2016 Conference “Transitions Beyond a Consumer Society”

SCORAI

The Sustainable Consumption Research and Action Initiative

Mission

SCORAI is a knowledge network of professionals working at the interface of material consumption, human well-being, and technological and cultural change. Read more…

Affiliates & Partners

One of SCORAI’s main goals is to create an expanding global network of sustainable consumption researchers and practitioners. Read more…

e-Newsletter

The SCORAI Newsletter appears each month on the first day. SCORAI invites its members to post items for the SCORAI newsletter about 1 week before the end of each month. Read more…

Listserv

SCORAI maintains a an active mailing list of more than 700 users. Subscribe to the SCORAI mailing list (listserv) and benefit from the network. Subscribe…

Eugene Memorandum

SCORAI members played an active role in defining the role of cities in advancing sustainable consumption. Read more…

Routledge-SCORAI Studies in Sustainable Consumption

SCORAI members have been actively pursuing a Routledge book series on the topic of sustainable consumption. Read more…

SCORAI Library

We support the open science movement and share our work in our SCORAI library. Search library…

About

SCORAI is a knowledge network of professionals working at the interface of material consumption, human well-being, and technological and cultural change.
We aim to foster a transition beyond the currently dominant consumer society.

SCORAI provides a forum for scholars and practitioners striving to understand the drivers of the consumerist economy in affluent technological societies; to formulate and analyze options for post-consumerist lifestyles, social institutions, and economic systems; and to provide the knowledge for emergent grassroots innovations, social movements, and public policies.

SCORAI Groups

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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…
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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…
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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…

Colloqium

The Colloquium series is funded by the Rasmussen Foundation

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