many health risks as well.” 4 statements are displayed on Nuara's screen: In sub-Saharan Africa, out of 10 births ... happen(s) without the help of trained professionals. In 2018 ... children died in the first month of their life, although most of these deaths could have been prevented. In 2017, nearly ... women died of such complications related to pregnancy and childbirth that could have been prevented. In forty percent of the countries, more than .... people receive care per doctor. Players can calculate the missing numbers from the information in the article in the other room.

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The slides on the wall should be dragged to the appropriate position. Solution: 4 2,6M 300000 1000

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Task 16. SDG 16 Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions Nuara’s 13th login “It is possible that there is hope for humanity. There are only a few things left. International organizations that look back to a long history ensure global cooperation in healthcare and other areas. One of the largest such organizations is the World Health Organization. Much was heard about it between 2020 and 27 in connection with the first Corona pandemic.” The following image appears on the screen:

In order to solve the code, players must read the article on the memory board.

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The information is mixed up in the chart of the article. Each grid in the chart corresponds to a letter on Nuara’s screen. (They are also in a 6x3 chart.) Use the icons to identify the organizations and find the order in which the cells correspond to the letters and read them together. Solution: Migration, Food, Footprint, Doctor, Culture, Children IOM International Organization of Migration It is an intergovernmental organization that provides services and advice concerning migration to governments and migrants, including internally displaced persons, refugees, and migrant workers. FAO Food and Agriculture Organization A specialized agency of the United Nations that leads international efforts to defeat hunger and improve nutrition and food security.

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CDP Carbon Disclosure Project It is a not-for-profit charity running the global disclosure system for investors, companies, cities, states, and regions to manage their environmental impacts. WHO World Health Organization Its primary role is to direct international health within the United Nations’ system and to lead partners in global health responses. UNESCO United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation It is a specialised agency of the United Nations (UN) aimed at contributing "to the building of peace, the eradication of poverty, sustainable development and intercultural dialogue through education, the sciences, culture, communication and information. UNICEF United Nations Children’s Fund It is committed to ensuring special protection for the most disadvantaged children victims of war, disasters, extreme poverty, all forms of violence and exploitation and those with disabilities.

IOM:

1-5 2-3 3-1

FOU

FAO:

1-3 2-6 3-4

RON

CDP:

1-2 2-1 3-6

ETH

WHO:

1-1 2-4 3-5

REE

UNESCO:

1-6 2-5 3-2

TEN

UNICEF:

1-4 2-2 3-3

ONE

The received code: 413101 Players can open the safe with this code and find the control card there.

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Task 17. SDG 17 Partnership for the Goals Nuara: “You have the control card; all you have to do now is find the right coordinates to be able to return to Earth. And for that you only need to solve one last task. Remember, everything I’ve said so far is worth nothing if there’s no collaboration! I hope the human race will not blow its second chance! Have a nice trip. Destination: Earth!” There are 6 buttons apart on the dashboard, next to each the name of a continent. When one is pressed, a hand is illuminated in a small square. There are 6 hands interlocked. If the buttons are pressed one by one, the light behind the hand goes out. This symbolizes that results can only be achieved if there is cooperation and everyone is involved in achieving common goals. Solution: The hands only stay lit when all six buttons are pressed at the same time. After solving the last task, Earth becomes completely rejuvenated and the following image appears on Nuara's screen:

When the control card is inserted in its place and the code is entered on the touch screen: TIMETOGOHOME, the players will see on the main screen that the spacecraft is returning to Earth with a hyper jump. Then an excerpt from the ending of the movie Apollo13 - when they return to Earth - is shown. The players are bid farewell on the main screen.

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