Mobilising the power of innovation to address societal and environmental challenges.
The Transformative Innovation Policy Consortium (TIPC) was established in 2017 as a five-year global knowledge platform, coordinated by the Science Policy Research Unit at the University of Sussex, the Centre for Global Challenges at Utrecht University, and Ingenio in Spain. TIPC’s members comprise science, technology, and innovation researchers; government policymakers; and funding agencies from Colombia,Finland, Norway, South Africa, and Sweden. TIPC has established hubs in Africa and Latin America and has associate partners in China, Senegal, Ghana, and Kenya. Since its formation, TIPC has been bringing together policymakers and researchers to co-create transformative innovation policies and practices that help meet the SDGs and can be adopted worldwide.
Tags: sustainability transitions, transformative innovation policy, system change, SDGs, climate change