Wellbeing

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Wellbeing
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Wellbeing
Team Members Urban.Systems Ellen Macarthur Foundation
Blueprint TBD

These 2 projects are managed by the wellbeing team with the objective of bringing together governments, commercial partners, university researchers and NGOs to remove the technical barriers to broad deployment of socially beneficial services. For an understanding of the outcomes we are striving to achieve see the work of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation exploring the circular economy and Kate Raworth balancing essential human needs and planetary boundaries.

Universal circular economy policy goals A Tool for Transformative Change A Doughnut for the Anthropocene

Chair(s)

  • Stan Curtis

Projects

Go-Green.jpg Go-Green
GoGreen aims to help people understand the impact of small sustainable gestures on their communities through technology. It presents itself as a community rewards system where participating points providers can define actions that support their communities objectives and reward people for taking them. For the users they see a marketplace of options along with rewards based on secure blockchain based smart contracts for supportive behavior.
OMSI exterior.jpg OMSI Development
The OMSI Consortium is soliciting subject matter experts and qualified vendors to participate in a series of short virtual workshops during the months of October-December 2020, culminating in a Q1 2021 Request for Proposal (RFP) to build a showcase integrated district infrastructure solution to serve the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry’s 23-acre site with the potential to develop up to 3 million square feet of new, low-carbon, mixed-use construction in Portland’s Central City Plan District. Workshop details will be released to confirmed participants.