www.gogreen-project.eu This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] and all its contents reflect the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. [Project number: 2020-1-CY01-KA202-065983]  Initiate the scenario Ask the “Business owners” group/delegate to initiate the role-play, supporting the business interests.  Actual role-play, simulation activity Invite the rest delegates (i.e., local community representatives and state representatives) to engage in the role-play by the same token.  Presentation by the delegates of their group’s proposals Ask the three groups to present their proposals keeping the same order that they initiated the roleplay, so that they have enough time to better prepare their proposal and argumentation.  Negotiation stage (multiple phases) Allow more rounds if necessary. Delegates (groups) may engage in multiple rounds of negotiations. When the first round has been completed, a concern can be set to participants, to help the transition to the next rounds of negotiations: “Each choice comes with a cost, along with its benefits. Try to consider and express in brief your thoughts about your proposal, regarding its costs or expenditures and the time required to be set in practice.”  Agreement reaching Finalize negotiations by making a decision or establishing a final solution approved by all delegates (groups). Ask the actors to conclude by deciding for 1 of the following three options. Each delegation should opt for: → Acceptance of all final resolutions suggested - total greening of business. - Sound/audio equipment (speaker, microphone, etc.) - Tables and chairs ● Role-play online: - Laptops - Headphones - Compatible hardware devices helps trainees in their decisions delegates, which corresponds to 5 minutes per group. The time remaining (40 minutes at most) may be invested in the discussions and negotiations between the groups.