SCORAI Workshop on Bridging Research, Action and Policy
This workshop is designed to address the gap between research and action in Sustainable Consumption. The purpose is to make action and policy more effective; while learning from research and knowledge through examples of successes and failures; to reflect upon and learn from these, find commonalities; and to think across scales, issues, and mechanisms of implementation for future work. We aim for a video presentation; a declaration, a set of recommendations, and/or a workshop report as the concrete outcomes of this workshop. The results of this workshop will be further developed and elaborated by subsequent activities of the SCORAI working group on action and policy.

The workshop will be held May 5-6, 2016 in Washington DC and is limited to 20 participants including members of the this work group, the SCORAI Board, and other SCORAI members and guests engaged in bridging research and action and policy.

PLEASE SUBMIT THIS REQUEST TO PARTICIPATE BY JAN 25, 2017 l SPACE IS LIMITED l NOTIFICATION BY FEB 5

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Very briefly name or describe your work in relation to sustainable consumption and production research, action and policy (max 200 characters)
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Briefly describe why you would like to participate and what experience and knowledge you will contribute? (max 400 characters)
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(Optional) Do you have 1) A case study you would like to present policy or action on sustainable consumption or 2) a challenge you would like the workshop to focus on for a session? If so briefly describe (max 400 characters)
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