The Forest@Risk-focused poster from Resilience Conference is now available online!
At last! The “Navigating Conservation-Development-Disaster Complexities in Social-Ecological Systems Using Role-play Serious Gaming” – a Forest@Risk-focused poster from the last year Resilience Conference in Stockholm, Sweden, was published online.
The poster created by Human and Environment Linkage Program’s Wei Li, Yidan Yang, Nan Chen and our own Piotr Magnuszewski can be found online here.
The Forest@Risk is based on the Forest Game, which was developed in the international project “The Emergence of Adaptive Governance Arrangements for Tropical Forest Ecosystems” funded by National Science Foundation (USA). The application was designed to convey complex theory behind the dilemma of common-pool resources by playing the game. It is based on theoretical framework and experiments connected with this problem and inspired by a 13-year research program at Sichuan Giant Panda Sanctuary World Heritage, a global hotspot region for both biodiversity and disasters (earthquake, landslide and flood) and developed in the project “Sustainable Post-earthquake Community Reconstruction” funded by Cheung Kong Philanthropic Fund (China).