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River Basin Game

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Created on 05 March 2012
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In this video Ruth MacDougall explains the River Basin Game. The River Basin Game (RBG) has been employed a role-playing physical tool for promoting dialogue and decision-making over water resources where irrigation is present. The river basin game is a physical representation of a catchment (or small river basin) with a gradient and glass marbles to show upstream-downstream flow of water. Upstream abstractors/users of water are favoured over downstream abstractors and users of water.

More info: www.uea.ac.uk
Produced by: TheWaterChannel at wwf6
Year: 2012
Language: English



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