Living Bridges Talk SEP 2013 – From Oslo to San Francisco

Google hangout with a wide scope – from Fukushima trouble to grounded visioning

  • Understanding your dreams and wishes is a beginning … I picked that moments, you see …
  • When I viewed again I have been inspired by the 50th anniversery of Martin Luther Kings famous speech “I have a dream” for this “image collage of (visionary) dreamers”
  • Unfortunately the local wifi in San Francisco was over capacity – we did have only a short connection to Bert-Ola, who right now is attending the Social Capital Markets Conference





  • Bert-Ola Bergstrand at #SOCAP13 [only short, due to technical problems]
  • Anne Kjær Riechert – Kids Have a Dream …
  • like Carlos she was there, when the disaster happened
  • how to build networks which can tackle with complex issues
  • Bitten Schei – Mother Courage + Girls Have A Dream
  • 14th Sept – Workshop
  • Michael Hartsell – Asian Inst.
  • Fukushima
  • Amartya Sen – The Idea of Justice – also public reasoning – public diplomacy
  • his Nobel in Economics was on Welfare Econ
  • There is a Social Innovation Youth Camp in Seoul, Oct. 4-6 – The Asia Institute will be there with the topic on Fukushima for youth dialogues
  • event: SEP 7th – map sprint
  • join to support
  • CANCELLED – Robert Axelson, Knowledge and collaboration for Sustainable Landscapes
  • CANCELLED – Faruq Hunter – Geeks Gone Global


Foreign Policy in Focus article on Fukushima

Core 77: Geiger counter readings around Japan

Impact Japan from Anne’ (crowd project)

To understand how galaxies formed we need your help to classify them according to their shapes.


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