Climate Models as Policy? On the Political Significance of Climate Models and Scenarios

The EnJust Network for Environmental Justice Issues is organizing an interdisciplinary panel discussion on the topic of “Climate Models as Policy? On the Political Significance of Climate Models and Scenarios”. Friday, 19th November 7:00 pm CET. Climate models have become an integral part of today’s debate on the design of (equitable) climate policies – at the same time, the…

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Panel Discussion: “Environmental justice in Human Geography and beyond” at #GeoWoche2021

EnJust cordially invites you to our panel discussion, which is part of the digital #GeoWoche 2021: Environmental justice in Human Geography and beyond: taking stock and assessing avenues for future research When: October 6th at 2:30 CEST Panelists: Andrew Baldwin (Durham University)Agni Kalfagianni (Utrecht University)Detlef Müller-Mahn (University of Bonn)Özge Yaka (University of Potsdam/Humboldt University Berlin) Organized by: Environmental Justice…

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EnJust Workshop Freiburg 2021 – Open for Registration

We are happy to announce that the conference website for the EnJust International Workshop 2020/21 Bridging research, policy and activism for Environmental Justice in times of crisis, held online from 19 to 21 May 2021, can now be accessed at: http://conference.enjust.net/. The EnJust 2021 international workshop is collaboratively organized by the Institute of Environmental Social Sciences and Geography at…

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Panel Discussion on the Role of Science in Times of Climate Change

Organized by: EnJust Network for Environmental Justice Where? Online Zoom Webinar – access link here When? July 1, 2020, 7:00 p.m. All welcome! The EnJust Network for Environmental Justice (www.enjust.net) is planning an event on Wednesday, 01st of July on the topic “How political may/should science be in times of climate change? In a panel discussion with representatives from…

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EnJust Workshop Kiel 2019

International workshop “Narratives and Practices of Environmental Justice”

More than 60 scientists from 14 countries met from 6 to 8 June at the University of Kiel for the workshop “Narratives and Practices of Environmental Justice” to exchange views on issues and questions of environmental justice.

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