Lilian Pungas and Jana Holz, two of flumen employees and prospective doctoral students did their field research in Finland and Estonia in the late summer weeks.
Read two short reports here.
Presentation in the context of the workshop „Perspektivwechsel Bioökonomie: Wissenschaftler*innen und Verbände im Dialog“, organised by BUND, IÖW and denkhausbremen in the course of the Science Year Bioeconomy 2020/21
Research by STRIVE & Partners on carbon footprint of EU soy imports supported European Parliament resolution on legal framework to halt EU-driven global deforestation.
Due to the extensive impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on food security and sovereignty and the global food system, the Food for Justice research group has decided to include an additional case study on these new dynamics in the research project.
The aim is to observe the acute and long-term consequences of the pandemic in Germany and Brazil and to draw comparisons of similarities and differences between the global South and North, with a particular focus on alternative strategies of resistance by social movements and producers in Brazil on the one hand and the unequal conditions and marginalization of migrants in the German production system on the other.
The survey in Brazil started on November 20, 2020.
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Online-Presentation organised by the Forschungsverbund Lateinamerika of the Vienna University
In the context of the following conference: 9. GSIK Tag – virtuelle studentische Tagung zu Nachhaltigkeit im Fokus globaler Gerechtigkeit (9th GSIK day – virtual student conference on sustainability in the focus of global equality).