2nd Life Cycle Innovation Conference - Collaborate, Innovate, Co-Create
The Forum for Sustainability through Life Cycle Innovation (FSLCI) invites the inno4sd network community to join our 2nd Life Cycle Innovation Conference (LCIC 2020), a truly unique conference that provides a highly interactive space to think sustainability and innovation together, not apart! The conference will take place from June 10-12 in Berlin, Germany. It focuses on innovative approaches and methods to address sustainability challenges as well as innovative products and services that will help transition towards a more sustainable world.
Unlike other conferences, LCIC 2020 is all about interaction, engagement, and shared learning. As such we will have a range of workshops and barcamps (spontaneous group discussions) in addition to more traditional sessions with a wide range of presentations. Keynotes and panel discussions complement the program and create an innovative mix of formats which results in a truly unique conference experience. LCIC 2020 will bring together a diverse crowd of change-makers, innovators, entrepreneurs, researchers, practitioners, and decision-makers who share a passion for sustainability. Much like in 2018 the conference will encompass a great diversity of perspectives to combine the latest research with practical solutions, innovative approaches, and concrete ways on how to implement sustainability most effectively and efficiently into today’s world.
Due to the covid19 situation, the conference has now been adapted to a fully online format. We cannot wait to welcome you to LCIC 2020!
More information is available here: https://fslci.org/lcic/lcic2020/
Register at https://fslci.org/lcic/lcic202...
This year, our three focus themes are the following:
• Driving Sustainable Innovation – Creating better solutions• Promoting Circular Economy – From vision to implementation• Combating Climate Change – Sustainable pathways for decarbonization
In addition, we will also discuss topics such as;
• eco-design, new technologies and materials for sustainable innovation,• innovative sustainability assessment tools and business models,• sustainable innovation in the building, transport, food, energy and waste sector• …and so much more!
Inno4sd organises the special workshop entitled "Creating a global roadmap to drive eco-innovation for sustainable development!" More information is available at the following web link: https://fslci.org/lcic/lcic202...
A full program including session and workshop titles will be published by the end of March here: https://fslci.org/lcic/lcic2020/program/
EURAM 21th Conference - track session 'Reshaping capitalism around Sustainability, Social innovation, and Frugality'
Inno4sd, SEEDS and ESDES Lyon Business School Catholic University of Lyon invite you to submit a paper for the track session 'Reshaping capitalism for a sustainable world' - Deadline for Paper Submissions: 12 January 2021.
13th Anáhuac International Congress on Social Responsibility
Join the 13th web edition 'Social Responsibility' international Congress hosted by @FRS_Anahuac in collaboration with the #EcoinnovationNetwork of the Commission of Environmental Cooperation (CEC).
Date: 3-4 September 2020 (9 am local time; 16h CET)
5th inno4sd Symposium Innovation for Sustainable Development
The Innovation for Sustainable Development Network will hold its fifth annual symposium in Mexico City (Campus Santa Fe, Universidad IberoAmericana), on November 12-15th, 2019.
The topic is 'Social innovation and Financing for the SDGs' - it will focus on the role of social and green innovation and impact financing for a circular economy and a transformation to healthy and sustainable agro-food systems.
4th inno4sd Symposium Innovation for Sustainable Development.
The Innovation for Sustainable Development Network will hold its fourth annual symposium in Brussels on 7-9 November 2018. The event is jointly organised by inno4sd.net and Future Earth, with the support of the Sustainable Development Solutions Network and the Green Growth Knowledge Platform. The symposium will be divided into a number of distinct sessions.