Participate in 2030 Compass CoLab
Compass CoLab is a project of the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence and Stockholm Environment Institute. It seeks to elicit the perspectives of experts on potential interactions between the goals in the UN’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The results of the exercise will inform the deliberations of an Expert Panel that will be considering SDG interactions in parallel, and selection online contributions will be used to populate a respository of interactions that will be made available to policy makers, business executives, and NGO officials.
The project is running a pilot with a small group of experts in September 2019 and plans to run an exercise with a large number of experts in early 2020.
Learn more about 2030 Compass CoLab, the prerequisites for participation , and participant recognition. Are you, or someone you know, knowledgeable about the SDGs and willing to share perspectives on potential interactions between them by participating for 1-2 hours per week in an online exercise? If so, please complete the form below.
Prerequisites for Participation
We seek experts with in-depth knowledge of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and potential interactions between them. The 2030 Compass CoLab exercise will be run for approximately four weeks early in 2020. Participants will be encouraged to visit the project’s online platform at least three times per week and spend at least one hour contributing their own ideas and commenting on the submissions of other experts.
All participants who wish to be acknowledged as contributors to 2030 Compass CoLab will be listed on the site, in reports that summarize findings from the online exercise, and in the online software tool that will disseminate the findings from the project.