2014 Future Earth Young Scientists Conference on integrated science and knowledge co-production for ecosystems and human well-being

Ivy Shiue, Leah Samberg, Benard Kulohoma, Diana Dogaru, Carina Wyborn, Perrine Hamel, Peter S.øgaard Jørgensen, Paul Lussier, Bharath Sundaram, Michelle Lim, Antonio Tironi

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Abstract

Effective integration in science and knowledge co-production is a challenge that crosses research boundaries, climate regions, languages and cultures. Early career scientists are crucial in the identification of, and engagement with, obstacles and opportunities in the development of innovative solutions to complex and interconnected problems. On 25-31 May 2014, International Council for Science and International Social Science Council, in collaboration with the International Network of Next-Generation Ecologists and Institute for New Economic Thinking: Young Scholars Initiative, assembled a group of early career researchers with diverse backgrounds and research perspectives to reflect on and debate relevant issues around ecosystems and human wellbeing in the transition towards green economy, funded by the German Research Foundation, at Villa Vigoni, Italy. As a group of young scientists, we have come to a consensus that collaboration and communication among a diverse group of peers from different geographic regions could break down the barriers to multi-disciplinary research designed to solve complex global-scale problems. We also propose to establish a global systematic thinking to monitor global socio-ecological systems and to develop criteria for a "good" anthropocene. Finally, we aim to bridge gaps among research, the media, and education from a governance perspective linking with "sustainable development goals".

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)11553-11558
Number of pages6
JournalInternational journal of environmental research and public health
Volume11
Issue number11
DOIs
StatePublished - Nov 1 2014

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    Shiue, I., Samberg, L., Kulohoma, B., Dogaru, D., Wyborn, C., Hamel, P., Jørgensen, P. S. Ø., Lussier, P., Sundaram, B., Lim, M., & Tironi, A. (2014). 2014 Future Earth Young Scientists Conference on integrated science and knowledge co-production for ecosystems and human well-being. International journal of environmental research and public health, 11(11), 11553-11558. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph111111553