Mladen Domazet will give a keynote lecture at the 1st International Conference on Green Libraries – Lets Go Green!
We are very happy to announce that IPE is part of mPOWER, a 4-year project funded by the Horizon 2020 EU Research and Innovation programme.
“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.
The 6th Green Academy entitled "Moving Beyong Fragments" took place from the 25th to the 30th of August.
Take a look at the final version of our 2018 program.
Sophie Brennan is IPE’s second Furman University research intern, following in the footsteps of our 2017 intern Logan Richardson.
Here's the first, tentative version of the Green Academy 2018 program!
We are very happy to announce that we have finished the selection process our Call for Participation/Call for Ideas for the 6th edition of Green Academy!
Throughout July 2018 representatives of IPE's research partnership will be presenting the first 'donuts' from our sustainability kitchen in the US and Canada.
Apply now for the sixth edition of Green Academy: Moving Beyond Fragments!
Oxana Lopatina joined IPE in March and is working with Mladen Domazet. Her research project explores the association between debt as an instrument of capital accumulation and the environmental impact of countries of the EE semi-periphery.
We're happy to present IPE's new publication "Commons in South East Europe: Case of Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina and Macedonia"!
In IPE's first work report, read about the work we've done in our first three years.
A report on the "Good City for All" events in March and December, organized by IPE in cooperation with GEF and with support of Henrich Böll Foundation.
Giacomo D’Alisa, IPE's 2017 Senior Research Fellow, is working on developing a paper investigating the conceptual relationship between degrowth and the state. He will give a lecture on this topic on December 12 at 19:00 at the Gallery Nova Showroom in