Are you interested to contribute to making citizen science more participatory and inclusive? Write your master thesis under supervision of our experts!
This week, the Energy-SHIFTS project is officially launched. Read here how DRIFT aims to narrow the gap between policy makers and researchers.
This is an open call to all city-makers to share projects that address issues of (un)sustainability and (in)justice in cities. Take our 5-minute survey now!
This new paper conceptualizes the mechanisms of empowerment and explores how people are empowered through both local and transnational linkages.
We are looking for an engaged and outstanding researcher interested in sustainability transitions and in urban food systems. Are you our new colleague?
Giorgia Silvestri and Katharina Hölscher will explain urban sustainability transitions theory and practice in an elective course for IHS on March 4-8.