Protecting natural capital, Interview with Henry Borrebach
When we think of “capital” we often associate it with money or with physical goods. But the capital has a much wider meaning - it may be human, social or natural. It’s natural capital that is the most important for the Natural Capital Project, a
Is climate change really such a remote problem?
While the overall awareness of climate change is growing, most of us realise that it affects global population dramatically, bringing about hurricanes, droughts or floods. Yet, paradoxically, a lot of people chose to ignore the elephant in the room.
Best Festival Ever, interview with Nikki Kennedy
Best Festival Ever: How To Manage a Disaster was quite a unique mix of performance, science and serious gaming. With players working together to plan and manage a music festival, the BFE became an engaging experience for all participants.
Games and groundwater governance
Growing and selling cash crops enables many communities around the world to develop. Unfortunately, many of these crops not only yield high profits but also consume large amounts of water. This means that groundwater management becomes more and more