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New Book „Climate Cultures in Europe and North America: New Formations of Environmental Knowledge and Action“ with a Contribution of Dr. Julia Teebken

The book gathers different social science perspectives regarding climate change and provides insights into the social and cultural construction of the climate change.

Aug 15, 2022

1st TRANSENS Summer School in August 2022

The first TRANSENS Summer School entitled: "Transdisciplinary research for nuclear waste disposal: science meets society" will take place from August 19, 2022 to August 28, 2022 at the Physics Center Bad Honnef of the German Physical Society.

Jul 18, 2022

New publication in 'Sustainability' on the implementation of the Renewable Energy Directive in Germany and Italy.

Michael Krug and Maria Rosaria Di Nucci of the Research Center for Sustainability, together with  Matteo Caldera and Elena De Luca (ENEA), provide a comparative analysis of the development of a regulatory framework for renewable energy communities.

Jun 15, 2022

The future of food systems - What effects do innovations and transformations in the food sector have on social cohesion?

Prof. Dr. Peter H. Feindt, Prof. Dr. Dr. Martina Schäfer and Dr. Klaus Jacob in conversation with Deutschlandfunk

May 18, 2022

Food systems: Sustainable, Social, and Resilient?

The research project “Inclusive Food System Transitions” against the background of the war-driven food crisis

May 09, 2022

Job Posting

Student assistant (40 hours/month) wanted in the research group "Policy Assessment" of the FFN for 1.05.22! 

Apr 11, 2022

New book by Dr. Julia Teebken "The Politics of Human Vulnerability to Climate Change"

In her new book, Dr. Julia Teebken analyses human vulnerability to climate change in Atlanta, USA and Zheijang, China. She shows how maladaptation can have adverse effects on vulnerable groups - creating path dependencies that further hinder transformative adaptation.

Apr 11, 2022

Klaus Jacob and Beatrice John in conversation with Deutschlandfunk on the research project GoingVis

Klaus Jacob (FFN) and Beatrice John (City of Boizenburg) talk about the challenges and opportunities of small cities in designing and implementing climate adaptation measures.

Apr 06, 2022

“The next crisis is certain to come”

Klaus Jacob and Annette Töller show in their latest article how environmental policy can make the inevitable circumventable 

Apr 06, 2022