The technological revolution of the past decade has brought many unintended consequences, but it may also be our only hope for reversing industrialization's effects on climate change and creating more equitable futures globally.
Data is enabling companies and individuals to find solutions to technological, environmental and social issues--from disease outbreaks to building more resilient, productive food systems--and helping shape a more sustainable future. But what do you define as data and helpful information?
What can be learned from data findings around the state of climate, food, water and social issues?
Join MistyWest and Core77 for a panel discussion with experts in design and technology on how we can make use of data to successfully contribute to social good--both on a personal and corporate level.
Moderated by Allison Fonder, Senior Producer at Core77
OLEHA RIDEN, Principal at MistyWest
Oleha studied Environmental Science at the University of Ottawa and has a decade of experience in corporate, government, and start-up environments. She is an avid cyclist and draws inspiration from the nature of the west coast, driving her passion for technology focused sustainable design. Oleha thrives in a fast paced environment and enjoys enabling and connecting engineers, designers and collaborators. She is responsible for strategic execution of capital projects to develop the capabilities of MistyWest.