The 11th Sustainability Transitions Conference will take place in Vienna. It will be hosted by the Austrian Institute of Technology.
This year, four new members were elected into the STRN steering group. We welcome Christian Binz (Eawag), Marie-Claire Brisbois (SPRU), Bipashyee Gosh (SPRU) and Anton Sentic (University of Fribourg). Jonathan Köhler (Fraunhofer ISI) and Rob Raven (Monash University) were re-elected. We also welcome Verena Hermelingmeier (Universit of Wuppertal) who, together […]
The new STRN board consist of Lea Fuenfschilling (Lund University), Daniel Rosenbloom (University of Toronto) and Jochen Markard (ETH Zurich). In the future, we will work with a ‘phased renewal’, i.e. one board member leaving, a new member stepping up, to strike a balance between continuity and change.
There has been a remarkable response to the call for submissions, with over 300 abstracts submitted and more coming in. Over the past few weeks we have witnessed first hand the mobilization of the transitions research community, which is truly global in nature. Many thanks to all those who have […]
The CfP has been published. The new deadline for submitting your abstract/ proposal is January-22, 2019. See conference website for further information. Important dates: 22 January 2019: Abstract submission deadline 22 February 2019: Communication of decisions 22 March 2019: Early bird registration deadline 2 June 2019: Full papers submission […]
The Network of Early Career Researchers in Sustainability Transitions (NEST) is excited to announce the 4th Annual NEST Conference (#4THNEST), with the theme “Transitions to where? Shared values and visions for sustainability transitions” to be held in Lisbon, Portugal on April 4-5, 2019. With all this talk about transitions, this […]
The first impact factor of Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions (EIST) is 5.265 (for 2017). Many thanks to Jeroen van den Bergh, Maurie Cohen, Harald Rohracher and Bernhard Truffer for their continuous support for the journal! And, of course, many thanks to all of you reading and publishing in EIST. […]