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
Playing the Lords of the Valley
It was the 13th of April in the afternoon. A group of friends and their children gathered in a large hall to talk about… What was actually the topic of the conversation? They wanted to discuss a generation gap and the possibility of establishing an
Why Nexus Game is much more than a play activity
The purpose of learning is to acquire knowledge - educational games can act as a supporting tool to make learning process easier and more entertaining. The same goes for role-play simulations such as the newly created Nexus Game by CRS.
How to Save the Environment by Letting Kids Destroy It: The power of video games put towards the political problem of climate change.
This year’s Earth Day has given us a chance to reflect how the environment is more threatened than it has ever been. Worst of all, this is all occurring with indisputable evidence of the causes, dangers, and solutions to climate change readily