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This conference aims at expanding the geographical and thematic scope of degrowth discussions, as well as building dialogues with critical social theories, sciences and social movements.
We delve into economic theory to understand the mechanisms behind social change but listen also to subjects such as political science and history as well as the many natural science disciplines that help us understand the resource and environmental challenges we face. These are times when...
2013 World Water Week Workshops - Science and art of water cooperation - The human rights-based approach to cooperation - Bridging land-water-ecosystem divides - Cooperation across and within jurisdictions and levels for good water governance - local to global - Linking science, practice and...
The goal of the second international conference on Sustainability Transitions is to further our understanding of sustainability transitions by facilitating a dialogue between ongoing research activities, new areas of inquiry, and alternative approaches to sustainability transitions. Hence the...
Possible issues and topics for workshop papers are: - Law and ecological tipping points - Law and environmental management: prescriptive or enabling? - Law and marine ecosystem adaptive management - The rule of law: legal certainty vs. flexibility and adaptability? - Private property, state...
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