Climate change?

It’s not game over.


Join us in approaching climate change from a new angle. Comedy!

While climate change is certainly no laughing matter, we think approaching this serious topic with a little levity helps us confront it. Of course, documentaries are the typical method for delivering climate content. But we realize that’s not always what we feel like bingeing on. So, we’re creating a show that still presents real climate change solutions—but in an off-beat, funny mockumentary style! 

“Game On” TV Pilot!

It’s a bit like “Abbott Elementary” meets “The Breakfast Club”

Meet Ivy Hart and her ragtag climate club members. They’re only in middle school and don’t know exactly how the adult world works, but they do know that the world needs to cut climate emissions in half by the time they graduate. And they have everything to gain by breaking a few rules to make that happen.

Game on


July 17-21, 2023

Shoreview & North Oaks

The daily times and location schedules will be sent out during the first week of July.

Calling young actors! We are filming our own climate-driven TV pilot that we will air as a web series. We need a diverse cast and dozens of kids for hallway scenes. All are welcome!

Middle school climate club leader Ivy Hart announces that combatting the climate crisis isn’t “Game Over,” it’s “Game On!” This lighthearted half-hour sit-com tackles the heavy subject of climate change.  Although climate club leader Ivy Hart is only 11 years old, she has more sense and sense of purpose than many adults. She is on a mission to follow the Inter-governmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) recommendations to cut climate-warming emissions in half by 2030—the year she will graduate from high school.

There is no charge for this activity. But donations are welcome to support the project.

Author, advocate, and mom of two Mounds View School District students, Dawn Pape brings close to 30 years of experience in environmental outreach and education to her role as Executive Director of We All Need Food and Water. From being a classroom teacher, to helping schools develop nature areas on school grounds and working at a watershed district, Ms. Pape is passionate about meeting people where they are and building on strengths to move toward a more sustainable, equitable, and loving world. She is proud to have founded the Blue Thumb-Planting for Clean Water® program, educated thousands of children through pollinator puppet shows, and her “Water Heroes” curriculum.