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Future Earth workshop – Kuala Lumpur. Breakout session 1: Developing a regional vision for Future Earth Key messages. What is your vision for global change and sustainability research for the region and how do you see Future Earth contributing to it?. Water Deltas Rapid social change

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Future earth workshop kuala lumpur

Future Earth workshop – Kuala Lumpur

Breakout session 1: Developing a regional vision for Future Earth

Key messages


Future earth workshop kuala lumpur

What is your vision for global change and sustainability research for the region and how do you see Future Earth contributing to it?

  • Water

  • Deltas

  • Rapid social change

  • Capacity building and science careers

  • Fostering shared visions with governments

  • Creating learning communities

  • Blue carbon

  • Human-ecological

  • Research excellence

  • Diversity

  • Adaptation

  • Resilience

  • Restoration

  • Coastal zones, vulnerability

  • Politics of development

  • What is sustainability, how do we know?

  • Flexibility to allow evolving goals and approaches


Future earth workshop kuala lumpur

Mangroves and peat lands preserved

Healthy coastal zones, rehabilitated, replenished

Risks reduced, to disaster and insecurity

Environmentally engineered ecosystem services

Health, energy security, mobility addressed

Sustainability understood and programmes in place, based on evidence

Changed research and policy institutions and ways of making decisions

Transformed investment pathways

Green mega cities and reduced urban-rural divisions

2. What would success look like for Future Earth in the region? What impacts could Future Earth make in the region?

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3 what would be key requirements steps to get there

Integration of technology, engineering and innovation, moving beyond integration of natural and social sciences

A high level of scholarship

Collegiality

Understand interactions

Governance of complex systems

Partnerships

Solutions oriented

Involving young scientists

Building capacity for integration and problem solving

Curiosity driven and applied

Co-evolution

Collaboration

Research alliances, across academies

Increased investment in research capacity in less developed countries

Redirect development research through Future Earth

Form transnational links

Knowledge sharing partnerships

Use networks of member academies (but in some countries they are not funded)

Exchange between young scientists

A GEC node institution in each country

Citizen participation in monitoring and data collation

Modeling

Co-design, but not to all aspects

3. What would be key requirements / steps to get there?

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4 what would the success indicators be

Productive research alliances

Funding agencies will have changed their structures and investment priorities

Funding for biosphere and geo-sphere interactions available

Elevated awareness of glocal environmental changes

Increased citizen contribution to databases, observations

Co-design and co-production is the normal way to work

Food and water supply increased, and more secure and hazards managed on coastal zones

Fundamental change to research behaviors, interdisciplinary research is highly visible

Governments not solely talking about GDP

New economic practices and systems will have emerged

Young minds engaged and contributing to the next 20 years solutions

More multi-disciplinary institutions

4. What would the success indicators be?

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