S&T&I FOR 2050: Science, Technology and Innovation for Ecosystem Performance: Accelerating Sustainability Transitions

Klaus Kubeczko, Michael Bernstein, Dana Wasserbacher, Beatrix Wepner, Philine Warnke, Totti Könnölä, Liviu Andreescu, Bianca Dragomir, Radu Christian Gheorghiu, Carlo Sessa, Daniel Cassolà, Žilvinas Martinaitis

Publikation: Bücher und BerichteBericht

Abstract

This report presents the results of a study on S&T&I for 2050: science, technology and innovation for ecosystem performance – accelerating sustainability transitions. The aim was to identify, map and assess future scientific and technological developments that can radically improve or threaten ecosystem performance. Based on literature review, the project team developed three perspectives on future relations between humans and nature and humans’ role in the flourishing of planetary ecosystems. Drawing in addition on a two-round Dynamic Argumentative Delphi survey on the most dynamic scientific and technological developments, six cased studies on core sustainability issues explored the three perspectives. Reflections on implications for R&I policies in the context of the European Green Deal conclude each case study.
OriginalspracheEnglisch
ISBN (elektronisch)978-92-68-04712-5
PublikationsstatusVeröffentlicht - 16 Okt. 2023

Research Field

  • Societal Futures
  • Innovation Policy and Transformation

Schlagwörter

  • Science, Technology, Innovation, Ecosystem Performance, Foresight

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