Navigating disaster risks from unexpected nutrient and pollution emissions in the Baltic Sea Region
The Serious Game System (SGS) serves as a collaborative and exploratory space to support a diverse group of stakeholders with the identification, selection and implementation of ecotechnologies that can both reduce nutrient emissions to the Baltic Sea and reconcile interconnected challenges. The SGS will also enable a co-inquiry into the risks and challenges growing out of the uncertainties and controversies connected to the Baltic Sea region’s marine and terrestrial environments.
The Swedish International Centre of Education for Sustainable Development (SWEDESD), Uppsala University has organised this workshop to playtest and co-develop some of the aspects of the Serious Game System in the format of a board game.
This interactive session will explore how different constellations of ecotechnologies perform in relation to disaster risks and threats facing the Baltic Sea region. The insights emerging from this workshop will support the development of a participatory monitoring and evaluation module within the SGS.
Attendance is by invitation only. Contact the representatives below by 2nd October 2019 if you wish to participate.
Professor, Department of Game Design, Uppsala University.