We invite you to explore the different games that we offer.
We are looking forward to discuss with you how they can be applied to your context and needs.
Generic Trade-Off Game
“This game made me experience first-hand the frustration of being a farmer struggling for survival. I was completely immersed in it, trying my best to find the win-win strategy for my family and for the landscape”
– Participant, IARU Borderland Summer School, Chiang Mai (Thailand), 2018
Palm Oil Supply Chain Game
“While recognizing that oil palm ventures have risks, gamers in the role-playing workshop also identified winning strategies, noting the value of information, trust and collective action among peers (i.e. in horizontal alliances). They also saw that it was possible to build links with other groups of stakeholders (i.e. vertical alliances), and that they could begin to develop effective joint management of the entire supply chain”
– Tropenbos International, Green Livelihood Alliance, Uganda, 2018
(Forest) Landscape Game
“Thanks to Claude Garcia and MineSet, the High Conservation Values-Regional Working Group (HCV-RWG) set by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Congo Basin Programme reached a consensus in April 2018, regarding the way of management of Intact Forest Landscapes in Congo Basin forests”
– Mathieu Auger-Schwartzenberg, Forest Stewardship Council, 2018
Community Land use Game
“The game has awakened something in the back of our minds, because it’s a reflection of what’s going on in the village. Once we have put ourselves in the context of the village, we see that this is not about finding an agreement “just in the board game”, but about life in the village.”
– Participant, Institutional Workshop in Conakry/Guinea, 2022
Soy supply chain game
“This game is great to use with downstream users, hence consumers and retailers, to learn about the complex interactions in the soy market.
– Participant from WWF Brazil, 2018
People Fixing the World – BBC World Service Podcast
Cohabitation between local communities and chimpanzees in Guinea
TED X Zürich: Using games to resolve environmental conflicts
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