Helander H., Petit-Boix A., Leipold S. 2019. Circular Economy Strategies for a Resource Efficient Food System: Footprints of German Food Consumption, 19th European Roundtable for Sustainable Consumption and Production (ERSCP) – Circular Europe for Sustainability: Design, Production and Consumption. Barcelona 15-18 October 2019
Jarre, M., Petit-Boix, A., Meyer, R., Priefer, C., Leipold, S. 2019. Transformation towards a circular economy of wood – What can we learn from cascading? Forest Policy and Economics, Special Issue „Circular forest bioeconomy – business, economics and sustainability“.
Laibach, N., Börner, J., Bröring, S. 2019. Exploring the future of the bioeconomy: An expert-based scoping study examining key enabling technology fields with potential to foster the transition toward a bio-based economy, Technology in Society. In press.
Laibach, N., Escobar, N. 2019. Sustainability check for bio-based technologies: a LCA review. SETAC Europe 29th Annual Meeting, 26-30 May 2019, Helsinki (Finland)
Lehmann, R. 2019. Der Konflikt um Windenergie in Mexiko. Partizipation, Diskurse und die ungleiche Gestaltung der Naturverhältnisse im Isthmus von Tehuantepec. Wiesbaden: Springer Fachmedien.
Lehmann, R. 2019. Fragen kostet nichts. Die Konsultationen Indigener in Lateinamerika sind scheindemokratisch. In: iz3w 374, pp. 8-9.
Leipold, S. 2019. Can the Circular Economy Close the Gap? The Environmental Politics of Economic Transformation in the EU, SusTec Colloquium, ETH Zurich, Switzerland, 28 March 2019
Leipold, S. 2019. Transition to a Circular Economy, Keynote at Climate in Transition: An Interdisciplinary Interrogation of Global Environmental Change, Institute for Environmental Science and Technology (ICTA) Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB), Spain 29 – 30 April 2019.
Leipold, S. 2019. Transitions to a Circular Economy, Interdisciplinary Lecture Series „Global Challenges: Circular Economy“, University of Darmstadt, Germany, 11 June 2019.
Leipold, S., Griebel, T. 2019. The Circular Economy – Co-opting or Driving EU Environmental Politics? Conference of the Research Section „Comparative Politics“ of the German Political Science Association „Governance of Big Transformations“ 21.‐23. March 2019, Technical University of Munich, Germany.
Leipold, S., Petit-Boix, A. 2019. Towards a Bio-Based Circular Economy? Opinions from the Bioeconomy-Sector, 50th Forest Policy Meeting, April 10-12, 2019, Vienna, Austria.
Lorenzen, Kristina. 2019. Sugarcane Industry Expansion and Changing Land and Labor Relations in Brazil. The Case of Mato Grosso do Sul 2000–2016, Working Paper No. 9, Bioeconomy & Inequalities, Jena.
The objective of this paper is to assess how the expanding production of sugarcane-based bioethanol as part of an emerging bioeconomy affects existing social inequalities in land and labor relations. The paper shows that the expansion of the sugarcane industry in the Brazilian federal State of Mato Grosso do Sul transformed existing labor regimes of peasants and Indigenous people.
Lühmann, M. 2019. Wessen Bioökonomie für Europa? Die Ausrichtung der EU-Bioökonomie nach ihrer Aktualisierung, Working Paper Nr. 4, Bioeconomy & Inequalities, Jena.
In October 2018, the EU-commission launched an updated bioeconomy strategy after a review process. This process entailed the possibility to reassess the overall direction in this policy field. Political actors from different sectors of society and with diverging views on the bioeconomy have taken part in these developments. However, the updated bioeconomy policy remains largely unchanged in terms of its orientation. In this paper, these findings are presented and explained, taking into account the role of hegemonic narratives and ideas, as well as the relations of forces in European society.
Nascimento, N. et al. 2019. A Bayesian network approach to modelling land-use decisions under environmental policy incentives in the Brazilian Amazon. Journal of Land Use Science (2020): 1-15.