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Autumn School and Workshop “Rural Areas: Management and Governance”

Event start: 20120923
End date: 20120927

Event description

The focus of the Autumn School will be on rural sustainability, with a particular attention be paid on case study approach in research and teaching, and on scenario integration and scenario building. In this respect the School will be a logical continuation of the Summer School 2012 in the ReSET/EnGo Governance of Global Environmental Change series; the program of that summer School included case study research on five topics – local sustainable energy, water quality, sustainable tourism, land use & forestry, sustainable waste management, with all the research done for the area around the Summer School venue, which was the village of Vorohta in Ukrainian Carpathians. The Carpathian case studies will also be used for scenario development exercises on the Autumn School.

Participation is open to members of the European Commission Tempus project “Environmental Governance for Environmental Curricula” and participants of the OSI ReSET project “Governance of Global Environmental Change”. For more information please contact the Earth System Governance International Project Office

Resource faculty

Brandon Anthony, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary
Peter Edwards, Swedish Agricultural University (SLU), Uppsala, Sweden
Matthijs Hisschemöller, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Agnieszka Karczmarczyk, Life Sciences University in Warsaw (SGGW), Poland
Mykola Kozlovskyy, Institute of Ecology of the Carpathians, Lviv, Ukraine
Jozef Mosiej, Life Sciences University in Warsaw (SGGW), Poland
Ckees van Oijen, IVAM Universiteit van Amsterdam bv., Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Ivan Pirozhnik, Belarusian State University, Belarus
Eduard Podgayskiy, Russian State Hydrometeorological University, St.-Petersburg, Russia
Anton Shkaruba, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary
Iryna Shpakivska, Institute of Ecology of the Carpathians, Lviv, Ukraine
Felix Stolberg, National Academy of Municipal Economy, Kharkiv, Ukraine
Ruben Zondervan, Earth System Governance Project, Lund University, Sweden


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