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Challenges in the Transition Towards a Sustainable City: The Case of GO2Zero.

Bekebrede, Geertje; Bueren, Ellen van; Wenzler, Ivo; van Veen, Linda (2018):

In: Heide Lukosch; Geertje Bekebrede; Rens Kortmann (Hg.): Simulation Gaming. Application for Sustainable Cities and Smart Infrastructures. 48th International Simulation and Gaming Association Conference, ISAGA 2017. Cham, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing AG , S. 67 - 74.

Cities face a challenging task in reducing CO2 emissions. Multiple
technical solutions on district level as well as household level are available;
multiple stakeholders with different values and possibilities to intervene are
involved; and their actions highly influence the performance. To get a better
understanding of these complexities and to contribute to a community-based
transition process towards a CO2 city, a simulation game was developed. This
game, GO2Zero, represents an abstract district that is challenged to reduce theCO2
emission to zero. Multiple stakeholders take actions, observe the challenges, and
deal with these challenges with the final objective a sustainable district. This paper
illustrates the first sessions with this game and show that different strategies of
stakeholders lead to different challenges, ways to solve these, and a variety of
outcomes.

Schlagwörter:

CO2, emissions, Simulation, Game, Sustainability, Table, top

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