All posters are displayed throughout the conference in a dedicated area immediately adjacent to the conference hall and break area.

You can consult them at any time. You will be able to meet and exchange with the authors of the posters during specific sessions that will take place in parallel to the breaks. They are divided into 3 groups.


Group A: the authors of group A will be present next to their poster:

- Tuesday, 4 July: 10:30am - 11:00am

- Thursday, 6 July: 9:45am - 10:15am


Group B: the authors from group B will be present next to their poster:

- Tuesday, 4 July: 3:00pm - 3:30pm

- Friday, 7 July: 9:30am - 10:00am


 Group C: the authors from group C will be present next to their poster:

- Wednesday, 5 July: 9:45am - 10:15am

- Friday, 7 July: 2:45pm - 3:15pm



Posters of Group A

Exploring sustainable agriculture transitions through serious games

Lisa Best, Erika Speelman, Ryan Teuling


Farmer Options, Risks in Complex Ecological-Social systems (FORCES) game to explore farm management practices in diverse landscape contexts in Indonesia

Rika R. Sari, Lisa Tanika, Erika N. Speelman, Danny D. Saputra, Arief L. Hakim, Danae M. A. Rozendaal, Kurniatun Hairiah, Meine van Noordwijk


Guiding community discussions on water management using serious gaming. The case of the upper Ewaso Ng’iro river basin, Kenya

Charles Nduhiu Wamucii, Pieter R. van Oel, Adriaan J. Teuling, Arend Ligtenberg, John Mwangi Gathenya, Erika N. Speelman


Kilimo na Maji game: A model to explore the effect of social relations in tropical water towers

Margaret Ngunju Githinji, Erika Speelman, Catherine Muthuri, Meine van Noordwijk, Gert Jan Hofstede


LittoWag a serious game to explore adaptation scenarios face to coastal risks

Julie Latune, Eva Perrier, Mariana Rios, Joana-Line Guerreiro, Géraldine Abrami, Nils Ferrand 


Posters of Group B

Farmers’ choice: Perspectives from smallholders in southern Togo

Ivan P. Novotny, Patrick Waeber, Nastasia Boul Lefeuvre, Claude Garcia, Anne Dray


Development of “Let’s Launch Political Parties” Game for Citizenship Education : Toward Cultivating “Political Creativity” and Encouraging Proactive Participation in Politics

Jun Yoshinaga, Ayano Hase, Yuichiro Shin, Masahiro Ohyama, Masayuki Otsuka, Yumi Mori, Xiaoqing XU


Role-playing games designed to characterize and discuss local and collective actions that impact the change of agricultural and phytosanitary practices in the Barrois (France)

Coraline Reynaud, Audrey Barbe, Amélie Bourceret, Léa Grohens, Marie Pradeille, Faustine Honoré, Elliot Meunier, Corinne Robert


The Concept of the Serious Game “Sustainable Space”

Anna Hurova, Mélanie Becker, Nicolas Becu


Posters of Group C

«Dukunú Môlé, zogô cúnxença»: a serious game to reconcile biodiversity conservation and economic development in isolated tropical islands. The case of São Tomé and Principe

Anne Dray, Christophe Le Page, Pierre Bommel, Claude Garcia, Marquinha Martins


Deconstructing human-nature relationship in games: analysis and tests on My Spot of Sea

Éléonore Sas, Nicolas Becu


Narrative games for social learning: game development and application on transforming fairtrade rules for smallholder organizations

Federico Andreotti, Arnold K. Bregt, Didier Bazile, Erika N. Speelman


The role of social relations in land-use decision making in challenging scenarios

Paulina Rosero, José Vivanco, Erika Speelman, Gert Jan Hofstede, Francisco Cuesta, Annah Zhu


Gaming Development for Learning Regional Economic Circulation: Regional Economic Circulation Simulation

Masayuki Yoshida, Shigeto Kobayashi, Yoshihisa Miyazaki (except for Thursday morning on Group A; not present on Friday)






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