Some of you may be interested in this call for papers for a workshop,”The Greening of Everyday Life: Reimagining Environmentalism in Postindustrial Societies.” It is sponsored by the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society and will take place in Munich, 19-21 June 2014. Travel expenses for invited participants will be paid by the Carson Center.
A bit of self marketing: For those of you out there who are in to sustainability communication in its broadest sense, this recent call for paper for the open-access journal Sustainability might be of interest. Together with Gerd Michelsen from the Institute for Environmental and Sustainability Communication (INFU) at the Leuphana University of Lüneburg, I am guest-editing a special issue on sustainability communication. Continue reading
How do you keep track of the latest findings in our interdisciplinary endeavour called “sustainability science”? Ever felt lost given the sheer amount of information that is available in our community? Whether or not we like and use such labels as “information society” or “knowledge society”, it is obvious that we as researchers are confronted with an increasingly fast-growing amount of available data and information – a development that is not likely to change in the near future. And if we think about sustainability science, its ill-defined problems, interdisciplinarity and complexity, things are not getting any easier. Continue reading
Do you remember as a teenager when you realized that there was more to boys and girls than your parents told you? That there was something you were supposed to know about? Something you should participate in but no one ever explained how to get started? Well, when it comes to publishing your first paper, you might have that feeling again. Continue reading