A crash course in changing the world.
In the tenth week of EVOKE, I write about the experiences I had during the missions. Because I played EVOKE within tuitional seminar, the answered questions differ from the original LEARN questions in this mission. But as you will see, the main topics are the same.
Which positive experiences did you gain?
In some weeks, I entered unknown territory, because I have never dealt with some topics before. I had to investigate more time than in other weeks to perform…Continue
Posted on June 6, 2011 at 1:30pm — 1 Comment
After reading the 5 secrets of crisis communication, I want to share my favorite insight: “Managing Panic in Pandemic“
Dori Reissman, the author of this section, says that the word “panic” is used too often in wrong context. Much journalists write or tell about panic without knowing what they wreak. Panic describes a status where social and internal order is lost. Everything is out of control. But mostly, it is not the case.
Journalists have to ask themselves if this is really…Continue
Posted on May 29, 2011 at 10:00am
To uncover a community management success story from the CBNRM Net’s collection, I chose “A Guidebook on Decision-Making”. The authors Thayne Coulter and Deena Larsen are employees of the Bureau of Reclamation in the United States. Reclamation is responsible for the interior und oversees water resource management like water diversion, delivery, storage and hydroelectric power generation projects. Reclamation…Continue
Posted on May 22, 2011 at 11:06am
For this mission, I chose my birth city Hildesheim. To get an overview, here are some data about Hildesheim I found on Wikipedia:
Area: 92.96 km² (35.89 sq mi)
Elevation: 78 m (256 ft)
Population: 102,903 (31 December 2009)
Density: 1,107 /km² (2,867 /sq mi)
Actually, I am very pleased with Hildesheim and in my opinion, Hildesheim is already resilient. But I made some thoughts about what could be better to increase welfare, traffic and maintenance. On the following…Continue
Posted on May 16, 2011 at 3:30pm