Investing in Sustainability, Research and Innovation
SRI2020 will be the first in an annual congress series that will serve as a focal point in the sustainability science and innovation calendar, a venue for
Connecting diverse knowledge systems, academia with a range of stakeholders, policy prescribers with informed constituencies, funders across sectors, and innovators with clientele
Creating robust communities of practice, supporting cross-sectoral funder dialogue and action, and connecting local implementation with global frameworks
Building capacity in understanding, co-developing, and co-implementing sustainable solutions, supporting legacy learning, exploring viral communications approaches, and enhancing transparency through open data and open access
Knowledge exchange opportunities
Sharing lessons learned and best practices, building a meta-synthetic understanding of sustainability, co-developing metrics for evaluation of sustainable development and investment, demonstrating innovative solutions to achieve the SDGs, publishing in diverse accessible media outlets for maximum uptake and dissemination.
The SRI2020 congress will gather leads in sustainability science, innovation, funding, communication, and implementation, providing opportunities for career development, engagement, and active participation not possible in the sector or discipline-specific meetings.
Through a multi-sectoral, diverse, inclusive and supportive environment, we hope to amplify existing efforts and conversations in sustainability, create a native domain for the sustainability community, and build a space for fierce advocacy for sustainability scholarship, innovation, and knowledge to action. Ultimately, SRI2020 will serve to establish the legitimacy and global scaffold for a global community of sustainability and serve as an umbrella under which metrics and programming can be developed to guide growth in sustainability-forward communities while encouraging best practices in stakeholder engagement, legacy activities and accessibility of outcomes.
Established in 2009, the Belmont Forum is a partnership of funding organizations, international science councils, and regional consortia committed to the advancement of interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary science. Forum operations are guided by the Belmont Challenge, a vision document that encourages: International transdisciplinary research providing knowledge for understanding, mitigating and adapting to global environmental change.
At Future Earth, we believe that research, innovation, and collaboration can transform the world toward sustainability. We harness the experience and reach of thousands of scientists, practitioners and innovators from across the globe. Together, this global community facilitates research, mobilises networks, sparks innovation, and turns knowledge into action.
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