Mistra SAMS researchers at ICT4S
Researchers from Mistra SAMS attended the ICT for Sustainability conference in Toronto.
This was the fifth time ICT4S was held. The conference has slightly shifted focus from Information and Communications Technology (ICT) itself to more focus on different applications such as ICT in transportation, building and food sectors. The conference held many prominent keynote speakers among them William Rees who is best known as the originator of ‘ecological footprint analysis’, Lisa P. Nathan who gave an interesting talk about sustainability and privilege as well as John Robinson who is through his connection to the University of Toronto, the Presidential Advisor on the Environment, Climate Change and Sustainability in Canada. The conference format is a mix of speakers in plenum and converstations given by the authors of the accepted peer reviewed papers.
At such a converstation Tina Ringensson, Mistra SAMS Presented the paper AaaS and MaaS for reduced environmental impact of transport: Indicators for identifying promising digital service innovations (pdf 525 kB) by Kramers A, Ringensson T, Sopjani L, Arnfalk P.