ICTA-UAB researcher J. David Tābara co-convenor of the next International Transformations 2021 Conference
Detalls de l'event
J. David Tàbara, researcher at ICTA-UAB, together with Diego Galafassi, from Lund University and the support of Future Earth, will organise the next International Transformations 2021 Conference in June, which this time will focus on enabling positive tipping points towards sustainability transformations.
Date:17th - 18th June 2021
Registration is now open
Call for single contributions and T-Lab submission closes on March 1st.
J. David Tàbara is also contributing now to the Earth Commission Working Group on Transformations aiming to identify governance solutions for a save and just planet.
In 2020 a tipping point may have been crossed on how societies worldwide deal with multiple overlapping crises. On an unprecedented scale we see groups and communities mobilizing to re-imagine and transform the pre-pandemic systems which led to current vulnerabilities, risks, and unsustainable practices. This challenging but also fertile moment calls for urgent knowledge synthesis able to enact positive tipping points and tipping interventions towards new regenerative development trajectories.
The TRANSFORMATIONS 2021 Conference will showcase latest developments in research and practice of transformations towards sustainability, support and celebrate transdisciplinary learning networks for new collective international initiatives.
Four streams will structure the event:
· Stream 1: Transformative arts and culture
· Stream 2: Transformative economies and organizations
· Stream 3: Transformative science, action-oriented knowledge and governance
· Stream 4: Enabling positive tipping points in socio-climate, energy, water and life-support coupled systems
Organisers particularly welcome contributions on Arts, design and cultural transformations; Transformations theories and ethics; Systems of transformative solutions; Gender, race and converging inequalities; Activism and governance; Digitalisation and emerging tecnologies; Alternative economies; Transforming financial systems and organizations; Community development and international cooperation; Catalytic processes of 2020; Integrated and pluralistic learning, and Synthesis and review papers on transformations