Honorary Research Associate, Institute for Global Prosperity, UCL
David Bent is passionate about playing his part in a generation that puts the world on a sustainable footing. Until 2016, David worked at Forum for the Future, an independent non-profit working globally to solve complex sustainability challenges, most recently as Director of Sustainable Business. He advised dozens of companies in the UK, USA and India on how they can be more successful by creating a sustainable future.
Now independent, David is working with various institutions that are shaping economic transformation, including: the Institute for Global Prosperity at UCL, with a global programme on ‘industrial strategies for global prosperity’; developing a ‘Gigatonne Lab’ to accelerate a rapid transition to a zero carbon world; and, EIRIS Foundation, helping responsible investors make a difference.
This session has been allocated to: Wouter Tebbens and other participants from the “co-op cloud” session will continue discussions about how to build practical, replicable work tools using existing open source solutions Share on TwitterShare on LinkedinShare on Facebook
This session as been allocated to: Lucie Evers – Partago is an Flemish Electric Car Sharing coop and is involved in creating a European Platform Coop called The Mobility Factory. TMF will be founded in fall and the founders will be other citizens coops, amongst them Som Mobilitat in Barcelona, Spain, whether in electric […]
This session as been allocated to: Danyl Strype – Open App Ecosystem / Collaborative Technology Alliance get together – a chance for a geek out with anyone at the conference who is part of the Open App Ecosystem group on Loomio, or anyone who works on open source apps that could be part of […]
This session as been allocated to: ”Cooperation as a Service” – Graham Mitchell (platform6.coop and diglife.com) invites participants to discuss the potential for the platform cooperative model in the world of Free/Libre Open Source Software and beyond. Share on TwitterShare on LinkedinShare on Facebook
This session as been allocated to: A couple participants of the FairCoop ecosystem ( https://fair.coop ) will be present to discuss this international movement for social change, cooperatively developing a self-managed and supportive autonomous ecosystem of ‘commons’ infrastructure, specifically designed as opensource tools for social, economic & ecological adaptation. Share on TwitterShare on LinkedinShare on […]