“Radical Realism for Climate Justice” published by Heinrich Böll Stiftung, IPE’s chapter on degrowth
Read the publication IPE contributed to with a chapter by Mladen Domazet.
Sophie Brennan is IPE’s second Furman University research intern, following in the footsteps of our 2017 intern Logan Richardson.
We're happy to present IPE's new publication "Commons in South East Europe: Case of Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina and Macedonia"!
At the public debate „Good City for All“ on December 6, we will talk to activists, citizens and experts from
Lilian Pungas represented IPE at the first interdisciplinary food conference in Latvia.
John Clarke and Bartul Čović talked about Brexit, British politics and various other contemporary political and social issues at the
The conversation between Derek Wall and Bartul Čović took place during the 2016 Green Academy and is a part of
“Quiet Degrowth and Loud Rumblings – perspectives from the European Semiperiphery”: research seminar, Ljubljana
On Friday, 22.9. IPE's team - Giacomo D'Alisa, Lilian Pungas and Mladen Domazet - will participate in a research seminar entitled "Quiet Degrowth
On Thursday September 21 from 7 p.m., at Pritličje in Ljubljana, Giacomo D'Alisa, Lilian Pungas and Mladen Domazet are speaking at the "Degrowth:
Dr Giacomo D'Alisa, an ecological economist and political ecologist, a post-doc fellow at the Centre for Social Studies at the
Carlos Delclós and Bartul Čović talk in the first of a series of interviews conducted by Bartul during the Green
Logan Richardson is a senior majoring in Sustainability Science and Economics at Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina, and IPE's first
The Bremen Research Workshop for Critical Geography started on a sunny Thursday afternoon (June 15) with an Assembly and Get-Together
From 9 to 11 June, Vedran Horvat and Tomislav Tomašević attended the International Municipal Summit "Fearless Cities" in Barcelona. The summit
Danijela Dolenec, president of IPE's Managing Board, spoke at the panel "Systemic Alternatives Across Borders - Thinking Backwards from Utopia" at
After Leipzig in 2014, more than 600 researchers and scientists from South America and Europe, as well as Japan and
The third panel of Green Academy's Winter Seminar 2016 had "New Politics for the Left" as its subject. With Vedran
"Political Action: Examples from the EU Periphery", the second panel of Winter Seminar 2016, was moderated by Tomislav Tomašević. The speakers
Green Academy’s Winter Seminar 2016: panel “Avenues of Alternative Economic Thought/Policy in Europe”
The first panel of this year's Green Academy's Winter Seminar was "Avenues of Alternative Economic Thought/Policy in Europe". The panel
Green Academy's 2016 Winter Seminar, "New Economic Thought, Policies and Practices for Green-Left Alliances", was opened with introductory notes by Vedran