Stefan Giljum from the Institute for Ecological Economics at Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU) and his research group “Sustainable Resource Use” have been awarded a highly prestigious Consolidator Grant by the European Research Council (ERC). In the FINEPRINT project, which will run from 2017-2022, Stefan Giljum and his team will develop a spatially-explicit global material flow and footprint model, in order to assess material flows and related environmental and social impacts embodied in international trade and consumption. » Read the full article
FINEPRINT: WU researcher Stefan Giljum receives ERC Consolidator Grant to develop a spatially-explicit global material flow model
Would you like to be part of an exciting new research project contributing to ensure greater resilience of the UK’s food supply? Do you want to further your career in one of the UK’s leading research intensive Universities?
You will join this interdisciplinary team to lead the collaborative assessment of stakeholder adaptive capacity within case study catchments and the co-design of key adaptive strategies to improve resilience to phosphorus scarcity and pollution.
It is time for elections again! ESEE will be holding two separate but parallel elections, one for ordinary Board Members and one for Student Representatives, in November 2017.
This year, the terms of office of seven ESEE Board Members and of our Student Representative are ending after 3 years. Since according to the ESEE Constitution, the ESEE Board can consist of up to two Student Representatives, in this year’s elections, we aim to fill the positions of seven Board Members and of two Student Representatives. » Read the full article