month : 09/2016 8 posts
Understanding Sustainable Prosperity – Towards a transdisciplinary research agenda | Working Paper No 1
Understanding sustainable prosperity is an essential but complex task. It implies an ongoing multidisciplinary and transdisciplinary research agenda. This working paper sets out the dimensions of this task. In doing so it also establishes the foundations for the research of the ESRC-funded Centre for the Understanding of Sustainable Prosperity (CUSP).
FutureLearn study programme: social enterprise in theory and practise
New global study programme with Prof Fergus Lyon and colleagues, introducing students into to the diverse world of social enterprise.
ESRC Festival of Social Science | w/ CUSP event in Guildford
A week-long celebration of the social sciences and social science research, taking place from 5-12 November across the UK, with free to attend events suitable for all ages and levels of interest.
Sustainability and the challenge of transdisciplinarity | Seminar w/ Fergus Lyon and Frances Harris
How can science, business, the public sector and civil society work together? This seminar will discuss findings from the joint think piece on knowledge co-production at the food, water, energy, and environment nexus.
Rethinking the Green Economy | Podium discussion w/ Tim Jackson
Tim Jackson joining discussion panel at "Inside the Green Economy" book launch, Heinrich Böll Stiftung, 19 September 2016
Political Prospects of a Sustainability Transformation | ECPR Joint Sessions workshop, 25-30 April
ECPR Joint Sessions workshop “Beyond the Environmental State? Exploring the Political Prospects of a Sustainability Transformation”, submissions by 1 Dec 2016
Consumption, inequalities and futures | ESA Conference w/ Kate Burningham
Kate Burningham to present paper on sustainable consumption in early motherhood at the upcoming ESA Consumption Research Network conference
Scaling social impact | 8th Int. Social Innovation Research Conference w/ Fergus Lyon
There is a growing interest in design and innovation for wellbeing and sustainability. This was the focus for the ISIR conference in Glasgow with Fergus Lyon chairing a session that looked at how social enterprises and other organisations can increase their impact.