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Qu’en est-il des besoins: reconceptualiser le développement durable.

Rauschmayer, F., Omann, I., Frühmann, J., Bohunovsky, L. (2010).
In Le développement durable, la seconde étape, Theys, J., Tertre, C.d. [...]

Participatory scenario development for integrated sustainability assessment.

ABSTRACT: The paper discusses the role of visions within sustainability assessment and governance for sustainable development in Europe. Currently, our societies (still) develop along an unsustainable path, which results in a number of persistent problems (climate change, loss of biodiversity, poverty, etc.). Integrated sustainability assessment (ISA) is one approach designed to initiate transitions towards sustainability. [...]

New Brochure of the EcoChange project published

EcoChange assesses and forecasts changes in biodiversity and ecosystems and in the ability of biodiversity and ecosystems to supply goods and services and to buffer against climate and land use change. The main results of this 5-year project can be read in this informative brochure [...].

(Deutsch) EcoChange Workshop in Aarau, Schweiz

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Kick-off event LebensKlima-Finkenstein

The project opening event “LebensKlima in Finkenstein” [...] attracted over 100 citizens, politicians and representatives from tourism and business. They gathered on January 19, in the Dorfhotel Schönleitn in Finkenstein.
From March onwards, 15 citizens from the community will be guided by SERI in a Citizens Forum, to develop a vision for a good life in

(Deutsch) Auftaktveranstaltung des Projekts LebensKlima in Finkenstein

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New tool launched to help EU policies go beyond resource efficiency

The One Planet Economy Network EU project (OPEN:EU [...]) has just launched a unique new tool for mapping ecological carbon and water footprint data across all the 27 EU member states.
Over the past 2 years the project, in which SERI was one of 8 partners, has carried out evidence gathering, software tool design

Ecosystems at our service – how can we benefit in a sustainable way?

SERI´s research group “Quality of Life and Integrated Strategies” investigates how we can achieve a good life for ourselves and future generations. This implies that we have to take care of the ecosystems we depend on and use their resources in a sustainable way.

This highlight aims to show how we – as human beings with individual knowledge, skills, networks and relationships– make decisions on how to benefit from ecosystems.

Pilot Project Finkenstein: Exploring people‘s needs for a sustainable lifestyle

Finkenstein am Faaker See will serve as a pilot project community for the European research project InContext.

SERI will conduct one of the three pilot projects in the community of Finkenstein (Carinthia, Austria). The other two will take place in Rotterdam (The Netherlands) and in Wolfshagen (Germany).

Stakeholder Feedback on MATISSE Sustainable Hydrogen Visions and Pathways: Findings from the June 2007 Hydrogen Stakeholder Workshop

Whitmarsh, L., L. Bohunovsky, J. Jäger and B. Nykvist (2007) MATISSE Working Paper 18 Abstract The stakeholder workshop discussed here is part of an iterative process of consultation and social learning with stakeholder groups in conducting Integrated Sustainability Assessments (ISAs) of sustainable hydrogen and mobility within the MATISSE project. Break-out discussion groups and self-completion questionnaires [...]

 

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