“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 and Loud Rumblings – perspectives from the European Semiperiphery" at Ziferblat, Ljubljana. The seminar will take place in English, and here
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: Beyond a Growth Society", moderated by Ajda Pistotnik. The discussion and lectures will be in English, and the entrace is
From the 24th to the 26th of March IPE will organize the Green Academy winter seminar "Good city for all" at Plitvice lakes. During these three days, IPE will host a number of speakers from Barcelona, Rome, Bilbao, Bruxelles, Budapest,
After Leipzig in 2014, more than 600 researchers and scientists from South America and Europe, as well as Japan and China, concerned with the fundamental ecological, societal and political unsustainability of our society, will gather in Budapest to discuss degrowth.
The Institute for Political Ecology and its partners are opening a Call for applications for the 5th edition of Green Academy 2020, which will be held on the island of Vis (Croatia) from the 20th to the 26th of August
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"Political Action: Examples from the EU Periphery", the second panel of Winter Seminar 2016, was moderated by Tomislav Tomašević. The speakers were Yiannis Bournous (Greece), Pablo Sanchez Centellas (Spain), John Barry (Ireland) and Eugenia Pires (Portugal).
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 was moderated by Vladimir Cvijanović, and the speakers were Andreas Novy (Austria), Zoltan Pogatsa (Hungary), Vincent Liegey (Hungary/France) and Dražen
Green Academy's 2016 Winter Seminar, "New Economic Thought, Policies and Practices for Green-Left Alliances", was opened with introductory notes by Vedran Horvat, Danijela Dolenec i Jagoda Munić.
Call for applications for Green Academy 2020 - Tipping Points was closed on July 10. Hereby we publish the selection results and provide names of selected participants. Selected participants will be contacted by organizers during the following week to confirm