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2023 Radboud Conference on Earth System Governance

We are delighted to invite you to the 2023 Radboud Conference on Earth System Governance, Nijmegen, The Netherlands. Next year's conference will take place in-person, with virtual access and presentations…

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taskforces and working groups

Through these groups, we engage substantively with key issues of global environmental change confronting contemporary societies.

Taskforce on Knowledge Cumulation

The Earth System Governance ‘Taskforce on Knowledge Cumulation’ seeks to bring together scholars that share a common interest in making…

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Taskforce on Earth System Law
The Task Force on Earth System Law is composed of a large member network worldwide, which accommodates an interdisciplinary community of scientists focusing on the legal challenges of the Anthropocene and the many complex, multi-scalar governance challenges arising from within an Earth System context.
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Taskforce on Planetary Justice

The Planetary Justice Taskforce of the Earth System Governance Project brings together an interdisciplinary group of scholars who are concerned…

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Taskforce on the Governance of Nature and Biodiversity

Aims and scope The ongoing loss of nature and biodiversity due to human activity, exacerbated by climate change, is one…

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Urban Working Group

The Urban Working Group of the Earth System Governance Project was created at the end of a meeting on Urban…

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Working Group on Democracy

This group gathers researchers from various disciplines who are interested in questions of democracy, power and legitimacy, and how these…

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Working Group on Planetary Health Justice

Human, animal and environmental health constitutes a critically important issue in relation to earth system governance, with far-reaching equity and…

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Taskforce on New Technologies

The proposal for a new geological epoch dominated by human activity – the Anthropocene – highlights the planet-shaping power of…

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Can the new global biodiversity agenda avoid another implementation failure? The new Montreal Kunming GBF raises more questions than answers

Yves Zinngrebe, Ioannis Agapakis, Elsa Tsioumani, Sylvia Karlsson-Vinkhuyzen, Joanna Smallwood, Johannes Förster, Ulrike Tröger, Ina Lehmann,…

South-South Initiative: Call for Interest

We would like to inform you of the recently initiated South-South Initiative of the Earth System Governance…

Barriers to interdisciplinarity: an early career researchers’ perspective on urban climate governance
Barriers to interdisciplinarity: an early career researchers’ perspective on urban climate governance

  Devon Cantwell-Chavez, Jose Manuel Leal, Anne Bach Nielsen, and Marielle Papin   About a year…

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Dr. Esteban Morelle-Hungría
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