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Topic: Sustainable Infrastructure Infrastructure - understood to include water supply and sanitation, flood protection, roads and transport, and energy and telecommunications - has major implications at the household level (health, education, and social mobility), at the firm level...
Kann Sharing einen Beitrag zur Ressourcenschonung und zum Klimaschutz leisten? Kann die digitale Kultur des Teilens so weiterentwickelt werden, dass sie einen (noch größeren) Beitrag zum nachhaltigen Wirtschaften leistet? Welche Rahmenbedingungen braucht es dafür? Das von Bundesministerium...
The conference aims at documenting the different processes that turn the problems of climate change and biodiversity loss into economic issues, and then into business or financial opportunities. We are interested in the general dynamics: how, by what means and through what instruments, does this...
Researchers are invited to submit papers under the following streams: - Sustainable Well-Being: Welfare, Education and Health and the Third Sector - Civil Society and Democratization - Social Enterprise - Philanthropy - Corporate Social Responsibility - Partnerships and Collaborations - Global...
We invite proposals for paper presentations, workshops/interactive sessions, posters/exhibits, or colloquia addressing one of the following themes: 1: Environmental Sustainability, 2: Sustainability in Economic, Social and Cultural Context, 3: Sustainability Policy and Practice, 4:...
The Business Systems Laboratory International Symposia aim to address the global economic and social challenges of our times by systemic perspective; shedding the light to the several interactions between natural social and economic systems. The criticalities and the opportunities of our times...
The Local Organising Committee for the 2018 Australasian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society (AARES) now invites Selected Paper, Contributed Paper and Poster contributions highlighting the latest economic research and policy innovations in the areas of agriculture, environment, food,...
Thematic focal points: - Climate change regulation 2.0. Making the Paris agreement work, - The university as an arena of sustainability transition, - Global collapse. There is no alternative(TINA) and the development of a “post- truth safe space?” - Markets, Money and Democracy, -...
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