Research Unit Sustainability and Climate Policy
Prof. Dr. Felix Ekardt, LL.M., M.A.
A contribution in the Global Compact International Yearbook deals with fundamental issues of the sustainability debate: the limits to green growth and technological innovations, the preconditions of societal transformation towards sustainability, the complexity of human motivation, the underrated ambitiousness of the long-term goal in the Paris Climate Agreement. See, among other papers, here.
During the last years, the Research Unit Sustainability and Climate Policy has done a lot of research on questions of phosphorus and scarcity of natural resources, as well as on land-use and climate change - from a transdisciplinary point of view. See, among other papers, Economic Instruments for P, N, Climate, Biodiv.
The Research Unit Sustainability and Climate Policy has done a lot of research on the normative grounds of sustainability - respectively on the theoretical basis of both ethics and law. The most informative is the big German volume "Theorie der Nachhaltigkeit", but there is also a number of English papers. See, among other papers, here.
Since 2007, Felix Ekardt has given speeches and presentations on some 60 international conferences on questions of sustainability, climate change, justice, human rights, phosphorus scarcity, land-use, etc. For details and also for forthcoming speeches, see the list of presentations.
In the course of this month, four studies for different government authorities on the above-mentioned subjects in some different versions - in English and German - will be published (also) on this homepage, see e.g. here.
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Postal Address: Prof. Dr. Felix Ekardt, LL.M., M.A., Forschungsstelle Nachhaltigkeit und Klimapolitik, Könneritzstraße 41, D-04229 Leipzig. Phone +49-0341-49277866 or -867, Fax +49-0341-9260883. The Address of the Berlin office of the Research Unit is: Littenstraße 105, D-10179 Berlin, Tel. 030-809248249.
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