RECLAIM - a collaborative resource-recovery game for urban sanitation planning (Video recording and slides now available)

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RECLAIM - a collaborative resource-recovery game for urban sanitation planning (Video recording and slides now available)

Dear Colleagues, 
For those that may have missed the webinar introducing the RECLAIM game on 11th November 2020 (see the original event announcement here www.susana.org/en/news-and-events/sanita...g-events?details=171 ), the webinar recording and slides are now available.

You can download/read the PowerPoint slides below.
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You can watch the entire webinar recording on YouTube 


Here is a shorter YouTube video where the RECLAIM game is described  


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Re: RECLAIM - a collaborative resource-recovery game for urban sanitation planning (Video recording and slides now available)

Just came across this poster  (the same game is my guess) , one of the 8 that received awards at the recent IWA conference.
Congratulations to the team!!

Sharing one of the points that struck a chord from the poster

serious games cannot be stand-alone solutions, but should be embedded within dedicated planning processes and supported by other planning tools

Curious if there is any update in the game from earlier version. Given that face to face meetings are unlikely to happen soon, curious if the developers are building an online version. 

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