Sustainability Science: Building Collaboration, Reimagining Knowing
Sustainability Science is a developing field intended to generate solutions to the complex troubles that lie at the intersections of world processes.
Driven by the degradation and even collapse of earthly and social systems and the evident escalating risks to life, it is actively occupied with combining the knowledge and methods of the Humanities with the Arts and Sciences, to give rise to original answers which can address the pressing questions of today. Therefore, by encouraging dialogue, method sharing, and cooperation, Sustainability Science offers a route to creating the changes that siloed approaches struggle to achieve.
The Hub encourages and endorses initiatives, research and teaching that avoid perpetuating damage and innovatively attend to the urgent intersecting social complexities of poverty, inequality, migration, pollution, malnutrition, water security, public health, well-being and flooding, drought, wildfires and other effects of climate change, and of course maintaining peace. It will support new ideas to germinate and propagate across its multi-stakeholder network and is anticipated to generate the kind of knowledge and innovation that follows when different ontologies are encouraged to communicate, collaborate, and cooperate internationally, across both discipline and cultural boundaries.
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