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This interdisciplinary workshop invites energy system modellers with curiosity about inclusion of social aspects and social scientists open to explore links between their work on energy issues and energy system modelling to explore new ways to model energy systems.
Welcome to a workshop with three Czech environmentalists
Join us for a discussion on the future of EU-China relations, the BRI, climate change and the SDGs.
What are the connections between food production and pandemics? 6 experts give their perspectives.
The objective of this interdisciplinary course is to critically approach the relationship between food production and food consumption and pandemics in an environmental perspective.
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Climate change, energy transition and future disruptive technologies present opportunities and challenges in the 21st century. What role can China play in global energy transitions and investments in low carbon development?
Professor Vincent Duclos (UQAM) will discuss the Pan-African e-Network Project with Professor Dan Banik and Professor Renu Modi.
Mphil Maren Olene Kloster at Institute of Health and Society will be defending the thesis Navigating a contested field. Reproductive health and NGO practices in Malawi for the degree of PhD (Philosophiae Doctor).
Webinar discussing the recent Chinese white paper on poverty eradication.
Can academic flying be justified in the face of a climate crisis? How can academia change its air travelling habit? Join us in the second Include Lunch seminar, with political scientist Sebastian Jäckle and sociologist Mimi Sheller.
In this very first Include Lunch seminar, we have invited Professor and Include advisory board member Roger Keil to share some thoughts for inspiration.
The cancelled ASIANET conference goes online and becomes Asia Week: five days of digital talks and panels, all on the challenges of sustainability in Asia.
How is energy demand made, how does it change and how can it be steered? Join us in the first Hal Wilhite Memorial Lecture with Elizabeth Shove.
What are the most important transnational political determinants of health inequity as we enter the final decade of the SDG era, and how can we best address them?