Abigail Brady, UK
Managed Realignment for habitat compensation:
Contributing to nature conservation or furthering biodiversity loss? England’s implementation of Article 6(4)
of the EU Wild Birds and Habitats Directives at the coast.
Alexander Hoffmann, Germany
Much ado about doing nothing : the conflicts about the Black Forest National Park as a call for integrating forgotten understandings of nature
Andreas Svennefiord, USA
Learning to Change the Rules of the Game.
Institutional capacity for social learning in Helsingborg’s climate change adaptation process
Anja Heidenreich, Germany
TAKING THE TRANSFORMATION PATHWAY.
FOOD WASTE PREVENTION MEASURES IN DAY-CARE CENTRES IN COPENHAGEN
Aude Matthey-Doret, Switzerland
The Compact City: A Dead-end for Urban Sustainability?
An analysis of the Compact City’s Desirability Dimension. A Case Study of Geneva
Carolin Jaschek, Germany
You Spy With Your Little Eye.
Multimedia Insights into a Global Movement from a Grassroots Perspective
Christina Skjolding Hjelm, Denmark
Christoph Aberle, Germany
“We drive until the last vehicle is stuck”
How resilient is Hamburg’s Public Transport system to Climate Change effects?
David Lammers, Germany (study leave Fall 2014 - Spring 2015, graduated in June 2016)
Quo vadis, resilience? Assessing the application of a contested concept within the uMngeni Resilience Project in South Africa
Diana Norena, Colombia
Undermining environmental justice?
Community-Company conflicts with La Colosa gold mine in Cajamarca, Colombia
Dora Adam, Hungary
Growing change. An analysis of learning processes in community gardens in Budapest
Emily Norford, USA
A Tale of Three Cities. A comparative analysis of climate policy formulation in Swedish municipalities
Emma Fältström, Sweden
Thicker than water. Exploring values among actors sharing a water body for effective management:
The case of Lake Ringsjön
Flavia Speiski Dos Santos, Brazil
Building capacity to adapt to climate change through local actor support.
A case study of an informal settlement in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Gesa Langer, Germany
… for they know not what they do. An exploratory review of the barriers to pro-environmental behaviour
and policy approaches to address them.
Gökhan Gülbandilar, Turkey
They Know Very Well What They Are Doing, But Still, They Are Doing It"
Turkish Cittaslow Towns of Gökçeada and Halfeti
Javier Munoz Blanco Garcia, Spain
Farming in the European Union: from organic to sustainable.
An assessment of legal transition based on land stewardship and participatory guarantee systems
Jens Heidingsfelder, Germany
Let’s Talk Aluminium. Evaluating the Aluminium Stewardship Initiative’s Effectiveness and
Applicability as a Mechanism in Sustainability Governance from a Multi-Stakeholder Perspective
Lorena Arellano-Gosdenovich, Ecuador
Private Conservation: Hope for Biodiversity Conservation?
A multiple-case study of private protected areas in Ecuador
Lucian Negrut, Romania
Shades of yellow and green: barriers affecting the liquid biofuels for transport in Romania. A multi-level approach
Luise Heinrich, Germany
An acidic future for Norwegian fisheries?
Assessing the socio-economic vulnerability of the Norwegian fishery
Lukas von Schuckmann, Germany
The Warring Gods of Sustainability.
Approaches to Sustainability within Capitalism
Maja Hoffmann, Germany
Change put to work. A degrowth perspective on unsustainable work, postwork alternatives and politics
Maria Svantemark, Sweden
Organic beef production = sustainable beef production?
An analysis of key sustainability criteria in the sector
Marius von Essen, Germany
Cork before Cattle. Quantifying Ecosystem Services in the Portuguese Montado
and Questioning Ecosystem Service Mapping
Marthe Zirngiebl, Germany
O Steward, my Captain, what will the Sea do to us?
Adding a Risk Governance Perspective to Climate Change Adaptation Planning in Malmö
Mattias Holmström, Sweden
Our disenchanted hope.
An exploratory outlook on youth, climate change adaptation and transformation
Pascale Magin, Germany
Rule of Law for Whom?
Questioning the Beneficiaries of Mozambican Land and Resource Rights
Philip Holtam, UK
Green Herrings?! Looking for agents of Ecological Modernisation in the Öresund region
and exploring their understandings of sustainability transitions
Sara Törnros, Sweden
Moving from Vulnerability to Capability.
The role of Social Capital for Disaster Risk and Resilience
Sarah Costa, Bangladesh
Practical Approach Towards Degrowth Transition.
A Case Study of an Emerging Ecovillage in Kalmar, Sweden
Seth Wynes, Canada
Carbon and curriculum.
Towards evidence-based climate change education in Canada
Shrina Kurani, USA
Forget about carbon - let's go on holiday!
Using tourist values to conserve seagrass meadows
Signe Larsen, Denmark
Threatened forest, threatened culture : a case study of subjectivities, nature and resistance in Embobut Forest
Sydney Page-Hayes, USA
Equal responsibility, unequal ability.
Allocation of environmental responsibility in pro-environmental behavior research
Theodor Aalders, Germany
Fluid Risks - The Politics of Risk-Scaling at Urban Rivers in Nairobi
Theres Konrad, Austria
FARMING for FOOD? Local ways to enhance global food supply - and beyond.
An ethnographic case study from a biodynamic community-supported farm in El Bolsón, Argentina
Tim Tannhof, Germany
Learning in a Changing Climate:
Examining trans-municipal learning processes for sustainable urban planning
Tobias Gebetsberger, Austria
Living on the Water.
A Social Innovati on Approach to Flood Adaptati on Planning in the River Basin Eferding/Austria
Vitaliy Soloviy, Ukraine
Reimagining Sustainability Science for Life beyond the Anthropocene.
Multispecies Conviviality, Meaningful Postmodernity and politics of ‘otherwise-than-power’