Better Innovation, Design and Sustainability via Open Source

A session at SXSW Interactive 2011

Monday 14th March, 2011

11:00am to 12:00pm (CST)

The need has never been greater than it is today for action to be taken on separating consumption from the use of natural resources if we are all to thrive in a future sustainable economy.

Nike believes that design, innovation and a commitment to open source data and collaboration will help fast track the work needed to architect a sustainable roadmap.

This session will explore the internal and external pressures that are creating a platform for Nike to start a conversation with the design and development community around the value and application of intellectual property and data to help find solutions to some of the most intractable sustainability problems.

LEVEL: Intermediate

About the speakers

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Hannah Jones

VP of Sustainable Business & Innovation for Nike Inc, mum of 2, type 3 diabetic (aka mum to type 1 diabetic). bio from Twitter

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Andrew Zolli

Daily tweets about global foresight, social innovation, resilience, and PopTech. bio from Twitter

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13 attendees

  • Audrey Matthias
  • Andrew Zolli
  • DJ Saul
  • Edmund Cape
  • hannah Jones
  • Hundert Grad
  • Jacob Lisby
  • Johannes Kleske
  • Katie Davison
  • Mike Amburn
  • Christian Giordano
  • scottackerson
  • Steven Follis

16 trackers

  • Angela Fujita
  • Ben Spaulding
  • Bev Godwin
  • Brett Bukowski
  • Chiara Bernasconi
  • Carson McDonald
  • chloe gottlieb
  • Brian Duggan
  • Heather Alden
  • PF Samuelson
  • Joe
  • Jenn Gustetic
  • Larry Archer
  • Rachel Coldicutt
  • TyKisha
  • Yann Madeleine

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Time 11:00am12:00pm CST

Date Mon 14th March 2011


Salon K, Hilton Austin Downtown

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