Final Conference

The GLAMURS Final Conference assembled over 120 people, including researchers, stakeholders and policy makers in Brussels on November 30 and December 1, 2016.

Read a summary of the keynotes and plenary sessions.

Find PDF versions of various presentations below.

A. de Zeeuw & P. Zeppini_Tipping points in social interactions and their policy relevance.

A. Dumitru_GLAMURS overview.

A. Dumitru_Sustainable lifestyle choices. Determinants and consequences.

B. Pel_Knowledge coproduction in social innovation. The performativity of an online SI database.

D. Ivanova_Environmental impact of European lifestyles

D. Loorbach_Governance of sustainability transitions. Reflections on science,policy,practice collaborations.

D. Salt_Using formal knowledge representation methodologies to investigate linkages between concepts of sustainability.

F. Avelino_The role of social innovation in transitions towards sustainable lifestyles and green economies.

G. Carrus_New theoretically-informed approaches to sustainable lifestyle change.

G. Polhill_Multiactors and the challenges of knowledge coproduction.

G. Vita_Does pollution bring satisfaction. The carbon footprint of fulfilling human needs.

I. Macsinga_Predictors of sustainable choices in everyday life. Evidence from Spanish,Italian and Romanian samples.

I. Omann_Analyzing the role of bottom-up initiatives in transitions to sustainable lifestyles across seven European regions.

J. Quist_Backcasting for sustainable lifestyles and a green economy. Results from 7 European countries.

M. Finus_Unlocking social mechanisms for sustainable lifestyle change.

R. Strube_Identifying ways of living, moving & consuming that protect the environment and promote health & health equity.

R. Wood_Decoupling consumption from our environmental pressures. Assesing resource efficiency across global supply chains.

S. Smulders_Modelling backcasting visions for evaluating environmental impacts, economic implications and how agents can shape implementation pathways.

T. Craig_Changing the structure of everyday life to achieve sustainable lifestyles. Lessons from an agent-based model.

T. Kasser_Time affluence, wellbeing and proenvironmental behaviour.

U. Pesch, J. Quist & W. Spekkink_Citizen initiatives in sustainable and social innovation.