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nissabanet Jun 14
Nissaba is now 7 days old! We have so far published: - pre-meeting report - Daily Council summaries - report TLDR summary - Summary of resolution negotiations at All available at
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Wendy Hall May 13
My view from the panel session at the conference this morning
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EACREEE May 13
RT gnsec_net: RT UNCTAD: Chair A Min Tjoa from the Vienna University of Technology 🇦🇹 says why we need honest discussions about how technology and are impacting our societies and economies.
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Matt Brown May 14
Nobody is ready for the technological upheaval coming for the world of work, says Richard at the inaugural lecture 🖥🔄😱
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UNCTAD May 17
Replying to @FFNAcademy
that bees 🐝 can help save elephants 🐘? A project by Bring the Elephant Home and the shows they can. Another great example of at work featured during the .
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UNMGCY May 16
SHAPE project uses citizen science to identify communityhealth conditions by empowering young scientists to observe environmental triggers and design projects to collect data supporting this link.
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United Nations May 13
This week in : Innovators, eminent scientists & governments take part in Commission on Science and Technology for Development. Follow & see:
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Annika Launiala May 14
Prof Susan Cozzens at panel: in the Fourth Industrial Revolution business opportunities come from combination of and analytics. Important to discuss
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Samantha Dickinson May 17
negotiations on draft ECOSOC resolution on have finally ended; New York has declared the draft resolution has no budgetary implications. USA doesn’t support knowledge & tech transfer text in the draft. CSTD members adopt draft resolution. We can go home!
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Under The Microscope May 14
UN MGCY and UNCTAD worked on a digital campaign that aims to raise awareness of the role of citizen science for community resilience and sustainable development. Glad to be part of this campaign.
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Andrew Revkin May 17
Several key tech-for-sustainability & issues here related to saving and limiting . Want to save room for wildlife, end slaughter for meat, limit climate change? Or want to maintain a no-GMO stance. Related to discussions!
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UNCTAD_Trade May 14
"Innovation must listen to the needs of the people. It's not always about a transfer of technology, but transfer of compassion." on the role of in .
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Bertrand PICCARD May 14
The main problem, is people who want to continue business as usual, before they are retiring. The fear of change. This is what is destroying the world.
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ITU May 13
Over half the population now uses the Internet for the 1st time in history. Progress to connect the other half requires strengthening collaboration, coordination + cooperation ~
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Bernardo Mariano Jr. May 15
Represented at the panel on the “Role of science, technology and innovation in building resilient communities, including through contribution of citizen science”. Let’s put people at the center of digital technology transformation.
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♡ May 7
hypothetically, if u could as a politician anything about the environment what would u ask?
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Caribbean disaster May 18
A bit exhausted but deeply honored to have led half a dozen discussions for and clarifying ways to fast-forward progress on and boost global resilience by connecting science & innovative tech with communities (in a two-way relationship).
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UNIDO Geneva May 13
high-level roundtable: “The impact of rapid change on ”.
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UN Geneva May 28
- We need an honest discussion on frontier technologies to avoid unintended social, political, and environmental consequences that we could never have anticipated. via
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ICT4D at UNCTAD May 28
The May newsletter is out! Featuring the , the Summit 2019, Spring meetings, the Community on at , a policy paper by Forum , & much more!
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