#wwffuller

Best tweets:

Shauna Mahajan 09/01/2019 09:11
Videos from #wwffuller are now online! Need a refresher on #systems thinking for conservation? Want to rewatch your favorite talk? Missed the event and curious what it was all about? Check them out! https:// twitter.com/WWFscience/sta tus/1080928548108546049   …
WWF Science 03/01/2019 08:47
In December we hosted the annual #WWFfuller symposium on #LivingSystems with @InsideNatGeo. Now you can watch your favorite sessions here: https://www. worldwildlife.org/pages/living-s ystems   …
Book Sprints 10/12/2018 02:52
Intent - Act - Observe & Learn - Adapt Intent - Act... From sketch to illustration, from idea to book. Describes pretty much the process of the #booksprint with @WWFscience and the #wwffuller participants!
http://pic.twitter.com/ywBNyr4hwU
Intent - Act - Observe & Learn - Adapt Intent - Act... From sketch to illustration, from idea to book. Describes pretty much the process of the #booksprint with @WWFscience and the #wwffuller participants! <br>http://pic.twitter.com/ywBNyr4hwU
Flora Yifan He 07/12/2018 05:46
So inspired by yesterday’s #wwffuller symposium - let’s embrace #SystemThinking in #conservation, because isolated, incremental change is no longer an option. Thank you to the amazing speakers and organizers for such an intellectual feast. @andi_sharma @gotonura @BannyBanerjee
http://pic.twitter.com/x3ZN6lfQOD
So inspired by yesterday’s #wwffuller symposium - let’s embrace #SystemThinking in #conservation, because isolated, incremental change is no longer an option. Thank you to the amazing speakers and organizers for such an intellectual feast. @andi_sharma @gotonura @BannyBanerjee<br>http://pic.twitter.com/x3ZN6lfQOD
Arun Agrawal 06/12/2018 10:30
Leaving Washington DC and the #wwffuller day of intellectual feast. Thank you for inviting me, @WWFscience @louiseglew @WWF - what a treat. May your endeavors meet lasting success. We depend on what you’re doing for a sustainable world. https:// twitter.com/World_Wildlife /status/1068180389053779969   …
Peter Hovmand 06/12/2018 09:09
One of the recurring and inspiring messages from #wwffuller is the importance of being able to look at what we are doing may be wrong because systems are complex and counterintuitive
http://pic.twitter.com/76ZhoS2DG8
One of the recurring and inspiring messages from #wwffuller is the importance of being able to look at what we are doing may be wrong because systems are complex and counterintuitive <br>http://pic.twitter.com/76ZhoS2DG8
Mary Ta 06/12/2018 07:42
Andi Sharma: “Collective action moves at the speed of trust “ #wwffuller
http://pic.twitter.com/8gXDWFRn0c
Andi Sharma: “Collective action moves at the speed of trust “ #wwffuller <br>http://pic.twitter.com/8gXDWFRn0c
Arun Agrawal 06/12/2018 07:15
Peter Hovmand at #wwffuller on use of system dynamics models and analyses to understand and change systems. This is his key takeaways slide. Such impressive work.
http://pic.twitter.com/QSJPwqOtV6
Peter Hovmand at #wwffuller on use of system dynamics models and analyses to understand and change systems. This is his key takeaways slide. Such impressive work. <br>http://pic.twitter.com/QSJPwqOtV6
Karen Grattan 06/12/2018 07:01
Gotta LOVE it when Johan Galtung is cited in a conference on environment, conservation, and biodiversity! #WWFfuller
http://pic.twitter.com/qaetnkQSAD
Gotta LOVE it when Johan Galtung is cited in a conference on environment, conservation, and biodiversity! #WWFfuller <br>http://pic.twitter.com/qaetnkQSAD
Jason Landrum 06/12/2018 06:47
Discussing systems thinking and its potential impact on conservation efforts from the local to global scale @WWF @WWFCA_SciComm #wwffuller A lot of work already ongoing in this area in the oceans, but more opportunities exist!
http://pic.twitter.com/tdKJmyNuRC
Discussing systems thinking and its potential impact on conservation efforts from the local to global scale @WWF @WWFCA_SciComm #wwffuller  A lot of work already ongoing in this area in the oceans, but more opportunities exist! <br>http://pic.twitter.com/tdKJmyNuRC
Jessica Sotelo 06/12/2018 05:35
It can take 20 years to undo 5 years' worth of #unconsciousbias in the workplace - @icopaolo at #wwffuller #diversityandinclusion
WWF Action Team 06/12/2018 05:09
[email protected]_sharma: There is very little evidence that isolated initiatives lead to systemic change. Need to look at collective impact #WWFfuller
http://pic.twitter.com/NZC8k50RzU
.@andi_sharma: There is very little evidence that isolated initiatives lead to systemic change. Need to look at collective impact #WWFfuller <br>http://pic.twitter.com/NZC8k50RzU
brendan fisher 06/12/2018 05:02
@JerrySeinfeld was wrong. "Everyone needs a pony." Great stuff going on at #wwffuller to improve the state of the planet. Ponies will help. https:// twitter.com/louiseglew/sta tus/1070721378557546497   …
Kelly Claborn 06/12/2018 03:52
@BannyBanerjee driving home the seemingly simple, but critical point: every system is perfectly designed to get the outcomes that it gets -- if you don’t like the outcomes, change the system. #WWFFuller
Bryan Nguyen 06/12/2018 03:41
Conservation and development communities are coupled, but each have trouble seeing that both are part of the same system. – Banny Banerjee, Stanford ChangeLabs #WWFFuller
http://pic.twitter.com/3SEjZ3LqoM
Conservation and development communities are coupled, but each have trouble seeing that both are part of the same system. – Banny Banerjee, Stanford ChangeLabs #WWFFuller <br>http://pic.twitter.com/3SEjZ3LqoM
Kelly Claborn 06/12/2018 03:33
"Don’t assume that the parts recognize that they are parts of the whole." @lboothsweeney encourages us to help all parts of the system see how to work together for integrated, #systemschange. #WWFFuller
Elizabeth Hogan 06/12/2018 03:15
Fantastic observation by @niksekhran at #wwffuller @NatGeo today making me rethink #marinedebris and #ocean #conservation strategy: @UN #SDGs were designed to be interdependent, addressing issues systemically. Problem: the NGOs working on them usually have a single-issue focus.
http://pic.twitter.com/N0GnVCrAeG – a National Geographic Grosvenor Auditorium
Fantastic observation by @niksekhran at #wwffuller @NatGeo today making me rethink #marinedebris and #ocean #conservation strategy: @UN #SDGs were designed to be interdependent, addressing issues systemically. Problem: the NGOs working on them usually have a single-issue focus.<br>http://pic.twitter.com/N0GnVCrAeG – à National Geographic Grosvenor Auditorium
kavita prakash-mani 06/12/2018 03:07
#WWFfuller system change needs collaboration. To go beyond logos and egos. To listen to those closest to the problems. To fight the sparks before the fire! @niksekhran @y_kakabadse @darrenwalker
http://pic.twitter.com/cEKDVgNK7M
#WWFfuller system change needs collaboration. To go beyond logos and egos. To listen to those closest to the problems. To fight the sparks before the fire! @niksekhran @y_kakabadse @darrenwalker<br>http://pic.twitter.com/cEKDVgNK7M
Paul Johnson 06/12/2018 02:45
#WWFfuller Topics like interdisciplinary, multi-stakeholder, community driven conservation, have been taught at universities for the past 2 decades. Why are these topics still rebranded and discussed as revolutionary, and why are they not standard throughout the cons. community?
Laura Pereira 06/12/2018 01:30
Here at #WWFfuller 2 talk about #systems approaches to #foodinequality and #Sustainability. Drawing on #tlabs in #southafrica with @SAFoodlab @CentreforCST and #transformativespaces with @stepscentre and @sthlmresilience #systemsapproach Representing @FoodPolicyCity thanks 2 @WWF
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