Explore, negotiate, fail, learn and evolve - shape the future of a forest landscape
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Strategies and drivers of change in a Forest Landscape
The MineSet game allows gamers playing the roles of CEOs of logging or mining companies to explore the environmental, economic and social impacts of their decisions.
The game features all the major underlying drivers of land use change in the tropics: demographics, economical and finance signals, governance and transparency, technological changes, and cultural differences.
As the game unfolds, the players discover the complexity of the system, and can devise new rules and strategies to balance development and conservation.
How We Are Using It
We have used MineSet to support a negotiation process with FSC in the Congo Basin around Intact Forest Landscapes (IFLs) and to facilitate an inclusive Landscape dialogue about forest landscape management in Gabon.
Selected partners who have played MineSet
You can find here scientific publications, articles, videos and blogs about our approach, our methods and our projects.