Description: How can Knowledge and Information management professionals contribute to co-creating sustainable climate resilience in society? What are the sustainable climate-resilient futures we want to see take place in a global, interdependent world, and what is the Knowledge and Information management professionals’ role in making these scenarios happen? K&I Management professionals have essential roles to play in addressing the crises, risks, and urgency that our environment is facing. Their work as teachers, researchers, and experts in processing data and knowledge are crucial to how our world will develop in the incoming decades. In this interactive workshop called knowledge Huddle – developed by GRASP Network – participants are stimulated in a creative way with the use of art to reflect on the above-mentioned questions. Art helps us to imagine alternative futures, and new scenarios, but not only. It also connects to our feelings and emotions and speeds up creative processes. With this creative approach, the workshop tries to grasp what actions are needed. From individual behavior to organizational, national, and international climate actions, all levels are interwoven and interdependent. In this scene starting from the personal/individual is essential. What can each of us individually do but also how can we collectively make a difference?
Date: June 2022
Creator: Kuusipalo-Maatta, Paula & Maatta, Ossi
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Partner: UNT College of Information