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First reflections on the concept of consumption corridors

In the article "The relationship between consumption corridors and recent sustainability-focused economic models," researcher Dr. Minna Kanerva describes her perspective on the concept of consumption corridors

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


 

Publication of the report "How socio-ecological transformation can succeed"

Cooperation of the Expert Group "World Economy and Social Ethics" of the German Bishops' Conference and Justitia et Pax

In the context of the online conference "How socio-ecological transformation can succeed", the expert report of the expert group "World Economy and Social Ethics" with the same title was presented on June 16, 2021, in which Professor Doris Fuchs participated. On this occasion, Prof'in Fuchs presented her view on the interaction of faith-based actors in the socio-ecological transformation.

Job position

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The Chair of International Relations and Sustainable Development is seeking to fill the positions of two research assistants, pay group 13 TV-L, as of 01.05.2021 and limited until 30.04.2025.

Presentation on bioeconomy at the ICEC 2020

The university of Freiburg is hosting the Interdisciplinary Circular Economy Conference 2020 from November 30th to December 3rd. On Tuesday chair members will share insights gained in the BIOCIVIS project.

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Interdisciplinary conference “Transformation zur Nachhaltigkeit. Hindernisse – Wege - Strategien”, 4th – 5th October, Münster

The conference, organized by the ZIN and the “Akademie Franz Hitze Haus”, analyses challenges and options related to the “Great Transformation”

Fair and Global Environmental Policy with Prof. Doris Fuchs

Meeting of the working group „Sustainable Consumption“ of the German Committee for Sustainability Research in Future Earth with Prof. Doris Fuchs

Prof. Doris Fuchs attends 6th Degrowth-conference in Malmö

What are the central concepts and perspectives of sustainable consumption? What concrete progress is there in its implementation?

Doris Fuchs and Frederike Boll answer these and other questions in a chapter in the newly edited volume “Global Environmental Politics”.

Several contributions submitted to the Third International SCORAI – Conference in Copenhagen

Several members of the Chair of International Relations and Sustainable Development contributed papers on participation for sustainability, driving bans and new consumption practices
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Doris Fuchs as part of Germany’s sustainable academic landscape

Prof. Doris Fuchs is now featured on the “Hoch-N”-network’s sustainability map

Student Journal interviews Prof. Doris Fuchs

Readers learn more about the origin, concept, work and future of the ZIN

„Green Faith“? – Prof. Doris Fuchs and Prof. Katharina Glaab investigate the Role of Faith-based Actors in the Global Sustainable Development Discourse

The researchers from the University of Münster and the Norwegian University of Life Sciences discuss faith-based actors’ contributions to the debate on sustainability

Call for Action: Scientists warn against environmental degradation and its consequences

Prof’in Doris Fuchs counts among 15.000 endorsers from 184 countries
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New blog about conflicts and natural resources

A blog co-founded by Anne Hennings provides space for an interdisciplinary dialogue over “Resources and Conflict”

Sustainable Consumption in Germany – fair, ecological and collectively responsible?

On the occasion of the National Conference on the implementation of sustainable consumption in Germany, consumption researchers criticize the National Program for sustainable consumption

„Hot or cool“? - Experts discuss ways to slow down global warming

ZIN-spokeswoman Prof.’in Doris Fuchs takes part in an international workshop on the 1,5-degree goal
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Looking for the right measure of sustainable consumption

ZIN-spokeswoman Prof. Doris Fuchs participates in the expert dialogue of the project “Nachhaltiger Konsum – Die Suche nach dem rechten Maß” (Sustainable Consumption – The Search for the right Measure)

Becoming a sustainable city with help of the ZIN

ZIN-members participate in the development of an action program for implementing the SDGs in Münster

Professor Doris Fuchs interviewed by German radio broadcast „WDR3 – Kultur am Mittag“

New course of lectures dealing with risks and potentials of technological innovation and transformation for ecological and social sustainability

ZIN 'Breadtime' Colloquium

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Resilience as leading term for the organization of the Great Transformation. Ethical Analyses on a shimmering term

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Baltic University Programme III PhD Students Training: Interdisciplinary-Multicultural-International

Rogow, Poland, 22-26 November 2015
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Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on Climate Negotiations and Climate Justice – open for anyone interested!

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KomMA-P: 'Energiewende' - Strengthen Acceptance

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Current Courses in winter term 2015/2016

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Research Sabbatical of Prof. Doris Fuchs PhD.

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Talk Thomas Princen: "Ending the Fossil Fuel Era: The Politics, the Ethics, the Strategies"

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INTERVIEW WITH PROF FUCHS ON "POSTWACHSTUMSÖKONOMIE" AND THE "GOOD LIFE" (BY RADIO Q)

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COURSES IN SUMMER TERM 2015

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CHAIR'S RESEARCH FELLOWS AT CINEMA "KURBELKISTE"

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PARTICIPATION OF MUENSTER'S POLITICAL SCIENCE STUDENTS AT YOUNG ACADEMICS' CONFERENCE IN FRANKFURT A.M.

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ONLINE-PLATFORM: „UMWELT-UND GESELLSCHAFTSVERTRÄGLICHE TRANSFORMATION DES ENERGIESYSTEMS"

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RENAMING OF THE CHAIR: "INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT"

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Presentation on bioeconomy at the ICEC 2020

The university of Freiburg is hosting the Interdisciplinary Circular Economy Conference 2020 from November 30th to December 3rd. On Tuesday chair members will share insights gained in the BIOCIVIS project.

Job position

481129 Original R K B By Anton Porsche _superanton.de.jpg

The Chair of International Relations and Sustainable Development is seeking to fill the positions of two research assistants, pay group 13 TV-L, as of 01.05.2021 and limited until 30.04.2025.

Publication of the report "How socio-ecological transformation can succeed"

Cooperation of the Expert Group "World Economy and Social Ethics" of the German Bishops' Conference and Justitia et Pax

In the context of the online conference "How socio-ecological transformation can succeed", the expert report of the expert group "World Economy and Social Ethics" with the same title was presented on June 16, 2021, in which Professor Doris Fuchs participated. On this occasion, Prof'in Fuchs presented her view on the interaction of faith-based actors in the socio-ecological transformation.

First reflections on the concept of consumption corridors

In the article "The relationship between consumption corridors and recent sustainability-focused economic models," researcher Dr. Minna Kanerva describes her perspective on the concept of consumption corridors

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