Adrian Ely: Introduction - "Innovation, Sustainability, Development: A New Manifesto"

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Dr Adrian Ely, STEPS Centre - Convenor of the Manifesto project.

Presentation to the UK-China Innovation Workshop for Sustainable and Equitable Development, Tsinghua University, 19 March 2010, co-organised by China Institute for Science and Technology Policy (CISTP) at Tsinghua University and the STEPS Centre.

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  • Hear responses to the New Manifesto and highlight perspectives from ChinaLessons for other parts of the world – local approaches, incrementalism, incentives, global governance,
  • Develop a series of policy recommendations: - new policy approaches linking innovation to global and local sustainability challenges - possibilities for future UK-China innovation policy research partnerships that more directly link innovation to sustainability and development goals- Hear analyses, data and case-studies to inform these recommendationsNot only focussing on S&T investment (as we have heard about already) but transformative innovation in firms, communities and networks that are applying new knowledge in innovative and creative ways. Thank you to all those who have come to share… now we’ll have a break
  • Adrian Ely: Introduction - "Innovation, Sustainability, Development: A New Manifesto"

    1. 1. http://www.anewmanifesto.org<br />
    2. 2. Dr Adrian ElySPRU – Science and Technology Policy/ STEPS CentreUniversity of Sussex, UK“UK-China Innovation for Sustainability and Equitable Development”19th March 2010<br />
    3. 3. The original “Sussex Manifesto”- Written by the “Sussex Group”: Hans Singer (chair) Geoff Oldham Charles Cooper R.C. Desai Christopher Freeman Oscar Gish Stephen Hill<br />
    4. 4. The New Manifesto:<br />A “3D” Agenda<br />Direction<br />Distribution<br />Diversity<br />
    5. 5. Manifesto process and activities – Round Tables<br />
    6. 6. Objectives for today’s discussions- Hear responses to the New Manifesto and highlight perspectives from China<br />Broadening the scope ofInnovation<br />
    7. 7. Manifesto process and activities – ‘vox pops’<br />"If you had to make one recommendation to the UN, or another global body, about the future of innovation for sustainability and development, what would it be?" <br />
    8. 8. Develop a series of policy recommendations: - New policy approaches linking innovation to global and local sustainability challenges - Possibilities for future UK-China innovation policy research partnerships that more directly link innovation to sustainability and development goals- Hear analyses, data and case-studies to inform these recommendations<br />Broadening the scope ofInnovation<br />
    9. 9. http://www.anewmanifesto.org<br />

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