Welcome to the Sustainable Consumption Teaching Series, where we invite researchers and practitioners in the field of “sustainable consumption” to develop short video presentations on specific themes. These videos are designed to supplement course material, either as an introduction to a topic or a deepening of a specific theme.
Through these videos, we hope to engage students at the graduate level and advanced undergraduate level in thinking critically about (un)sustainable consumption. Students will gain knowledge on a topic, but also develop thinking skills to understand the complexity and imagine sustainable transformations. These videos are also widely accessible to researchers and the general public.
We hope these videos will be relevant to any teaching exercise that engages with sustainability, the environment, economics, policy, development and/or social change, from a consumption, consumer, household or citizen perspective.
All below videos are accessible, at no charge.
|Sustainable Consumption Corridors||Doris Fuchs, University of Muenster (WWU)|
|Strong Sustainable Consumption||Sylvia Lorek, Sustainable Europe Research Institute, SERI|
|Needs, Desires and Sustainable Consumption||Antonietta Di Giulio, University of Basel|
|Community Supported Agriculture||Carola Strassner, Muenster University of Applied Sciences|
|The policy implications of carbon footprints in relation to income||Halina Brown, Clark University|
|Sustainable consumption and social change||Philip Vergragt, Clark University|
|Sustainable consumption and social difference||Lucie Middlemiss, Lecturer in Sustainability, Sustainability Research Institute, University of Leeds|
|Sustainable consumption and energy justice||Gordon Walker, Lancaster Environment Centre, Lancaster University|
|Consumption, Mobility and Life Events||Professor Henrike Rau, University of Munich|
An SCORAI Europe project, made possible through funding by the Swiss Academies of Arts and Sciences, sd-universities. Coordinated by the University of Lausanne.
If you are interested in learning more about this series or participating in a video, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.