07 January 2022
Online Workshop, Hawaii
What are sustainable systems and what are the common cooperative activities for achieving sustainable systems? Individual systems are part of larger systems. The development of an individual system requires an open conceptual approach, knowledge, innovative perspectives, and ideas. At the same time, awareness is needed of the possible consequences of the complex interactions between systems so the system itself can be sustained and further developed.
The Center for Interdisciplinary Risk and Innovation Studies (ZIRIUS), a cross-departmental research center at the University of Stuttgart, is organizing a workshop "Integrative development of sustainable systems – Concepts, methods and implementation". Scholars from various disciplines, such as sociology, political science, psychology, economics or engineering are invited to contribute their perspectives on how to design an integrative approach of research on sustainable systems as well as enable others to develop sustainable systems.
In her presentation, with the title "Integrative development of sustainable systems - Getting the framework conditions right" Srivastava will talk about the method to be used to foster an integrative research and development of sustainable systems as well as sharing her perspective on how to implement, monitor the courses of research projects, for detecting factors of successful integrative work and for coping with potential flaws and mistakes in projects. She will share the result of the project Bouncing Forward Sustainably: Pathways to a post-COVID World, a partnership between IIASA and ISC in defining and designing sustainability pathways that will enable building forward a more sustainable post-COVID-19 world, through the consultative science platform.
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