Workshop Material

Public Seminar on “Sustainable Lifestyles, Social Innovation & Transitions: directions for policy & research”

With the occasion of the GLAMURS Consortium meeting in Delft, a seminar for both researchers and policymakers is organised at Delft University of Technology, in which results from several relevant EU projects are presented. The aim is to explore and discuss the links between sustainable lifestyles, social innovation, and the need of new (economic) models  how this can support transitions to sustainability in order to identify policy options and to future research implications.

Monday 4th of April, 2016

Programm Seminar Delft
Presentation 1 – Ricardo Garcia Mira
Presentation 2 – Adina Dumitru
Presentation 3 – Flor Avelino
Presentation 4 – Ines Omann

Presentation 5 – Diana Ivanova
Presentation 6 – Igor Nicolic
Presentation 7 – Jaco Quist


2nd GLAMURS Stakeholder Workshop in Brussels

The GLAMURS workshop ““Lifestyle and Time Use for a Forward Looking Europe” took place on November 12th, 2015 in Brussels and brought together 40 policy-makers, academics, and representatives of European institutions. Find the presentations of the interactive session below:

Presentation 1 – Ricardo Garcia Mira – Introduction and state of the art 1.6 MB
Presentation 2 – Adina Dumitru Making time for sustainability 1.2 MB
Presentation 3 – Jaco Quist – Glamurs Brussels initiatives 1.2 MB
Presentation 4 – Gary Polhill – Simulating future human scenarios 1.5 MB


1st GLAMURS Stakeholder Workshop in Brussels

The GLAMURS workshop “Co-producing knowledge for supporting transitions to sustainable lifestyles and green economy in Europe” took place on November 19th, 2014 in Brussels and brought together 40 policy-makers, academics, and representatives of European institutions. Find the presentations of the interactive session below:

Agenda 118 KB
Presentation 1 – Overview by Ricardo García Mira 306 KB
Presentation 2 – Co-producing knowledge by Domenico Rossetti 944 KB
Presentation 3 – Reconceptualizing lifestyles: a time-use approach by Adina Dumitru 160 KB
Presentation 4 – Exploring time use scenarios with agents by Gary Polhill 2.1 MB
Presentation 5 – Sustainable Lifestyles: Microeconomic and Macroeconomic Models by Michael Finus 152 KB
Presentation 6 – Environmental impact assessment of present and potential future lifestyle andeconomic alternatives by Edgar Hertwich 532 KB
Presentation 7 – Mirroring – stakeholder reflection by Ines Omann 147 KB


Pressure Cooker Event: “Theories of change in sustainability transitions”

From the 10th-11th of September 2015 the 2nd Pressure Cooker Event of the EU projects GLAMURS, ARTS, TESS and TRANSIT was held in A Coruna (Spain). Please find all presentations and materials of the event below:

Welcome speech by Ricardo Garcia Mira

Presentation 1 – Socio-ecological transition by Domenico Rossetti 1.7 MB
Presentation 2 – Sustainable lifestyles and green economy by Ricardo García Mira 1.4 MB
Presentation 3 – The role of individual and collective agency by Adina Dumitru and Ricardo García-Mira 579 KB
Presentation 4 – Time use, energy consumption and lifestyle changes by Malik Curuk and Sjak Smulders 322 KB
Presentation 5.1 – ARTS Short overview by Niki Frantzeskaki 4 MB
Presentation 5.2 – PATHWAYS Intro by Joyce Zwartkruis 
1.4 MB
Presentation 5.3 – TESS Intro by Dr. Anne Holsten 
422 KB
Presentation 6 – Accelerating sustainability transitions ARTS by Markus Egermann (IOER) & Niki Frantzeskaki (DRIFT) 1 MB

Presentation 1 – TRANSIT Theory-overview by Alex Haxeltine, Bonno Pel, Julia Backhaus, Tim O’Riordan, Adina Dumitru, Isabel Lema, Julia Wittmayer and Flor Avelino 3.6 MB
Presentation 1.1 – TRANSIT Narratives of change by Julia M. Wittmayer, Flor Avelino, Julia Backhaus, Bonno Pel and Tim Strasser 8.7 MB
Presentation 2 – Bridging integrated assessment modelling (PATHWAYS) by Holger Berg, Joyce Zwartkruis and Andries Hof 1.1 MB
Presentation 3 – EUINNOVATE by Simon Dolan 602 KB
Presentation 3.1 – Culture reengineering & sustainable innovation by Simon Dolan 4.9 MB
Presentation 4 – Agency and transitions by Tony Craig, Gary Polhill and Jiaqi Ge 797 KB
Presentation 5 – BIOMOT Project by Marino Bonaiuto 2.3 MB
Presentation 6 – MILESECURE by Giovanni Caiati 253 KB
Presentation 7 – The rise of human factor by Giovanni Caiati 1.5 MB