Time: Thursdays from 18:00 to 20:00,
First session: 12 April 2018,
Location: RCC, Leopoldstr. 11a, 4th floor conference room.
Credit Points: 3 ECTS (pass/fail)
Photo Credit: Ursula Münster.
Professors from across LMU Munich—who are incidentally all members of the academic board of the Doctoral Program in Environment and Society—present this lecture series, which showcases research into environmental questions from history, law, theology, sociology, geography, anthropology, and geology.
Our current program:
Ecological Crises and Slow Hope for the Future
Doing More with Less? Critical Approaches to Sustainable Consumption
Epistemic Logic and Everyday Practices: The Evolution of Energy Consumption in Private Households
Where Does All the Waste Go? Ghost Acres, Garbage Imperialism, and the Global Waste Economy
Climate Policy—A Social Dilemma?
Making the Blue Economy
Back to Nature? Ecotourism and Indigeneity in Mexico
A Cold Empire: Exploring Frost, Ice, and Snow in Russian History.
From Human Ecology to Ecological Humanity: Environmental Ethics in the Anthropocene
The Anthropocene: A Challenge to the Environmental Humanities
The Limits of Plate Tectonics: Landscapes, Earthquakes, and Volcanoes in Continental Interiors