"Winter" by Henry Wolf (1891), courtesy of Smithsonian Open Access
Applied Complexity Roundtable

US Mountain Time

This event is private.

Typically members of SFI’s research and applied communities come to ACtioN meetings in the hopes of learning something new, cool, and useful. This experimental meeting should still achieve that goal, but our main objective will be  somewhat different. For this meeting, we will be joined by a number of practitioners who are helping the United Nations think about strategies to increase human resilience to climate change. This problem is important and unavoidable. As we have seen in previous Complexity of Sustainability meetings, pollution and climate change work on different timescales. Even if we completely eliminated greenhouse gas emission today, some climate change would still be innovative. With that in mind, our main goal for this meeting is to harness the diverse collective intelligence of SFI’s research and applied communities to brainstorm and explore strategies and policies through which humanity can increase their resilience in the face of climate change.

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