Here we list events supported or co-hosted by STRN, as well as events hosted by others if these events have a clear link to sustainability transitions research.

June 23-26, 2019: IST Conference Ottawa, Canada

Accelerating sustainability transitions Building visions, unlocking pathways, navigating conflicts Over the past few decades the damage being done to global ecosystems by established development trajectories has become increasingly evident. In many sectors and regions sustainability transitions are gathering pace as new technologies, business models and social practices begin to transform […]

April 4-5, 2019: 4th NEST Conference

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 4th – 5th, 2019. With all this talk about […]

June 11-14, 2018: IST Conference Manchester 6

The conference program is now available! Link to program The next IST conference will take place in Manchester in 2018, June 11-14. Call for Papers , Conference Website Important Dates: 11th January 2018 – Deadline for abstracts 12th March – Communication of decisions 11th April – Early–bird registration deadline 11th […]

Workshop on Sustainability Transitions, FU Berlin 1

Dear STRN colleagues, We are organizing a workshop on “Accelerating Technological Sustainability Transitions by Overcoming Adoption and Diffusion Barriers in Energy Transitions” in April, 10th -11th 2018 at Freie Universität Berlin, Germany. Thus, we would like to encourage to participate and to contribute to our workshop – for example by a presentation […]

PhD Course Theories of Sustainable Transitions

Deadline for registration: March 31 2018 The Center for Design, Innovation and Sustainable Transitions DIST, from the University of Aalborg in Copenhagen offers the PhD Course Introduction to Theories of Sustainable Transitions the next 14-16 May 2018. This PhD course is intended for students conducting research related to analysis, design […]

October 17, 2017: Webinar on Informal Institutions

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 […]