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The Joint Actions on Climate Change Conference will consist of representatives of governments, industry, retailers, researchers as well as NGOs, consumer organisations and the financial sector. It ...

The Joint Actions on Climate Change Conference will consist of representatives of governments, industry, retailers, researchers as well as NGOs, consumer organisations and the financial sector. It will bring these stakeholders together with the aim of fostering a fruitful dialogue and bridging gaps in views and positions on how innovation and design can tackle the crisis of climate change. This conference will be a building block towards setting targets for the COP15 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen in December.

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    Joint Actions on Climate Change Conference Joint Actions on Climate Change Conference Presentation Transcript

    • Simon O’Rafferty: Senior Research Officer The creativity gap? – bridging creativity, design and sustainable innovation
    • what does the Ecodesign Centre do? established in September 2006 through core funding from the Welsh Assembly Government •applied research (knowledge creation) – demonstrations with industry •knowledge hub (knowledge transfer) – policy – academia – education/training resource development and delivery •international partnerships
    • climate change is not ‘a problem’ waiting for ‘a solution’
    • it is an environmental, cultural and political phenomenon
    • it is multi-dimensional
    • our response requires a heavy dose of creativity
    • new roles for business / new roles for government
    • lots of great programmes and initiatives on ecodesign regulatory frameworks information services demonstration projects R&D financing grants ‘brokering’ services BUT… it is still not mainstream in design/innovation - especially in SMEs…
    • principles underlying interventions market failure systems failure neo-classical economics evolutionary economics linear tools of innovation innovation systems addressing inputs rather than knowledge & interactive learning system actors, infrastructure and culture supporting firms in isolation networks capacity building frameworks
    • to enable ecodesign/creativity/innovation we require? different forms of intervention – strategic competencies, capacity building an innovation system perspective – knowledge, interaction, (clusters, brokerage, mobility schemes) policy instruments that address changes in behaviour for innovation, dealing with strategic, informational, or organisational needs an exploration of new (possibly informal) support channels - e.g. VC or informal risk capitalists, entrepreneur networks, foresight programmes greater policy coherence (supply and demand side) with “open borders”
    • “ The stimulus for re-invention and for questioning the status quo has probably never been “ greater Josephine Green – senior director of trends and strategy at Philips Design