17 / Jun 08

Talk- Knowledge management in environmental issues: What do we do with what we know?

The main challenge in solving environmental problems is knowledge management, not the absence of knowledge. From formal and informal settings, the information that is generated needs to be disseminated for the whole society, to be shared, discussed and into new knowledge. In this context, SARAS will present the mission and vision of the Institute, and will expose relevant aspects of knowledge management to address environmental issues.

The talk will be in Piriapolis city, Maldonado, as part of the celebrations of the the World Environment Day.

Title:  Knowledge management in environmental issues: What do we do with what we know?

Date: Thursday 15 June, 2:00 p.m. Aprotur - Piriápolis.

Organized by: SARAS Institute and organizations leading the celebration of Green June in Piriapolis

Free admission

About Saras

The South American Institute for Resilience and Sustainability Studies (SARAS) is an emerging transdisciplinary institute designed to generate critical insights allowing South America to build sustainable futures. It seeks integration across a broad range of knowledge using innovative approaches and integrating social and natural sciences, mathematics and arts.

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