Invitation to 2nd Future Earth co-design webinar


29 September, 11:00 and 16:00 UTC, online

 

FutureEarthWebinar

Join the series of interactive webinars on best practices on transdisciplinary and co-designed research

In this second webinar in the series, we will discuss how to mobilize and engage scientists and stakeholders in transdisciplinary research processes to produce solutions for sustainable development. We hear experiences presented by CIRODD (Interuniversity Centre of Research on Sustainable Development Operationalization), Canada.

Programme

1. How does CIRODD view transdisciplinarity? Mobilizing scientists and stakeholders to put sustainable development into practice. Laure Waridel, Director, CIRODD
- Discussion

2. Case study: sustainable neighbourhood. Leading transdisciplinary projects to success. Isabelle Lessard, Scientific Coordinator, CIRODD
- Discussion

This webinar series is a platform for the Future Earth community to share their knowledge and experiences on co-design and transdisciplinarity, leading up to the Future Earth Regional Workshop for Europe on 22-23 November 2016 in Stockholm, Sweden. This year's workshop is offers training in transdisciplinarity for Future Earth European participants.

The webinars are open to all, including scientists, communicators, and stakeholders in the fields of sustainability and global change.

For more information, contact Tanja Suni, Executive Director of the European Alliance of Global Change Research Committees at tanja.suni@helsinki.fi.





How to join?


Session 29 September at 11:00 UTC (13:00 CEST)
The webinar will be hosted on Adobe Connect Pro. To join, you need only an internet connection. To participate in discussion, we recommend a headset with a microphone. Join meeting here
Session 29 September at 16:00 UTC (18:00 CEST)
The webinar will be hosted on Adobe Connect Pro. To join, you need only an internet connection. To participate in discussion, we recommend a headset with a microphone. Join meeting here
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