Inspiring keynote speakers at Leverage Points 2019

Leverage Points for Sustainability Transformation

by Lotte Lutz

The planning and organizing of the conference is gaining momentum while the deadline for the call for abstracts is coming closer. Meanwhile, we are very happy to present the keynote speakers of Leverage Points 2019 to you: inspiring personalities who are dedicated to study and facilitate transformational change.

Karen-300x235Karen O’Brien is a professor in the Department of sociology and human geography at the University of Oslo, Norway. Karen’s current research focuses on the relationships between climate change adaptation and transformations to sustainability. Her current research focuses on the relationships between climate change adaptation and transformations to sustainability. The AdaptationCONNECTS project explores the conditions, approaches and paradigms that support transformations, including the role of creativity, collaboration, empowerment, and narratives. She is co-founder of cCHANGE.no, an initiative that supports transformation in a changing climate.

Ray-300x240Ray Ison was appointed Professor of Systems at the Open University in 1994, his research and…

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2 thoughts on “Inspiring keynote speakers at Leverage Points 2019

  1. Hi Guys,

    Theres a typo on this post : “focuses on the relationships between climate change adaptation and transformations to sustainability. Her current research focuses on the relationships between climate change adaptation and transformations to sustainability. ”

    Thought Id let you know before many people read it!

    As always, enjoy reading your blog Laura

    On 3 May 2018 at 17:03, Ideas for Sustainability wrote:

    > Joern posted: ” ” >

    • Thanks Laura … I fixed it on the leverage points site, but apparently I’m too stupid to edit a re-blogged post on my own site … Sorry world, it looks like you have to live with this typo…!

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