Registration opens on June 4th and closes on August 10th. Due to COVID19 we had to postpone the registration window. After your registration, you will get further instructions per email and login data a few days before the conference starts. Please find all you need to know for your registration […]
We are very happy to announce, that more than 200 people attended the first edition of the #NESTwebinar series. For the first webinar we were joined by Jochen Markard who gave us an introduction into the field of socio-technical transitions. The next webinars will be with Marko Hekkert, Frank Geels […]
The 2020 NEST conference on May 7 and 8 lives up to its own slogan “Widening sustainability transitions” and is going 100% digital! To make as many members of the community benefit from this first ever fully digital sustainability transitions conference, we warmly invite you to register now for our […]
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 […]
We are grateful to announce the call for submissions for the International Sustainability Transitions conference 2020 in Vienna. The conference will take place from the 18-21 August 2020 (ist2020.at). Please find the call for submissions here. It is hosted by the Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT) and Vienna University of […]
STRN works to improve scientific understanding of sustainability transitions through a program of networking, research coordination and synthesis activities organized around eight research themes. Our research agenda (updated in 2019) specifies the research and policy challenges that the network is currently engaged with. Download journal version at EIST / Sciencedirect. […]