18 October 2013
Life. Risk. Monopoly. Board games such as these can reflect and diffuse frameworks for thinking about life, war, even land use.
But frameworks change with the times, and a board game recently developed by a scientist with the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) seeks to provide an alternative by helping people to understand and manage contemporary problems related to land use and economics.
The Landscape Game, invented by scientist Herry Purnomo, stands in stark contrast to a more familiar game that encompasses those same themes.
Read more from Thomson Reuters here.