The BMBF-funded junior research group „Bioeconomy and Inequalities“ will hold a workshop concerning two ongoing research projects, which deal with conflicts and inequalities in the context of bioenergy: Rosa Lehmann, researcher of the junior group, is working on a case study on bioenergy in Germany. She focuses on political and socio-economic inequalities from a multi-scalar perspective, as well as on alternatives to monocultures and land- and capital concentration in the bioenergy sector. Samadhi Lipari, researcher at the University of Leeds and researcher fellow of BioInequalities, will present on the topic of „Green grabbing next door: the case of wind energy in South Italy“.
Date: 08.05.2018 10:45 – 1:00 pm
Venue: Jena, DFG-KollegforscherInnengruppe „Postwachstums-gesellschaften“, Humboldstraße 34
Speakers: Rosa Lehmann, Samadhi Lipari
08.05.2018 10:45 - 13:00