"Giving Voice to the Unspoken":
a 20-minute video production showing the hands-on aspects of
Participatory 3D Modelling (P3DM). This
video supports all practical aspects
of P3DM described in the
resource book "Participatory 3-Dimensional Modelling: Guiding
Principles and Applications" and documents in detail an exercise conducted within
the Pu Mat National Park, a protected area in Vietnam. This
documentary is a co-production of the
ASEAN Regional Centre for
Biodiversity Conservation (ARCBC), the Social Forestry
Conservation Project in Nghe An Province - Vietnam, the
Broadcast Circle (EBC) - Philippines affiliated to the International
Television Trust for the Environment (TVE).
Source: Participatory 3-Dimensional Modelling: Guiding
Principles and Applications
P3DM is a collaborative spatial information and
communication management method used in processes dealing with
resource use and tenure and has been conceived to support
collaborative initiatives aimed at increasing public
participation in problem analysis and decision-making.
The method is generally used within projects or
initiatives designed to address spatial issues related to the
territory. P3DM integrated with GPS and GIS offers the
opportunity to produce relatively accurate geo-referenced and
scaled qualitative and quantitative data, adding substantial
value and communication power to local knowledge.
NOTE: A higher resolution video
is included in the Resource Kit.
To buy the CD and the printed handbook follow this link