Author Archives: TSRI blogger
Research in computer and information science and engineering (CISE) is the focus of the CCC report on “Science, Engineering, and Education of Sustainability: The Role of Information Sciences and Engineering” Adequatly adressing sustainability problems from the perspective of CISE are … Continue reading
Opening content implies a sustainable use and re-use of information and status validation within the scientific community. Open Data in Science would avoid duplication efforts and thus be more sustainable. Even if there is a default mechanism of sharing knowledge … Continue reading
There is now widespread recognition that a rapid shift from industrial monoculture to sustainable farming is needed to save the climate and guarantee food security for all. See source from UN Agencies… Dr Mae-Wan Ho and collagues explain in the Food … Continue reading
The FCForum has published a declaration and how-to on Sustainable models for creativity in the digital age. The declaration enacts a re-thinking of the economic structures that have been financing culture up until now, which may have become anachronistic and … Continue reading
Why electronic products lifetime is so short? Is it compatible an ilimited production system with a finite resource planet? An extremely interesting doc about programmed obsolescence. Hoping it not be deprecated.
TSRI has been be approved by the Organic.Mednet project consortium as a new silent partner. TSRI will provide studies and solutions for sustainability issues related to the project outcomes. The decision was taken by the project consortium during the 3rd … Continue reading
Frame and Brown published an interesting and intriguing paper in Ecological Economics 65(2008). The paper is titled “Developing post-normal technologies for sustainability“. The paer builds on the concept of “post-normal” science (a contrast with Kunh’s idea of normal science). The … Continue reading