Mila Popovich Presents Realizing Sustainable Futures

International Society for the Systems Sciences

Mila Popovich presents Realizing Sustainable Futures keynote at the 60th Annual Meeting of the International Society for the Systems Sciences on July 24, 2016.

Mila Popovich Presents Realizing Sustainable Futures

Please find here below a complete schedule about the Annual Meeting taking place in Boulder, Colorado, USA and Vadlamudi, Anhra Pradesh, India.

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60th Annual Meeting of the International Society for the Systems Sciences

and 1st Policy Congress of ISSS

Boulder, USA : July 24-30, 2016

Realizing Sustainable Futures in Socio-Ecological Systems

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Vadlamudi, INDIA : July 23-25, 2016

Leadership for Sustainability

“Unity in Diversity — Humanity in Technology”

 

India: 23-25 July 2016 — Leadership for Sustainability

Vadlamudi, Anhra Pradesh, India, Biotechnology Department, Vignan’s University

Day 1 (Saturday): Food, Energy, and Water Systems: Engineering for Sustainability

  • Session 1: Renewable and sustainable energy
  • Session 2: Sustainable and healthy food systems/Engineering systems for

Day 2 (Sunday): Economics, Business, and Green Technologies

  • Session 3: Circular economic models for business, societies, entrepreneurs and communities
  • Session 4: Green technologies- agriculture and livestock/Use of sensors for sustainability

Day 3 (Monday): Habitats and Ecosystem Sustainability

  • Session 5: Habitat resilience (rural, urban, forest and natural ecosystems)
  • Session 6: Valedictory session

 

USA: 24-30 July 2016 — Realizing Sustainable Futures in Socio-Ecological Systems

Math and Engineering Buildings, University of Colorado, Boulder (Campus Information)

Day 1 (Monday): Frameworks for Systemic Sustainability: “When are Complex Systems Sustainable?”

Plenary I: The Challenge of System(s) Sustainability

Plenary II: Towards Holistic System(s) Theory

Evening Keynote Program: Realizing Sustainable Futures

Day 2 (Tuesday): Global Science and Ecosystem Assessments: “From Problem to Solution Orientation.”

Plenary III: Coupling Human and Natural System(s) Research

Plenary IV: From Crisis to Synergy (Anticipatory, Exploratory and Participatory Methods)

Day 3 (Wednesday): Cultural, Ethical, and Economic Wisdom: “Reuniting Nature and Humanity”

Plenary V: Making Sense in Economics, Ethics, and Policy

Plenary VI: Multi-Cultural Wisdom

Special Luncheon Keynote: Inter-Faith Perspectives on Global Sustainability

Special Afternoon Session: ISSS Policy Summit

Evening Reception: The Edges of Science

Day 4 (Thursday): Engineering and Systemic Synthesis: “Creating Sustainable Systems”

Plenary VII: Engineering Sustainable Systems and Technology

Plenary VIII: Prospects for Scientific Systemic Synthesis

Day 5 (Friday): Education, Communication, and Capacity: “Making it Whole”

Plenary IX: Systems Literacy Education and Outreach

Plenary X: The Whole Person in a Whole society

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