CoDesign for sustainability transitions: How a long-term research agenda can instill social impact and provide an envelope for doctoral education

Sampsa Hyysalo*, Tatu Marttila

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Abstract

Climate change, biodiversity loss, pollution, and resource scarcity are exerting growing pressure to make thorough changes in several sociotechnical systems, such as changes in energy, transport, and water use. The research programme on codesign for sustainability transitions contributes to restructuring of consumption and production through orchestrating diverse change making actors into envisioning mid-range goals and transition pathways how to get there. The tools designed to support the process have been used in several sectors and noticeable social impacts have emerged through some of the processes. At the same time the design and application of the tools has provided rich ground for research and doctoral education.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication15th International Conference of the European Academy of Design
Place of PublicationSão Paulo
PublisherBlucher
Pages720-727
Number of pages7
Volume11
Edition4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Nov 2023
MoE publication typeA4 Conference publication
EventInternational European Academy of Design Conference: Exploring the Social Impact of Design Research - Espoo, Finland
Duration: 19 Oct 202319 Oct 2023
https://eadresearch.org/exploring-the-social-impact-of-design-research/

Publication series

NameBlucher Design Proceedings
PublisherBlucher
Number4
Volume11
ISSN (Electronic)2318-6968

Conference

ConferenceInternational European Academy of Design Conference
Abbreviated titleEAD
Country/TerritoryFinland
CityEspoo
Period19/10/202319/10/2023
Internet address

Keywords

  • Social Impact
  • carreer path
  • doctoral studies
  • competencies

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