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Workshop climate governance innovation trends in the run-up to Paris 2015: analysing mitigation and adaptation policies

Ingov Workshop

In May 2017 two ECIN members, Dr Paul Tobin (University of Manchester) and Nicole Schmidt (Heidelberg University) organised a three-day workshop for Early Career Researchers which sought to identify and analyse the key mitigation and adaptation trends that led up to COP-21 in Paris. Hosted at the International Academic Forum at Heidelberg University, Germany, the event drew presenters from three continents alongside experts and students based at the university. Participants presented and gave feedback on a range of topics, including the role of transnational municipal networks, small island developing states, path dependence at the United Nations and more. The ECIN organisers are extremely grateful to resident expert Professor Jale Tosun for her thoughtful feedback on the papers as well as to Field of Focus 4 for co-funding the workshop. Detailed information about the workshop can be found on the INGOV homepage.

 

Laufende Forschungsprojekte

Oktober 2015 -

Effect-Net: A multi-scale effect network for hazard identification and risk evaluation of high consumption chemicals in aquatic ecosystems - Drugs, pharmaceuticals and food additives - from receptors to biodiversity

Jale Tosun untersucht Wirkungszusammenhänge für die Risikobewertung von Chemikalien in Gewässerökosystemen in Zusammenarbeit mit der Arbeitsgruppe Aquatische Ökologie und Toxikologie am Centre for Organismal Studies Heidelberg (COS), dem Karlsruher Institut für Technologie und der Universität Tübingen. Das Projekt wird mit Geldern des Wissenschaftsministeriums Baden-Württemberg gefördert Externer Inhalt
 

November 2013 -

 

Innovations in Climate Governance: Sources, Patterns and Effects (INOGOV)

Fördergeber: COST – European Cooperation in Science and Technology, eine Projektbeschreibung finden sie hier Adobe und weitere Informationen über das Forschungsprojekt auf der Seite von Cost hier Externer Inhalt.
 

Juni 2013 -

Cultural Pathways to Economic Self-Sufficiency and Entrepreneurship: Family Values and Youth Unemployment in Europe (CUPESSE)

Fördergeber: Europäische Kommission (7.Forschungsrahmenprogramm, cupesse.eu), eine Projektbeschreibung finden sie hier Adobe.
 

 
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