Last year, in February 2019, we published the updated STRN research agenda. Now, a special issue is available in Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions (EIST) with 10 responses to the research agenda. Scholars have identified blind spots and suggested new perspectives for sustainabilility transitions research. Check it out.
COVID-19 We are actively monitoring the global COVID-19 outbreak and its potential consequences for the IST2020 Conference in Vienna this summer. As many other countries, Austria is taking decisive measures to fight further spread of the virus and to support health services, businesses etc. We are extremely pleased by your […]
The STRN and NEST PhD-Network jointly invite PhD students and junior researchers to a School on “Methodologies and Methods for Sustainability Transitions Research”. Update: The next NEST/STRN Methodology School will be hosted by CIRCLE at Lund University. Due to the COVID-19 situation, the program will likely take place as a series of […]