The final meeting of the Transformations to Sustainability programme took place from 15 – 17 November 2022 in Paris, France.
The meeting took place in person, but certain sessions were accessible online for participants in the T2S programme. T2S programme members and stakeholders may request access to the recordings of the opening session and the presentation of the results of synthesis studies.
- Introduction to the meeting and opening framing (Susi Moser)
- Cross-cutting insights on transformation processes from three Transformative Knowledge Networks (T2S-1) (Susi Moser)
- Programme Design for Transformations to Sustainability: Insights and Recommendations froma learning synthesis of the T2S programmes (Emerald Network)
- Principles generated through the learning synthesis: results of the MIRO Board discussion led by Emerald Network
- Reflection with T2S funders (Monika Brasser, NWO and Michaela Thorn, DLR-PT)
- Download the full agenda
- Download the list of participants
Watch the live panel discussion filmed at the meeting:
The meeting culminated with an online panel discussion open to all on Thursday 17 November, on the theme ‘Pivot and Leap: The urgent need to integrate research, policy and practice for transformations to sustainability’.
Digital project posters:
Each of the 12 projects presented posters, discussed their approach and their findings, and responded to questions from members of the other project teams. You can download the posters here:
- AGENTS: Amazonian Governance to Enable Transformations to Sustainability
- CON-VIVA: Towards Convivial Conservation
- Gold Matters: Sustainability Transformations in Gold Mining (Poster by Esther van de Camp) (Poster by Carlos Henrique Xavier Araujo)
- GoST: Governance of Sociotechnical Transformations
- H2O – T2S: H2O – T2S in Urban Fringe Areas
- IPACST: Intellectual Property in Sustainability Transitions
- Misty: Migration, Transformation and Sustainability
- SecTenSusPeace: Localizing land-registration in conflict-affected areas
- T2SGS: Transformations to Groundwater Sustainability
- TAPESTRY: Pathways to Sustainability in Marginal Environments
- TRUEPATH: Transforming unsustainable pathways in agricultural frontiers
- Waterproofing Data: Sustainable flood risk governance for urban resilience
Further outputs and materials from the meeting will be added to this page in due course.