Do you prefer a more hands-on approach?
Check the workshops we are specifically preparing for you.
Updates in the near future.
Workshop 1 – The Climate Action Simulation
The Climate Action Simulation is a highly interactive, role-playing game for groups to explore the different stakeholders and solutions that need to come together to take action on climate change. It is framed by the En-ROADS simulator, which allows participants to rapidly assess the impacts of different solutions to climate change—like energy supply subsidies, energy efficiency, or land use changes – using an evidence-based System Dynamics model based on the latest science.
The game is conducted as a simulated emergency climate summit organized by the United Nations to establish a concrete plan to limit global warming by bringing together government, business, and civil society representatives. This game is a fun format for large groups to explore climate change solutions and see what it would really take to address this global challenge. Participants will gain insights into the factors that affect climate change and what the solutions and possible paths are for equitably and effectively addressing climate change and achieving international climate goals.
Taking part in the Climate Action Simulation improves participants’ knowledge of the actions needed to address climate change, boosts both personal and emotional engagement with climate issues, and leaves participants feeling empowered to address climate change.
Workshop 1 Mentors: Rebecca Niles | Fernando Redivo
Workshop 2 – AI applied to sustainable retail intelligence in NielsenIQ
Review of the main keys of success to apply sustainable Artificial Intelligence (AI) in retail intelligence within the context of the NielsenIQ company. We will identify several business cases in which AI helps to automate retailing processes and increase the impact in sustainability. Some of these approaches include techniques based on Computer Vision (CV) and Natural Language Processing (NLP) for processing data based on images and text, respectively.
Workshop 2 Mentor: Roberto Arroyo
Workshop 3 –
Building Information Modeling (BIM) is an innovative concept, that many have heard off, but few have worked with. With applicability in the Architecture, Engineering and Construction industry. It is a 3D model of a complete process, as detailed as intended, connecting different teams, and sharing data across the project lifecycle. With the construction industry facing new challenges to increase efficiency and productivity, implementing BIM technology has proven to be the path to success.
In this workshop, you will get to know more about this concept and how to start working with it.
Workshop 3 Mentor: João Marcelo Silva