5-7 October 2019, Sigtuna, Sweden
Framework for the 3rd BRIDGES Establishment Workshop, Sigtuna, Sweden 5-7 October 2019
Toward advancing a global sustainability science coalition
Mathieu Denis (Science Director, ISC)
Mathieu Denis, Science Director of the International Council of Science (ISC), explores the potential role of sustainability science training initiatives during the visioning discussions at the BRIDGES Coalition establishment workshop, UNESCO headquarters, Paris, 11-12 June 2019.
Sarah Cornell (Stockholm Resilience Center) on the importance of culturally aware and culturally inclusive sustainability science and the principle of mutuality
Thomas Reuter (World Academy of Arts & Sciences) on the central challenge facing the international community in its approach to a sustainable future — an ethics of care.
BRIDGES co-organizing partner John Crowley (UNESCO) comments on the new capacities achievable when international partners draw on complementary resources.
Lea Rekow (Humanities for the Environment) on how BRIDGES discussions in Paris will be refined into an action plan in Sigtuna.
BRIDGES co-organizing partner Steven Hartman (Humanities for the Environment) argues for genuinely integrated and transformative research in sustainability science.
Environmental humanities scholar Manel Mselmi (Europa.blog & Globalgeonews) on linking the humanities, social sciences and natural sciences in sustainability-focused research and education.
Sandrine Paillard (Paris Hub Director, Future Earth) on the gaps that a new sustainability science initiative could help to bridge
Filmmaker Alan Ereira
Filmmaker Alan Ereira on the value of genuine scientific collaboration with indigenous people as knowledge partners
Marcy Rockman (ICOMOS) discusses how BRIDGES’ global approach may open up new pathways for addressing climate change & threatened heritage.
Nuno Guimaraes da Costa
Nuno Guimaraes da Costa (ICN Business School, France) on transforming creative ideas into sustainable solutions on the ground
Sinan Akilli (Cappadocia University) argues for the need to address the more-than-human world in the context of sustainability science
Margaret Higonnet (FILLM) discusses how the humanities contribute to sustainability education by broadening & deepening understanding of environmental issues
Luiz Oosterbeek, Secretary-General of CIPSH, discusses the commonalities of scientific and humanistic research in context of the sustainability science
Annika Hedås Falk
Annika Hedås Falk (Vice President of Education, Nobel Museum) discusses advantages of collaborating with the museum sector in sustainability education
Patrick Degeorges (ENS Lyon) on the importance of human-centered approaches and consensus in integrated sustainability science
Erika Robrahn González
Erika Robrahn González discusses how an initiative such as BRIDGES can help achieve sustainability with local & indigenous communities
Guðmundur Hálfdanarson (University of Iceland) discusses the need for the humanities to engage sustainability efforts and for sustainability science to engage the humanities