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ESG Research Trip 2018: Visit to The Netherlands

The Netherlands
Utrecht, Amsterdam, Wageningen
Event start: 20180531
End date: 20180601

Event description

When: Thursday 31 May and Friday 1 June 2018

For whom: Research Fellows of the Earth System Governance project

Where: Utrecht University, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Wageningen University

The meeting is part of the 2018 ESG Research Trip in Europe. We aim to bring together research fellows of the Earth System Governance Project in order to share ongoing projects and discuss new research directions.

The programme includes the following:

  • Update and reflection on the new Earth System Governance Science Plan by Dr Agni Kalfagianni
  • World Café discussion with Prof. Frank Biermann about engaging with the Sustainable Development Goals in earth system governance research
  • Discussion of the Ocean Governance Taskforce with Dr Judith van Leeuwen
  • Workshop on communicating, visualizing and presenting research by Dr Oscar Widerberg and Prof. Philipp Pattberg


For a detailed programme see the Invitation ESG Research Fellows NL_31May1June_UpdatedRoomNrs (pdf).

You are welcome to join the full programme or parts of it. Please let us know whether and when you will join by contacting Sandra van der Hel at

We hope to see many of you in Utrecht, Amsterdam and/or Wageningen!

ESG Research Trip Netherlands organizing team – Badrul Hasan, Yu Yang, Lisa Sanderink & Sandra van der Hel

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