Webinars

Welcome to the NEST webinar page! NEST is hosting a series of webinars to encourage knowledge sharing, engagement and interaction with both early career and senior researchers in sustainability transitions. Check back regularly for the upcoming webinars and subscribe to our YouTube channel to watch past webinars (or scroll down):

Upcoming NEST webinars:

We will have a new series of webinars follow IST 2021. Check back soon for more information!

See also:

Transitions in the global south webinar series

Geography of transitions webinar series

Past Webinars:

Prof. Dr. Johan Schot (Utrecht University, NL): Deep transitions – July 8th, 2021

Mónica Ramos-Mejía (Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Bogota, Colombia): Transitions in the Global South – June 23rd, 2021

Marc Barbier & Bolie Elzen (Wageningen University, NL): Agro-food transition research. A brief historical background – May 27th, 2021

Dr. Ralitsa Hiteva (University of Sussex, UK): NEST Conference Keynote: Looking for the urban nexus by going home – April 9th, 2021

Prof. Dr. James Meadowcroft (Carleton University, Canada): NEST Conference Keynote: Pathways and the politics of transitions – April 8th, 2021

Dr. Paula Kivimaa (Finnish Environment Institute): Intermediaries in sustainability transitions – March 23, 2021

Prof. Dr. Derk Loorbach (DRIFT, Rotterdam, NL): Transition Management – February 18, 2021

Dr. Bruno Turnheim (LISIS, Université Paris-Est, France): Regime destabilisation in sustainability transitions – January 26th, 2021

Dr. Lea Fünfschilling (CIRCLE, Lund, Sweden): Institutions – December 10th

Dr. Lars Coenen (WNUAS, Norway): Geographies of transitions – November 24th

Prof. Dr. Niki Frantzeskaki (DRIFT, Rotterdam, NL): Urban transitions – October 27th

Dr. Flor Avelino (DRIFT, Rotterdam, NL): Transformative social innovation – September 29th

Prof. Dr. Karoline Rogge (University of Sussex, UK): Policy mixes for sustainability transitionsJuly 23rd

Prof. Dr. Frank Geels (University of Manchester, UK): Multi-Level Perspective on socio-technical transitions, with a special focus on the microfoundations of MLPJune 30th

Prof. Dr. Marko Hekkert (Utrecht University, NL): Introduction to Technological Innovation Systems ResearchJune 24th

Dr. Jochen Markard (Chair of STRN/ETHZ, Switzerland): Introduction to Sustainability Transitions – May 26th

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