How can authorities better capture the public's needs for environmental information?

Collection of ideas

"Environmental protection" owner ex county councils.

See also my comments under "Stationary info". (I was a team coach at our Design Thinking workshop at Skanstull in Stockholm.)

"Environmental hides" is an attempt to describe a new old idea that I perceived emerged in a group during the lab, but which I do not see described here in this digital place. The idea, however, is worth considering - It has great potential, as I see it. - It speaks to the physical reality of our time, in a new era. For this idea coincides with a security thinking, from eg our authorities and grassroots movements, around our vulnerability in a digital time. - The idea is also the mother so far that it responds to deep existential needs combined with desired information.

The person who originally came up with this idea talked about recovering telephone booths in Sweden. I imagine a warm cottage, an igloo, a heated old telephone booth, a tree house - yes, innovative and fun design, effective design solutions adapted to the climate in our elongated country.

Owners and senders could, for example, be the county administrative boards: Close cooperation with the authorities and close local conditions and needs, and with the responsibility of taking responsibility.

The contents of these huts: computer / information technology driven by pendulum, bicycle or other electrically independent mechanics; survival gadgets and physical map and compass, a puppet doll or a majadock, etc.

The computer communicates clearly and pedagogically what has local priority according to the sender (on the ex start page). The visitor can also search and find information based on their area of interest.

Suggestion: I suggest more DesignThinking labs. Partly to work with the sub-components of this innovation idea. Partly to work with different actors at different levels (eg the county administrative board in Dalarna, the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency. Or SSM, Forsmark, Uppsala municipality, the school in Lövstabruk ...)

Needs-driven innovation is, in my firm belief, the wisest and most successful way to choose for the future. The tasks of the authorities cannot, according to me, be filtered by "what users say they want" because there is a risk of erosion and trivialization. It would be unfortunate for the authority to be said to carry core qualities such as deep expertise, long-term thinking, seriousness that creates confidence among us all citizens. The assignments, so to speak, are owned by the authorities, which regularly informs about what is relevant and thus also "creates needs". similar to the description of the mission / heading for the innovation process.

"Miljöhydda" - ägare ex länsstyrelser.

Se även mina kommentarer under "Stationär info". (Jag var teamcoach på vår Design Thinking workshop vid Skanstull i Stockholm.)

"Miljöhyddor" är ett försök att beskriva en nygammal idé som jag uppfattade kom fram i en grupp under labbet, men som jag inte ser beskriven här i denna digitala plats. Idén är dock värd att begrunda - Den har stor potential, som jag ser det. - Den talar till den fysiska verkligheten i vår tid, i en ny tid. För denna idé sammanfaller med ett säkerhetstänkande, från ex våra myndigheter och gräsrotsrörelser, kring vår sårbarhet i en digital tid. - Idén är också modern så till vida att den svarar an på djupa existentiella behov kombinerad med önskad information.

Den person som ursprungligen kom på den här idén talade om att återvinna telefonkiosker i Sverige. Jag föreställer mig en varm stuga, en igloo, en uppvärmd gammal telefonkiosk, en trädkoja - ja, innovativ och kul design, effektiva designlösningar anpassat till klimatet i vårt avlånga land.

Ägare och avsändare skulle ex länsstyrelserna kunna vara: Nära samarbete med myndigheterna och nära lokal förutsättningar och behov samt med van att axla ansvar.

Innehållet i dessa hyddor: dator/informationsteknologi driven av pendel, cykel eller annan eloberoende mekanik; överlevnadsprylar och fysisk karta och kompass, en pluppdocka eller en majadocka m.m.

Datorn kommunicerar tydligt och pedagogiskt det som har lokal prioritet enligt avsändaren (på ex startsidan). Besökaren kan även söka och finna information utifrån sitt intresseområde.

Förslag: Jag föreslår fler DesignThinking laborationer. Dels för att jobba med delkomponenterna i den här innovationsidén. Dels för att jobba med olika aktörer i olika nivåer (ex länstyrelsen i Dalarna, Naturvårdsverket. Eller SSM, Forsmark, uppsala kommun, skolan i Lövstabruk...)

Behovsdriven innovation är enligt min fasta övertygelse den klokaste och mest framgångsrika vägen att välja för framtiden. Uppdragen myndigheterna har tål inte, enligt mig, att filtreras genom "det användare säger att de vill ha" för då finns risk för erodering och trivialisering. Det vore olyckligt för myndigheten kan sägas bära kärnkvaliteter så som djup sakkunskap, långsiktighet, seriositet som skapar förtroende hos oss alla medborgare. Uppdragen så att säga ägs av myndigheterna som löpande informerar om det som har relevans och därmed även "skapar behov". liknande det uppdragsbeskrivningen/rubriken för innovationsprocessen beskrev.

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