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Flow Games for Earth Day 

A global event  |  22 April 2023
acting on behalf of people and planet

Today’s environmental movement began with the first Earth Day in 1970. It came as a result of a massive oil spill in California and galvanised thousands of American students to protest, resulting in the first governmental actions for clean air and water. In 1990 the movement went global, paving the way for the first Earth Summit in Rio.

Today, Earth Day is widely recognised as the largest secular observance in the world, marked by more than a billion people every year as a day of action to change human behavior and create global, national and local policy changes.

Learn a little more about the birth of the modern environmental movement in Australia.

If you feel inspired and called to act on behalf of people and planet - join with others and play the Flow Game. The Flow Game is a powerful tool for creating an interactive reflection, dialogue and action space for groups, teams and individuals - a way to find clarity together

The overall enquiry question for these games is


How am I inspired and called to act on behalf of people and planet?


You are invited to formulate your own question to make your exploration most relevant to yourself.

You will be hosted by trained Flow Game hosts - Mel, Nick and Jan from Campfire Coop.

The process is simple.

  1. Find a game in a place and time that suits you - see the list below. 

  2. Sign up. We are offering these games for free. Each game will have a maximum of 6 players

  3. You will be contacted by your Flow Game host to confirm the details of the game.

  4. Show up on the day of the game and enjoy the company and wisdom council of others, and your new found clarity and inspiration for acting on behalf of people and planet.

  5. If you are unable to join one of our games, you will find many more being offered online and all over the world. Click on the button to learn more

Campfire Flow Games

Bomaderry, NSW

Host: Mel Geltch 

Saturday 22 April 1pm-4.30pm AEST

Dalmeny, NSW

Host: Mel Geltch 

Sunday 23 April 1pm-4.30pm AEST

Mitchelton, QLD

Hosts: Nick Takavadii & Jan Elston 

Sunday 23 April  2pm-5pm AEST

Brisbane Business Hub, QLD

Hosts: Nick Takavadii & Jan Elston
Wednesday 26 April 1pm-4pm AEST

Braidwood, NSW

Host: Mel Geltch 

Wednesday 3 May 9.30am-1.30pm AEST

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