On March 6 and 7, Prof. Doris Fuchs takes part in the kick-off event of the research project INCITE-DEM in Lisbon. The project, in which the ZIN spokesperson is leading a sub-project together with Prof. Oliver Treib and Prof. Bernd Schlipphak, is supported by the Horizon Programme of the EU and will run in the period March 2023 - February 2026. | Continue
In this first scientific reflection on the concept of consumption corridors, scientist Dr. Minna Kanerva concludes that consumption corridors are an important tool for the transition to a sustainable economic system. Further, she concludes that the concept is a next necessary step for policy in the present. We invite you to read the full article: https://imperia.uni-muenster.de/imperia/md/content/fuchs/minna_s_perspective.docx
From June 14 to 17, Prof Doris Fuchs and faculty members Halliki Krenin, PhD and Victoria Hasenkamp participated in the 14th conference of the ESEE (European Society for Ecological Economics) in Pisa. The conference with an economic focus took place under the motto "Will Achilles catch up with the tortoise? It's high time for transformative action on sustainability" and pointed out the imperative need for society-wide change towards sustainability in different contexts in order to break out of the vicious circle of currently largely unsustainable reality that political actors are pursuing. Especially the engagement of science and civil society was discussed in terms of transfomative, innovative approaches. | Read more
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