TransLACASAF webinar on the theme of informality. How can transitions scholars include and conceptualize “informal” institutions, routines and networks? 17 October 2017, 3-4pm (CEST). Presenters are Monica Ramos-Mèjia and Elsie Onsongo. The webinars are a platform for discussions within the transitions research community and beyond, on critical questions that have […]
The STRN steering group welcomes Floortje Alkemade (TU Eindhoven), Anna Bergek (Chalmers University) and Susan Mühlemeier (EPFL Lausanne, special representative for the ‘PhDs in transitions’ network) as new members. We also congratulate Anna Wieczorek and Jonathan Köhler on being re-elected. With 24 applications, we had an overwhelming response to this […]
The next IST conference will be held in Gothenburg, June 18-21, 2017. Important dates: December 10, 2016: submission of abstract and session proposals (see call for papers) May 15, 2017:submission of full papers Year 2050 is just around the corner. From a transition perspective, three decades is not a long time. […]
The 23rd STRN newsletter of March 2017 is now available.
After the successful PhDs in Transitions Conference at Greenwich University in April 2016, we proudly present the follow-up meeting, the 2nd PhDs in Transitions Conference 2017 titled “Sustainability Transitions: Theory and Practice“ 27-28 April, 2017 at the EPFL Lausanne, Switzerland. The event is organized by the “PhDs in Transitions”, a network of […]
The 22nd STRN newsletter of December 2016 is now available.
The third conference of the Energy & Society Network will take place in Leipzig, Germany, from 12th-14th September 2016. It aims to bring together social scientists from Europe and beyond working on energy related topics. We wish to offer an opportunity to exchange ideas and create new collaborations. We invite […]
New network fosters debates about transitions in Latin America and the Carribean, Asia and Africa Sustainability transitions are a global issue. Transitions studies have developed their theories and research mainly focused on OECD countries. Yet, numerous researchers deal with topics related to sustainability transitions in emerging economies and the developing […]
The 21st STRN newsletter of September 2016 is now available.
The 20th STRN newsletter of June 2016 is now available here.