Sustainable Cities and Serious Games


Sustainable Cities and Serious Games

29 January 2018

Willem van Deursen of Carthago Consulting presented how serious gaming and management simulations can be an effective methodology to help solve the complex problems today's cities are faced with. A serious game is a virtual world in which actors take policy decisions related to urban development.

Program and Learning Materials: 
Date Session / Activity Presentation Material Speaker(s)
29 Jan 2018 Presentation Water Patterns of Urban Sustainability
The inclusion of urban dynamics in the analysis of city resilience is vital to prevent the occurrence of drowning cities, strike a balance between resources...
Willem van Deursen


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