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March 20181 www.gwpmed.org
The Integrated Urban Water
Management (IUWM)
Serious Game
Nassia Kassela
Programme Officer, GWP...
March 20182 www.gwpmed.org
PARTNERS:
COLLABORATORS:
DURATION: 2016 – 2018
BUDGET: 1.2 million USD (Coca-Cola Foundation Gr...
March 20183 www.gwpmed.org
OUR VISION: A water secure world
OUR MISSION: to advance governance and management of water
res...
March 20184 www.gwpmed.org
4 project pillars
Multi-
stakeholder
Partnership
Innovative
Technical
Application
Awareness
Rai...
March 20185 www.gwpmed.org
The game serves as a tool for capacity building workshops & engagement of
authorities & key sta...
March 20186 www.gwpmed.org
Why a Serious Game?
Source: How The Brain Learns (Dr. David A. Sousa) Source: Mihaly Csikszentm...
March 20187 www.gwpmed.org
 Train key stakeholders on Integrated Urban Water Management
 Present contemporary water mana...
March 20188 www.gwpmed.org
Urban Planning: Integrated
Water Resources
Management
Goals: quality
of life and
environmental
...
March 20189 www.gwpmed.org
Urban Planning: Integrated
Water Resources
Management
Goals: quality
of life and
environmental
...
March 201810 www.gwpmed.org
1. Ensure sufficient water resources for all water users
(Potable) water supply – Economic act...
March 201811 www.gwpmed.org
Create a “real” & “fictional” city
Play Areas
Water Pillars
& Dam
Weather
Reports
Civil Societ...
March 201812 www.gwpmed.org
 Four players representing important stakeholders of the city
 Municipality, Regional author...
March 201813 www.gwpmed.org
Let’s supply an introduction… to Play & Learn!
Introductory
presentations
Game play
March 201814 www.gwpmed.org
What is the result?
Insufficient
water supply
Minor
problems
Priority given to
certain areas
F...
March 201815 www.gwpmed.org
More information:
GWP-Med Secretariat
www.gwpmed.org
nassia@gwpmed.org
secretariat@gwpmed.org
...
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  1. 1. March 20181 www.gwpmed.org The Integrated Urban Water Management (IUWM) Serious Game Nassia Kassela Programme Officer, GWP-Med SIM4NEXUS Workshop – March 16th 2018, Athens www.waterforthecity.net
  2. 2. March 20182 www.gwpmed.org PARTNERS: COLLABORATORS: DURATION: 2016 – 2018 BUDGET: 1.2 million USD (Coca-Cola Foundation Grants) Project information Water for the City is a multi-stakeholder pilot project which a two-fold aim:  Increase water availability in the metropolitan area of the coastal city of Alexandroupolis, NE Greece  Promote sustainable water use in the urban environment by  Engaging authorities & stakeholders  Educating students & teachers  Raising public awareness. Alexandroupolis
  3. 3. March 20183 www.gwpmed.org OUR VISION: A water secure world OUR MISSION: to advance governance and management of water resources for sustainable and equitable development • Enough water for all Social Equity, Economic Efficiency, Ecosystems • Security from droughts, floods, landslides, disease The negative aspects of water • Improved quality of life for the most vulnerable Especially women and children • An integrated approach Holistic, and multi-stakeholder processes; Integrated Water Resources Management
  4. 4. March 20184 www.gwpmed.org 4 project pillars Multi- stakeholder Partnership Innovative Technical Application Awareness Raising Capacity Building & Stakeholder Engagement Education
  5. 5. March 20185 www.gwpmed.org The game serves as a tool for capacity building workshops & engagement of authorities & key stakeholders in Integrated Urban Water Management. This role–playing game was developed in Greek and in English and it enables key-stakeholders to get familiar with various water management solutions and climate change adaptation measures through the use of non conventional water resources and the implementation of urban green-blue infrastructure. Capacity Building & Stakeholder Engagement The IUWM Serious Game
  6. 6. March 20186 www.gwpmed.org Why a Serious Game? Source: How The Brain Learns (Dr. David A. Sousa) Source: Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi Serious games are those games that provide a meaningful message in a fictional play space about a certain (perceived) realit.
  7. 7. March 20187 www.gwpmed.org  Train key stakeholders on Integrated Urban Water Management  Present contemporary water management solutions, technologies & practices, with a focus on non-conventional water resources & green-blue infrastructure  Give emphasis to strategic planning Players:  Deepen their understanding of the  Necessity for prevention & adaptation measures  Uncertainties that the future entails in terms of climate change impacts  Dilemmas in establishing (water) resilient cities  Different roles in urban water management  Imperative need for dialogue & collaboration  Strengthen their  Negotiation & collaboration skills In the context of a “real” city The goal OF the game
  8. 8. March 20188 www.gwpmed.org Urban Planning: Integrated Water Resources Management Goals: quality of life and environmental conservation Institutional: legislation and management Water supply Sanitation Urban drainage & flood management The goal OF the game Adapted from Tucci, 2001
  9. 9. March 20189 www.gwpmed.org Urban Planning: Integrated Water Resources Management Goals: quality of life and environmental conservation Institutional: legislation and management Water supply Sanitation Urban drainage & flood management The goal OF the game
  10. 10. March 201810 www.gwpmed.org 1. Ensure sufficient water resources for all water users (Potable) water supply – Economic activity – Green infrastructure 2. Make sure Alexandroupolis does not flood 3. Ensure the requirements of the civil society are met 4. Look after a personal interest The goal IN the game Safeguard the wellbeing of the city… Simple..? … in an uncertain reality
  11. 11. March 201811 www.gwpmed.org Create a “real” & “fictional” city Play Areas Water Pillars & Dam Weather Reports Civil Society Requests Available measures & actions & Responses
  12. 12. March 201812 www.gwpmed.org  Four players representing important stakeholders of the city  Municipality, Regional authority, Water utility, Private sector  Available measures & actions  Climate change adaptation measures  Non conventional water resources  Urban green-blue infrastructure  Strategic thinking  Climate reports & seasonal rounds of increasing difficulty  Common goals & personal interest  Cash flow  Trained game master (facilitator)  Communication & collaboration  Common goals – the wellbeing of the city above all  Limitations applicable to everyone  Civil society demands & responses The Serious Game “manual”
  13. 13. March 201813 www.gwpmed.org Let’s supply an introduction… to Play & Learn! Introductory presentations Game play
  14. 14. March 201814 www.gwpmed.org What is the result? Insufficient water supply Minor problems Priority given to certain areas Floods in the city The “game” is an original and intelligent way to bring various stakeholders at the same table and have them discuss the needs of the city.
  15. 15. March 201815 www.gwpmed.org More information: GWP-Med Secretariat www.gwpmed.org nassia@gwpmed.org secretariat@gwpmed.org Τ: +30 210 3247267 GWPMed Thank you! www.waterforthecity.net
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