Advancing a science-based dialogue on global resource use.
Science as the beating heart of a new vision for “Building Back Better“.
It’s no secret that the current levels and processes of global resource use are set on an unsustainable path. If we are to make significant progress towards a sustainable governance and management of natural resources, science has a key role to play. This has been a core pillar of our work at the World Resources Forum since our early days – and it will continue to be for the decades to follow.
With many claims about the need for “Building Back Better”, we are convinced that science should represent the building blocks of a new vision that prioritises the wellbeing of communities and natural ecosystems around the world. We believe such a vision must necessarily start from a new way in which we extract, process, use and re-use the Earth’s precious natural resources. In short, a new way of giving value to our common wealth.
This Call for Abstracts invites multi-disciplinary researchers to contribute with their innovative ideas and ground-breaking research in order to understand the nuances of our most pressing challenges and co-design innovative solutions for a prosperous and regenerative future.