#32 众包未来!调动集体想象力塑造投资未来


To tackle the greatest challenges of our time, tremendous levels of investment will be needed to transform the unsustainable systems that our societies are built upon. Deep Transitions Futures is an interdisciplinary research project that brings together social scientists from the sustainability transitions field and a Global Investor Panel of both private and public investors, to develop a new type of investment that is fit for a world in transition: Transformative Investment.

In this process, we have co-created three future worlds for 2050 that address, in different ways, bringing the transformations needed to achieve environmental sustainability, social justice and ultimately a better future. Through our crowdsourcing initiative, we want to open the discussion on the desirability of these different futures from different perspectives, life experiences and places. We want to gather as many voices and perspectives as possible, to see beyond our frameworks and blind spots to make our work more relevant and attuned to the diversity of today’s world.

In this session, we will introduce the Deep Transitions Future projects and its Crowdsourcing initiative. You can learn more about the method we used to design these three words, and how the crowdsourcer works. Join us, let your voice be heard and help us make the transformation towards sustainability happen!



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Carla 是一名跨学科研究员,致力于创新政策、未来研究和社会技术转型。她的工作重点是将研究与现实世界中的问题联系起来,向从业者学习,并促进跨学科合作的进程。她接受过分子生物学家的培训,拥有东京大学的可持续发展硕士学位和博士学位。来自特温特大学的创新治理。她曾在私营部门工作,支持可再生能源的社会创新发展,以及公共部门的创新政策,并担任顾问。在 TIPC,她致力于了解哪些流程、能力和工具可以帮助人们、组织和系统进行转型。她热衷于开放科学、团队合作以及所有可以帮助研究和大学成为社会积极参与者的变革。
Professor Steinmueller has been Professorial fellow at SPRU since 1997. He began his studies in the areas of computer science, mathematics, economics, and Chinese language and history at the University of Oregon and Stanford University. At Stanford (1974-1994), he was engaged in teaching, research, consulting while being a Deputy Director of what is now the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research. He was selected for a chair at MERIT at the University of Maastricht, The Netherlands where he developed a Doctoral training school prior to SPRU. Steinmueller has published widely in the field of the industrial economics of information and communication technology industries including integrated circuits, computers, telecommunications, software and the economic, social policy issues of the Information Society. He has also contributed to research in science policy and the economics of basic research. Steinmueller co-authored ‘Three frames for innovation policy: R&D, systems of innovation and transformative change’ published in Research Policy (open access) with Johan Schot which was the academic foundation for launching TIPC. Since then, he has contributed to the ‘training’ component of TIPC with the design of learning resources and sessions. He is also involved in TIPC research that aims to understand the benefits and limitations of the methods TIPC employs in attempting to catalyse transformative change.
Johan Schot 教授的通讯官
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Jenny Witte is Communications Officer to Professor Johan Schot at the Utrecht University Centre for Global Challenges. Her responsibilities range from developing and implementing cross-channel communication strategies to content creation and the coordination of visualisations. Within MOTION, Jenny works closely together with the research team to produce and oversee communications deliverables and training events.