Published on Jun 07, 2021
Typically the Earth System Governance Project hosts a summer or winter school at the venue of the project’s annual conference. This year, as the 2021 Bratislava Conference is online: The yearly event will take place 6 weeks after the conference in order to provide attendees some breathing space.
Earth System Governance in Turbulent Times: Pathways to Just and Green Recovery
27-28th October 2021 organized according to three time zones.
From your home office and on the digital space! The 2021 Early Career Dialogues will be held entirely virtual.
The Early-Career Dialogues is free! But please be aware that if registered, you are expected to attend due to limited spaces.
The 2021 Early Career Dialogues is designed to function as a virtual workshop for early career researchers working on earth system governance, with an impetus on providing meaningful interactions and facilitating learning from multiple perspectives and diverse contexts. Early career is defined as a PhD-student or researcher who has received their PhD within 5 years prior to theevent. The Early Career Dialogues aim to:
The Early Career Dialogues seeks to build upon and advance key conversations and insights of the 2021 Bratislava Conference on Earth System Governance. Both events are guided by the five analytical lenses structuring the earth system governance research agenda, as captured in the 2018 Science and Implementation Plan; and a sixth stream focusing on specific issues and challenges concerning the current moment of crisis, contestation, and calls for action across the globe.
The 2021 Early Career Dialogues will have a particular focus on pathways for Just and Green Recovery, given its critical importance in understanding the direct and indirect drivers of socio-environmental problems including behavior, politics, and wider economic systems.
The 2021 Early Career Dialogues is organized across two days.
The programme will be built with global attendance in mind, although aligned with Central European Summer Time for organizational purposes. Each day, joint lecture sessions for all participants will be provided by invited senior scholars of the Earth System Governance Project. These will occur in the midst of the day to allow for participation of a wide array of geographies and delve further into theoretical and methodological debates on earth system governance.
The joint lectures will be accompanied by interaction-oriented sessions wherein participants will be given the ability to reflect on the lecture material, connect with their peers, as well as to present and receive feedback on their own research. These sessions are held in the European morning and afternoon. Morning and afternoon sessions will be pre-distributed in groups depending on your selected time-zone.
With thanks to our Organising Committee
Prof. Cristina Inoue
Dr. Ana Flávia Barros-Platiau
Dr. Marta Berbés-Blázquez
Dr. Stanislava Brnkalakova
Dr. Vasna Ramasar
as well as the ESG International Project Office