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Go to Our cities rock the SDGs! (Dis-) covering SDG solutions everywhere!

Our cities rock the SDGs! (Dis-) covering SDG solutions everywhere!

My City Rocks the SDGs is a global initiative with the goal of finding, sharing and promoting existing local SDG solutions together with the cities of this world – so that we can reach the Agenda 2030 in time!

Go to Just Sustainabilities

Just Sustainabilities

Co-sponsored by SCORAI. The talk was by Julian Agyeman on “Just Sustainabilities in Policy, Planning and Practice.” It took place on November 8, 2018 at Dalhousie University’s College of Sustainability in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

Go to Good Life Goals

Good Life Goals

Go to Some Questions about the Ten-Hour Week

Some Questions about the Ten-Hour Week

I have posted at EconoSpeak a transcript of the conversation on SCORAI about my blog post on the IPCC report and the Ten Hour week. Thanks to Tom Love, John de Graaf, Anna Berka and Bill Rees for permission to reproduce their comments and questions. — Cheers, Tom Walker (Sandwichman)

Recent SCORAI News

SCORAI acts Worldwide

SCORAI China

SCORAI China, a new member of SCORAI family, was launched at the International Workshop on Sustainable Consumption Research in China on November 16, 2014 at Renmin University of China in Beijing…

SCORAI Europe

SCORAI Europe aims to support a community that contributes forward-thinking, innovative research in the area of sustainable consumption, while also bridging academic research with mainstream thinking and policy making…

SCORAI Israel

SCORAI Israel is a network of researchers and stakeholders who are interested in the interface between material consumption, technological and cultural transformations, and human wellbeing…

Colloquium

The Colloquium series is funded by the Rasmussen Foundation. Click here to watch the series.