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Outcome of the

World Café @ ITU Seventh ITU Symposium on ICTs, the Environment and Climate Change

29 May 2012, Montreal, Canada

Saba Imru

ITU Telecommunication Standardization Bureau

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Goal
  • Working session of the ITU Seventh Symposium on ICTs, the Environment and Climate Change
  • Ensure active involvement of all participants
  • Create the foundations for the “future we want”

Image: Sara Heppner-Waldston

overall figures
Overall figures
  • Over 100 participants
  • Three conversation rounds
  • Duration 3 hrs
  • A total of 246 ideas were generated
question 1
Question 1

How can we best use ICTs to address environmental challenges including climate change and e-waste?

What resources do we have and what role can our organizations play?

outcome of question 1
Outcome of Question 1

Total of ideas: 92

Trends:

  • E-waste, smart recycling
  • Capacity-building
  • Mitigation
  • Applications
  • Tools to enhance environmental sustainability
  • Barriers
  • Methodologies
question 2
Question 2

What are the most important dimensions of greening through ICTs, which of these will have the greatest impact and what are the priorities?

outcome of question 2
Outcome of Question 2

Total of ideas : 63

Trends:

  • Advocacy
  • Political will
  • Awareness-raising
  • Behavioral changes
  • Monitoring
  • Adaptation
  • Smart-grids, smart-buildings, smart-traffic
townhall best use of icts and prioritization
Townhall: best use of ICTsand prioritization
  • Standardization, universal equipment
  • Harmonization of policies
  • Political will
  • Economic and law aspects
  • Priorities based on what can be afforded
  • Impact of ICTs on transport
  • Smart cities
  • Awareness
  • Digital divide & environmental sustainability

Image: Sara Heppner-Waldston

question 3
Question 3

What do you propose as essential next steps and actions?

outcome of question 3
Outcome of Question 3

Total of ideas: 91

Trends:

  • Access to ICTs
  • Standards
  • Policies
  • E-waste
  • Funding and incentives
  • Partnerships and collaboration
townhall actions
Townhall: Actions
  • ICTs to monitor the environment
  • ICTs to reduce energy consumption
  • Incentives for behavioral change
  • E-applications
  • Promote eco-design
  • Expand research
  • Use of energy sources
  • Smart-Grids, Cloud Computing
  • Gamification
  • Funding and incentives
  • Plan of Action, declaration

Image: Sara Heppner-Waldston

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Townhall: Actions
  • Multidisciplinary approach
  • ITU to become a World café
  • Standardization and methodologies
  • Include ICTs and CC in UNFCCC, WTSA, Rio+20

Image: Sara Heppner-Waldston

feedback
Feedback
  • Feedback forms received: 48
  • Level of satisfaction 5: 28
  • Level of satisfaction 4: 18
  • Level of satisfaction 3: 2
  • Recommend using World Café again: 44
next steps
Next steps
  • A detailed report of the World Café outcome with transcript of all the input ideas
  • A photo collection of the World Café event and doodles
  • Outcome shared by participants in their organization
  • Outcome transmitted to the next relevant events:
    • Rio+ 20
    • ITU Green Standards Week, September 2012
    • WTSA-12, November 2012
    • UNFCC, December 2012
    • ITU 8th Symposium, 2013
    • and other International Fora