Collaboration for Sustainability in a Networked World
Moderator: Alice-Marie Archer, Project Manager at the Schumacher Institute (UK).
23.5% of the world’s population, approximately 1.6 Billion people, are now ‘on-line’ using the Internet to exchange information and connect. That number is growing every day. How will we harness that potential for sustainability?
Alice-Marie Archer will give a talk on Collaboration for Sustainability in a Networked World, focusing on Collaborative Innovation Networks and how they can be used to spread sustainability around the globe. Alice-Marie Completed her Msc in Strategic Leadership Towards Sustainability at the Blekinge Institute of Technology in Karlskrona, Sweden, this year. She is now developing the framework for an environmental policy for the University of Iceland. From September she will be coordinating a new European project entitled CONVERGE – which focuses on how to develop sustainable communities.
Alice-Marie will be talking about:
- Barriers to web facilitated collaborative working (distributed working)
- Emerging Factors that may affect how we undertake distributed working
- How all this is relevant to society's transition towards a sustainable future
- The HOW2 guide - how to be better at collaborating over the web
The event will be at Háskóli Íslands - Háskólatorg from 20:00 hours to 21:30.
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