Sustainability transitions require changes in the structures of the socio-technical systems that define our world. Some structures need to change into completely new roles and relations, and others may even disappear. Value Network Mapping is a tool that supports processes to co-create such changes while balancing individual ambitions with practical constraints. Social, environmental, and economic conditions for implementing and scaling up such changes find their place in these maps; allowing global sustainable development goals to evolve from a shared vision to common practice.
During this webinar, the fundamentals of Value Network Mapping, how and when to use it and its practical application will be uncovered.
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