UN-facilitated Playing for the Planet Alliance impact report published


UN-facilitated Playing for the Planet Alliance impact report was published today in Brussels during the European Parliament event, Virtual Worlds: How video games are helping shape Europe’s digital future.

We’re proud to be a part of the Playing for the Planet Alliance. While there’s a long way to go, we are energised by the collective action the games industry is taking to reduce its carbon footprint and more. Read more about the breakthrough year for game studios' sustainability efforts.

Video Games Europe has been Associate Member of the United Nations-facilitated Playing for the Planet Alliance since 2021. Learn more about our climate commitment on our dedicated page.


Heidi Lambert, Video Games Europe Press
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