Viable metaphors: the art of participatory modelling for communicating sustainability science
Overexploitation is at the centre of an accelerating trajectory that is undermining the long-term ability of our planet to sustain human life. Therefore, the future of humans does not rely on generating new knowledge, but rather on integrating, disseminating and implementing knowledge we already have. Models are one tool for this: by synthesising and representing what we know, models can be useful in answering questions about what should be done. One approach is to create a game in conjunction...[Show more]
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