Urgent Evoke

A crash course in changing the world.

June 2011 Blog Posts (217)

my summary

I really enjoyed playing this game. I learned a lot about the different social problems and aspects from all over the world and I think I came up with a few creative solu-tions to a few urgent social problems. Altogether I’m surprised how good this season 1 worked. It should not be forgotten that this was the first season and the site is al-ready in one’s infancy. For Season 2 you should make more advertising for Evoke and I think season 2 will be more successful than season 1.

I hope in… Continue

Added by Sebastian Pawlik on June 10, 2011 at 10:31pm — No Comments

A Meal from the Future

In the year 2020, it is hard to imagine what life will be like. At the current rate we are going, our negative deficit will outweigh the positive. As far as technology goes, it is expanding at a constant rate so we will definitely have more access to technology in 9 years. I feel that in 2020, I will be on my own with my own family eating in my house. I feel like I will be eating some genetically modified, GMO ridden food that hasn’t been properly tested. I will stare… Continue

Added by Lucas Chabot on June 10, 2011 at 4:23am — 1 Comment

Aiding in my Community, and Eventually Global Agriculture.

Over this past week, I become extremely attached to this weeks mission of food sustainability and food security. I am already actively aware of these issues at the international and global level, and it is not always easy to take action from such a vast standpoint. So, this mission gave me a chance to make an impact at the microcosmic level. If everyone in the world impacted someone everyday by either donating money, donating food and helping… Continue

Added by Lucas Chabot on June 10, 2011 at 3:49am — 1 Comment

Food Security in Hamilton

I live in Hamilton, Ontario Canada. Homelessness is among many social issues that our city, let alone province faces as we are one of the most poverty ridden cities in southern Ontario. Aside from homelessness, many families are on welfare, and LICO just to support their families. Due to social, environmental, economic and other factors, our food system is changing. Globally, food is becoming more expensive. The food riots around the world in response to the severe price spikes nearly three… Continue

Added by Lucas Chabot on June 10, 2011 at 3:30am — 1 Comment

Food Security: IMAGINE

Dear Kids of the Past, August 24, 2020

My name is Rachel Hamilton and I am 27 years old. I want you guys to realize that you are the future. When I was your age I didn’t know a thing about politics, global warming, world hunger, etc. You need to educate yourselves before it’s too late. When I was 18 the world was beginning to face the serious outcomes of global warming and now, 9 years later, we’re suffering for it.

The soil of our Earth needs to be taken care of. When I was 18… Continue

Added by Rachel Hamilton on June 9, 2011 at 11:15pm — 1 Comment

Food Security: ACT

My neighbour is a 92 year old woman, and her children are all grown with families of their own. They try and make it over to her once every other week with groceries and I know that those are all the groceries she gets because she can’t drive herself to the store. Our backyards are only seperated by a small fence, and when I was younger she would always let me come in and pick berries from her fruit/vegetable gardens. For the past few years she hasn’t been able to use her gardens because… Continue

Added by Rachel Hamilton on June 9, 2011 at 10:25pm — No Comments

EVOKE: Food Security: LEARN

I am from Hamilton, Ontario, Canada- which is just South of Toronto. Originally when researching food insecurities in my local area I began the search broadly with Ontario before I realized that there are many instances of homelessness and hunger right in my city. Hamilton is home to one of Canada's poorest neighbourhoods: The Beasley Neighbourhood. It has an average per capita annual income of only $6,226. There are many community centres in Beasley to help out those in need. Soup kitchens,… Continue

Added by Rachel Hamilton on June 9, 2011 at 9:47pm — No Comments

resilience plan

Our village has a very little resilience plan, although here already were two overflows in consequence of to much rain. We only habe two new retention basin. New bigger water pipes are in planing phase.

Added by Sebastian Pawlik on June 9, 2011 at 3:49pm — No Comments

Mutual aid

Last weekend i helped my neighbour with his garden. He is an old guy and i think he was very happy about a little help.

Added by Sebastian Pawlik on June 9, 2011 at 3:42pm — No Comments


I would try to reach the people who have large inventories of food. E.g. supermarket manager. These need to be informed about intelligent food rationing.

Added by Sebastian Pawlik on June 9, 2011 at 3:34pm — No Comments

the past

My wisdom would be, to tell how it was in the past, so the people do not forget as it once was. Don't forget the past. I think it is important!

Added by Sebastian Pawlik on June 9, 2011 at 3:15pm — No Comments

Learn 10

1. Einleitung

Urgent Evoke ist ein Spiel basierend auf der Idee der Sozialen Netzwerke. Das Ziel von Urgent Evoke ist es sich eingehend mit bestimmten sozialen Problemen auseinanderzusetzen und Lösungen für diese zu finden. Teilnehmer sollen andere Teilnehmer mit ihren Ideen inspirieren, diese bewerten und eigene Erfahrungen sammeln, um einen WIN-WIN-WIN-Effekt für sich, seine Mitspieler und die Gesellschaft zu generieren. Zehn unterschiedliche Missionen beleuchten Aspekte wie Armut,… Continue

Added by Sven Schmittbuettner on June 9, 2011 at 12:30pm — No Comments

Where I'll Be in 10 Years

In 2021 I plan to have graduated from Guelph University vetrinary medicine program. The previous year I will have joined Vets Without Borders, and travelled around South Africa, Belize and other destinations for the year. I will hopefully be working full-time (after I get home from Vets Without Borders) at a practice nearby my house in the country in Ancaster. I will be a large animal and small animal vet, doing small animals for half of the week and large animals for the other half. My country… Continue

Added by Bailey Kleefstra on June 9, 2011 at 3:16am — No Comments

Hero Post

I chose to follow Paula Kahumbu on twitter. I also sent her a twitter message saying "@paulakahumbu I really appreciate what you do for wildlife around the world! I am a member of the evoke game as well as a big animal lover!".The reason I decided to pick her as my hero was because she is trying to make a difference with saving wildlife and the habitats of different wildlife. Animals and the environment are very important to me. Anyone who tries to help animals or the environment is someone I… Continue

Added by Bailey Kleefstra on June 9, 2011 at 2:44am — No Comments

Favourite Secret Blog

5.Problems are not always obvious from afar (You really have to live for a while in a society where no one has currency larger than a $1 bill to understand the importance of money via mobile phones.)

The quote above was my favourite secret because it is generally true and applies to more than just the aspect of money. People are constantly taking what they have forgranted. In Canada, most people are fortunate enough to have clean water, and a plentiful amount of food. In comparison to… Continue

Added by Bailey Kleefstra on June 8, 2011 at 8:46pm — No Comments


There a new bank in town called The Money Tree Banking located in Washington. Richest man in the world and owner of Money Tree Banking, Tom Edwards, Tells us how he has nothing better to do with his money so his giving it away to people that need it. edwards also said that it'll help boost up the economy.

Added by Sergio Tafolla on June 8, 2011 at 6:06pm — No Comments


Instead of using money that is incredibly hard to come by in this hard economic time we as humans at times need to use other alternative forms of money. For example, the other day I needed a new pair of grappling shorts for my upcoming tournament. However, I didn't have the forty dollars that the shorts cost, so I came up with a new agreement. I agreed with the owner of my gym that I would wash and clean the mats and the bathroom for a week straight in exchange for the pair of shorts. This… Continue

Added by Sergio Tafolla on June 8, 2011 at 6:03pm — No Comments


I think microsavings and the creation of Mahila Milan is a brillant idea to help the citizens of Mumbai figure out how to amass some wealth to help better their lives. I also think that a barter system would be extremely beneficial. It would ensure that people receive their goods not only immediately but they also will use these items for every day use. With paper currency you can save it, but is it really doing anything useful just sitting under your mattress or in a coffee can?

Added by Sergio Tafolla on June 8, 2011 at 6:01pm — No Comments


The event is in the middle of Copenhagen, and there will be music, a skatepark, different kind of food, contests, and last but not least plenty of free water!
But in the middle of the event, someone will turn of all "water activity" so no one can go to the toilet, and all the music will stop, because a lot of the electricty runs on water.
Then everybody will know how serious a problem it is!

Added by Sergio Tafolla on June 8, 2011 at 6:00pm — No Comments

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World 2.0


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