Linda Geßner

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Linda is a communication designer with an interdisciplinary background in social psychology and political science, business administration and economics. In CUSP she responsible for the web development and editorial management of the website and social media platforms. She is leading on event communications, and directing the visual language of the Centre.

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Sustainability and HM Treasury inquiry | Evidence submission

The Environmental Audit Committee has invited written evidence on the role of HM Treasury in relation to sustainable development and environmental protection, CUSP submitted a response.

Earth Jurisprudence through Substantive Constitutional Rights of Nature?

With their latest publication, Nathalie Rühs and CUSP Co-Investigator Aled Jones look at the role and rule of law in the making of society and the arguments for a paradigm shift from an Anthropocentric ontology to a more Earth-centered one.

Debt, Growth and Sustainability | CUSP lecture w/ Adair Turner

Launching our Lecture Series, Adair Turner gave an inspiring talk on #SustainableFinance at the University of Surrey. One of the most respected thinkers on financial reform, Adair explores the financial innovations needed to deliver sustainability. Video and audio available now.

Growth in Transition Conference 2016 | w/ Tim Jackson

This year's Growth in Transition Conference focuses on three key subject areas: Constraints, Transformation and Development. Tim Jackson will give a keynote lecture on Flourishing within Limits - The Foundations for a Sustainable Prosperity.

Inequality in cultural production and cultural consumption | Kate Oakley and Dave O’Brien

Inequality has become essential to understanding contemporary society. The article by Kate Oakley and Dave O’Brien considers inequality and cultural value from two points of view: how cultural value is consumed and how it is produced.

Imagining Better – a festival of creative thinking

Professor Oakley will be in conversation about Cultural Policies, Regional Development and Inequalities drawing on her extensive research into the recent culture of New Labour, whilst also posing questions about what might be the culture of the Northern Powerhouse.