This initiative aims to investigate new ways of creating lasting behaviour change at the individual level to contribute to better outcomes in sustainability, health and mobility in society. The long-term impact of the initiative is to increase innovation to achieve long-term behavioural change in individuals for better results in sustainability and health. The initiative aims to inspire and equip the participating SIPs with tools and methods for future program development focusing on complex interconnected issues that require new approaches to innovation.
Expected effects and results
The concerned, relevant sectors have gained new insights, perspectives, tools and ideas for solutions and thinking that lead to increased innovation, partnership and impact in their work in the long term. Knowledge, skills and capacity to use foresight and future-thinking methods and tools to discover new opportunities and innovations have been gathered within the “core” group. The building of new relationships that lead to new initiatives, approaches, innovations and partnerships and to concrete efforts and initiatives in life science and health.
Planned structure and implementation
The following structure and timeline offer the participating SIPs and communities opportunities to engage meaningfully and productively, benefit from and improve their current practices in practice:
Research: Identify relevant participants
Signal scanning open workshop
The book and final seminar
Support from Swelife
Principal applicant organization
Media Evolution Southern Sweden AB (svb) – Media Evolution Southern Sweden AB