SRI2021 has created a dedicated fund which will support professionals who work on sustainable urbanization and food-water-energy nexus topics to participate in the event online.
SRI2021 has created a dedicated Early Career Fund which will support young professionals to participate in the event virtually or in-person.
IRD SRI2021 Scholarships are now available for sustainability professionals from select low- and middle- income countries.
Volunteering is a great opportunity to gain insight into a truly global event bringing together world leading experts in sustainability science and innovation.
We have launched our call for hosts for SRI2022 – help shape the future of sustainability scholarship and innovation through transdisciplinary and cross-sectoral collaboration and action.
The way we have historically communicated about climate change is falling short.
If we apply psychological insights to the way we communicate and design climate campaigns, we can have a greater impact on driving long-term change.
Given the ongoing global pandemic, we are designing our event under exceptional uncertainty, and therefore, we are reaching out to you with a request for help.
From community-led mangrove forest conservation to cultural burning and land management, indigenous communities have long been stewards of nature.
In order to design and implement solutions to conserve biodiversity across diverse ecosystems, it is essential that we draw upon indigenous people’s knowledge and engage their contributions as Nature’s First Defenders.
Drone technology is helping researchers accurately and efficiently identify areas of intact habitat and koala populations at far less cost than other methods.
In celebration of this year’s World Environment Day and World Oceans Day, we take a look at five transformations for a greener future.
As the theme for World Environment Day 2020, the importance of maintaining the Earth’s biodiversity will be in the spotlight in the lead up to the Sustainability Research and Innovation Congress 2021 (SRI2021) in Brisbane, Australia next year.
Koalas, drones and artificial intelligence: Join us for a live Q&A with QUT Associate Professor Grant Hamilton
The latest technology is being used to conduct post-bushfire monitoring to gather essential data on koala populations in areas affected by bushfires.
When business-as-usual in sustainability science isn’t bringing us any closer to global sustainability, we need to shake up the system.
We are pleased to announce SRI2021 will take place from 12-15 June, 2021 at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Center in Brisbane, Australia.
With the global outbreak of COVID-19 the conveners of SRI2020 have made the decision to postpone the Congress to mid-2021.
In preparation for the inaugural event and reflecting its principle of inclusivity, Belmont Forum and Future Earth convened a Town Hall at the AGU Fall Meeting in San Francisco