We are looking for two people who would love to get started with transition management but don’t have the financial means to sign up for this course.
Are you interested in working on just sustainability transitions in the context of wind energy? Apply before 16 June 2023.
In research project BIONEXT, we co-develop knowledge on the biodiversity crisis in relation to domains like water, mobility and healthcare.
We are looking for social entrepreneurs & sustainability start-ups to team up with students from the minor ‘New Economic Thinking & Social Entrepreneurship’.
You have until 31 January 2023 to apply for funding and training to become local partners of the SHARED GREEN DEAL project.
A new exhibition on the role of time in transitions starts 22 September. We are involved as curator and by organising transition ateliers.
Are you that person who would like to take this course, but doesn’t have the means to do so? We are keeping one spot open for the fall of 2022.
To get to sustainable and just energy systems, we need a lot of breakdown. This is the topic of this episode with Julia Wittmayer.
Let’s deepen, translate and connect knowledge. We are co-organising a free online event series on justice and sustainability transitions!
In this statement, the IABR curator team urges architecture to respond to socioecological urgencies by considering time in design.
In September 2022 we’re organising a second edition of this course, and you can now register your interest with us, no strings attached!
In this project, we’re creating open access images of what the energy transition is really like. And you can use these, and sponsor more images!
Transitions research has paid increasing attention to the different spatial scales of transitions. This special section considers whether fundamental changes in structures, cultures and practices can be addressed at local or district scales.
Werk jij aan de energietransitie, en kun jij ook nooit de juiste beelden daarvoor vinden? Help dan mee aan onze nieuwe beeldbank Beeldkracht.
That’s a first! At Erasmus University Rotterdam, you can now follow a full-time master’s program in Interdisciplinary Sustainability Transitions, co-created by DRIFT, DIT and others.
It’s not the question whether the energy transition is happening, but how. This Dutch-language masterclass helps you shape that change.
It’s official: as of today, DRIFT is an official knowledge partner of Amsterdam Smart City, Amsterdam metropolitan area’s innovation platform.
Applications for this 6-month, fully online learning journey for change leaders from across Europe are open until Monday 26 July, 12:00 CEST.
Even small funds are capable of contributing to large transitions. On 22 April, Derk Loobach discussed the matter with representatives of around 40 funds.
A DRIFT interview with TransitieMotor coordinators Jelleke de Nooy van Tol and Onno van Sandick, together with Derk Loorbach.