Matthias Schmelzer participates at the workshop „The Ecology of Economic Thought“ at the Weatherhead Center/Harvard University, 03 Feb 2021
He will present his paper „The Critique of Growth in Historical Context“. The workshop will run from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Please register here
„The Ecology of Economic Thought“ is a five-part online workshop of the Canada Program at Weatherhead Center of the Harvard University.
See more https://programs.wcfia.harvard.edu/canada_program/Ecology.
„Eco-sufficient activities under high-voltage lines and alongside of oil shale mines in Estonia“ – Lilian Pungas speaks about oil shale extraction and dacha-gardening in Eastern Estonia.
Dennis Eversberg takes part in the Research Colloquium on Social Analysis and Social Criticism organised by Prof. Dr. Stephan Lessenich at the Ludwig.Maximilians-Universität Munich. „Tension is mounting!? Social-ecological mentalities in Germany on the eve of »Fridays for Future«“ is the title of his contribution.
The aim of the workshop is to discuss the relationships between the bioeconomy and economic growth from a multidisciplinary and global perspective. We want to foster an exchange between debates on the ecological and social implications of the bioeconomy and critical debates on sustainable growth, green growth and degrowth.
Venue: Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, Germany
At the second status meeting of the research program “Bioeconomy as Societal Change” previous work and already existing results will be presented by the four junior research groups. The second meeting focuses on concrete project progress and intermediate statuses.
The four research groups within the funding program “Bioeconomy as Societal Change” met on May 2017 in Berlin to present their project, to network and to exchange ideas. The discussions covered challenges of interdisciplinary research, methods and theories, within the area of bioeconomy and societal transformation research.
The first status meeting was held the 9th of May at the Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and was organized by the Project Management Jülich (PTJ) and supported by the BMBF. more