The Berlin Sustainability Talk is a seminar at the Environmental Policy Research Centre (ffu). It presents a forum for discussion and exchange about ongoing research projects and recent trends in environmental policy. The seminar shall enhance unconventional thinking and the development of new ideas. We invite our guests to animate the discussion by introducing a (bold) hypothesis, a new research question or by identifying blind spots in the literature. The Berlin Sustainability Talks present and discuss research findings, research problems and hypotheses as well as current trends in environmental policy research.
At the beginning of the seminar usually a short stimulating talk will be given leading into a frank and constructive discussion. The presentations will be conducted by employees and Ph.D. students of the Environmental Policy Research Centre as well as by guests from other scientific institutions.
The Berlin Sustainability Talk is open to the general public. Registering beforehand is not necessary. If you have any questions regarding the seminar, please contact Jan Beermann or Klaus Jacob. If you are interested in joining the mailing list you can do so by filling in the form.