Digital for Circular
Reframing the role of digital technologies to meet the challenges of sustainable development through the goal of High Well-being @ Low Fooprint. This also relates to increasing the circularity of human processes through design thinking and the use of information to create negentropy.
Co-Creating Desirable Futures
Reframing the role of science and technology in society to address gaps in knowledge itself and in the understanding of societal challenges and the governance of knowledge processes. Applying a systemic, process-oriented perspective to identify enabling conditions for co-creation.
Open Simulation for Global Shift
Profiting from state-of-the-art modelling techniques to open debates about pathways towards configurations of human activities deemed to be sustainable. Leveraging open simulation as a dynamic and participatory practice, to open minds and identify linkages, between societal decisions and ecological footprints.
Leverage to Transformation
Applying systemic frameworks and the perspective of leverage points to identify obstacles and opportunities to progress in transformation towards sustainable development. Interdisciplinary work with researchers and practitioners on the role of innovation to accelerate the fulfilment of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).