Recordings of sessions at the Sustainability Research & Innovation Congress 2021 (SRI2021) are now available to watch online through the Congress platform.
The ‘Brisbane Message Stick’ will hold a record of the wisdom, learnings, and actions of each annual SRI community, which can be drawn on to trace our collective progress and inspiration in pursuit of a more sustainable world.
Over the past three days, SRI2021 has provided a platform for diverse perspectives across disciplines, age groups, ethnicities, genders and countries, all with a view towards action and a global sustainability transformation.
The next Sustainability Research & Innovation Congress in 2022 will be held in Pretoria, South Africa, hosted by the Future Africa Institute at the University of Pretoria.
The second day of SRI2021 continued with a varied program exploring a breadth of sustainability research and innovations from fashion to wildlife management to the impact of climate change on mental health.
Worldwide, local change agents have stepped up to meet challenges wrought by the compounding crises of climate change, social inequality, and the COVID-19 pandemic.
Critical social science perspectives on transformations to sustainability – emerging framings and approaches
Are sustainability transitions as straightforward and faster as any other technological transitions in the past?
Nearly 2,000 people from 100 countries converged for the first day of SRI2021.
The Swedish government, host of the high-level meeting, will share the ambition and key themes of the meeting.
If you’re involved in climate education, you may be aware of concerns about the mental health impacts related to teaching and learning, such as climate anxiety, eco-depression and climate grief.
The Adaptation Finance Gap is real. Although governments and the finance sector alike recognise the opportunity in creating more resilient regions and cities, a lack of tangible financial flows into adaptation projects persists.
Join the Earth Commission for its SRI2021 session: Synthesizing Science to Underpin Science-Based Targets for Our Global Commons
Leading global sustainability scientists have joined together in the Earth Commission to synthesize the latest scientific knowledge on the biophysical and social processes that regulate the stability of the “Global Commons”.
When crises like bushfires, floods, cyclones and pandemics occur who should we turn to for rapid and authoritative advice?
A group of motivated and excellent applicants from around the world have been chosen as this year’s Early Career Champions.
Advancing sustainability science through knowledge co-design.
We are counting the days to the Sustainability Research & Innovation Congress 2021 (SRI2021) and are pleased to bring you a full agenda featuring sessions with some of the world’s leading experts in sustainability science, policy and decision-making.
Encouraging diversity and inclusion to advance sustainability throughout generations.