Österreichs großer Ressourcen-Fuß und sein globaler Abdruck

# SEC Lecture / ÖFSE, 8.6.2021

Ressourcennutzung in Österreich: Berechnung, Gründe und Auswirkungen, Dr.in Nina Eisenmenger, Universität für Bodenkultur Wien
Kommentare: Dr. Stephan Lutter, WU-Wien; Dr. Robert Holnsteiner, Bundesministerium für Landwirtschaft, Regionen und Tourismus; MMag. Herbert Wasserbauer, Dreikönigsaktion
Moderation: Mag.a Karin Küblböck, ÖFSE
Zeit/Ort: 8. Juni 2021, 16:00-18:00 in Zoom
Anmeldung: office@oefse.at

The future of the European agro-food system in the light of the “Land-sparing vs land-sharing” debate

# SEC Lecture, 11.03.2021

Presentation: Dr. Gilles Billen, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), Moderation: Priv.-Doz. Dr. Simone Gingrich, Zentrum für Umweltgeschichte, Institut für Soziale Ökologie, BOKU Wien

Time/Place: 11 March, 18:15 on Zoom

Registration at umweltgeschichte@boku.ac.at is required.

Reflections on the research project ’Ethics and Energy’: how the turn to bottom-up climate governance also rendered non-state actors responsible for climate change

#SEC LECTURE, 11.12.20

Presentation: Kristian Høyer Toft, PhD
Date/Time: 11.12.20, 11:30
Place: Zoom

The talk gives a presentation of a recently finalized reseach projekt on ’ethics and energy’ (2014-2019) funded by the Independent Research Foundation Denmark. The project focused on how Danish society has made the energy transition from the 1960s until today. A main outcome of the project is a monograph on Routledge entitled ’Ethics in Danish Energy Policy’ (2020). The project was interdisciplinary and conducted in collaboration between researchers from philosophy (the principal investigator), from history and environmental planning.

Picture: dry land on one side, green land on the other side

Transforming Tomorrow: Moving From Climate Emergency to Prosperity

# SEC Lecture, 15.1.2020

Presentation: Professor Jacqueline McGlade, Professor of Resilience and Sustainable Development, UCL Institute for Global Prosperity, London. Time/Place: Wednesday, 15 January, 16h; Institute of Social Ecology, SR 3a, Schottenfeldgasse 29, 1070 Vienna