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.