Opening new ideas in new audiences. Preparing a contribution for a Chinesse journal on trans-disciplinarity in the analysis of urban contexts.
Ver en: Galician SpanishThe UN established World Environment Day in 1972 and it was first celebrated in the city of […]
Bulletin of People-Enviromental Studies: Moving from interdisciplinary to transdisciplinary contributions. Defining characteristic: Transcendence.
Vicente Lopez Chao, a new PhD in our team. I appreciate his efforts in doing this dissertation where he has connected space design and other socio-physical variables to the teaching-learning process. Vicente is a brilliant architect and researcher who followed the tradition of Architectural Psychology started in the sixties. He got the highest qualification from the committee and made a very good defense. We will find an application for transfering this knowledge to the educational policy area which we are now working with at the Parliament.
Discussing and analysing proposals for dealing with climate change and the mitigation of its impacts. With representatives of Alliance for Climate (WWF, Greenpeace, SEO/Birdlife, Ecologists in Action, Unions).
GLAMURS FINAL CONFERENCE – Making time for sustainability: unlocking transformation towards sustainable lifestyles and a green economy in Europe.
When: Nov. 30 – Dec. 1, 2016
Where: Brussels, Diamant Conference Centre
80 Bd. A. Reyers LN / 1030 Brussels
This year the GLAMURS Project is finalizing its programme of research with many interesting results on transitions to sustainable lifestyles and a green economy.
Want to find out more or spread the word about #GLAMURS research conducted in your home country during the last few years?
Four new Briefing Sheets conclude the results of the Case Study Regions in Spain, Romania, Germany and Austria, written in Galician, Romanian and German respectively. Keep an eye out for upcoming publications for the other Case Studies to be released soon!
Fourteen years ago, one day after the disaster of the Prestige tanker, an army of more than 100 social psychology students became volunteers in the research designed from the People-Environment Research Group, which included a survey with interviews from a sample of affected people, neighbors, and volunteers.