A series of interactive workshops involving online games that seek to engage the public on how societies can reach a consensus on tackling climate change and sharing resources.
This event will consist of a series of online games designed to raise awareness on the issues of collaboration, fairness, and democratic participation in the context of environmental management and natural resources. Attendees will have the opportunity to play games by themselves or with university staff, who will provide guidance on the games’ mechanics and features. In-person attendees will have the opportunity to play on laptops and projectors, with the chance to have discussions with non-playing attendees, and online attendees will have the opportunity to play online, watch livestreams and discuss with players and staff via an online Q&A session. Demo versions of the games will also be available for personal download.
Joerg Fliege, Professor of Mathematics at the University of Southampton
Open to All
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