Unpacking Green Growth
A Trans-Continental Conference
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- Arizona State University
- Development Research Center of the State Council of the People’s Republic of China
- Global Climate Forum
October 8-10, 2014
Global Systems Science (GSS) is about providing global systems of interconnected solutions to global problems. This involves not only looking at the whole of our planet and its societies, but also looking at it from a transdisciplinary and transformative perspective that connects all kinds of scientific knowledge, and engaging as many people as possible in collective action. The concept of green growth has been proposed as one of the few globally distributed, innovative and engaging systemic solutions to our current global predicament.
The FET Unit has launched an online consultation to understand what the game-changing technologies of the next decades will be. The consultation targets scientists, researchers, innovators, entrepreneurs and members of civil society in general.
Edgardo Bucciarelli and Gianfranco Giulioni from the University of Chieti-Pescara (Italy) are organizing a special session on Multi-Agent Macroeconomics at the 11th International Symposium on Distributed Computing and Artificial Intelligence that will take place in Salamanca in June 2014. More information is available here http://dcai.usal.es/special-sessions/ss2-mam
Global Systems Science (GSS)
Specific challenge: The ambition is to improve the way scientific knowledge can help inform and evaluate policy and societal responses to global challenges like climate change, global financial crises, global pandemics, and growth of cities – urbanisation and migration patterns. These challenges entangle actions across different sectors of policy and society and must be addressed by radically novel ideas and thinking for producing, delivering, and embedding scientific evidence into the policy and societal processes.