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Plenary speakers: Can Kyoko update?
Vice Chancellor's Chair, Australian / Indigenous Belonging, Charles Sturt University
Lidia Arthur Brito
Regional Director for Sciences, Latin-America and Caribbean, UNESCO
Sir Peter Gluckman ONZ KNZ FRS
Heads Koi Tū: The Centre for Informed Futures, University of Auckland, Chair, International Network of Government Science Advice (INGSA) and President-elect, International Science Council (ISC)
Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, French National Research Institute for Sustainable Development (IRD)
Deputy Director General for Science, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), Austria
Executive Director of Innovation, Research, and Knowledge, Agence Française de Développement (AFD)
General Secretary, International Trade Union Confederation
Managing Director & Senior Management Team, WBCSD
Executive Director, University of Minnesota’s Institute on the Environment, Ecolab Chair in Environmental Leadership
Director, University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Co-chair of GSDR2023, Trinidad and Tobago
Senior Researcher, South African Local Government Association
Deputy Director, German Development Institute, Co-chair of GSDR2023, Germany
Chief Scientist, Joint Special Operations University
Senior Lecturer, School of Environment, The University of Auckland
Indigenous consultant, agriculturalist and innovator
Associate Professor of Human Geography, Department of Environmental and Geographical Science, University of Cape Town
SRI Inkundla #4 “Shared Ways Forward for the World We Want” will close the series of four SRI Inkundlas. Join the last free virtual event held from 5:00 – 6:00 pm (SAST) on May 25, and explore a variety of tools available now and in the near future to support shifts to sustainability.
SRI2022 is the second edition of the world’s largest gathering dedicated to transdisciplinary research and innovation in sustainability. With nearly 200 sessions, the program of SRI2022 will double from the inaugural Congress, showcasing the newest advances in sustainability science and demonstrating groundbreaking work to translate knowledge to action.
The “Be Belmont Applicable” series helps interested researchers and stakeholders understand how to develop transdisciplinary projects that are eligible for the Belmont Forum funding. The Belmont Forum has two sessions available in different time zones.
The Sustainability Research and Innovation (SRI) Congress is excited to announce a special call for Idea Market proposals that can contribute to the removal of carbon from the Earth’s atmosphere.
SRI has partnered with the Centre for Systems Solutions to present an interactive social simulation with a focus on cascading climate impacts. We will explore the effects of these climate impacts on food production, supply chains, and ultimately the consequences on climate mitigation, biodiversity, and health.
Join us for the second SRI Inkundla, Building Peace for Sustainability through Science, and engage with two free virtual events held from 2:30 pm SAST on March 28, 2022 and 6:30 pm SAST on March 31, 2022.