Ingmar Lippert has been invited by by the Board of Students of the course Environmental and Resource Management of Brandenburg University of Technology, Germany to carry out a role play with students on "How do you define your company's CO2 Balance?"
Anup Sam Ninan has been invited by by the Board of Students of the course Environmental and Resource Management of Brandenburg University of Technology, Germany to give a paper on "Climate Change as Sites of Politics".
Initiator and Founding member of the Environment, Management and Society Research Group.
Since August 2012, Ingmar Lippert is contributing to the cluster of STS and Climate Change researchers at Tembusu College, National University of Singapore and is member of the Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences' STS Cluster. Focused on Science and Technology Studies, Ingmar did his PhD Enacting Environments on Agents of Ecological Modernisation and their practices of enacting carbon emission realities supervised by the Chair for Sociology, Christoph Lau, of Augsburg University (Germany) and Lucy Suchman from Lancaster University's Centre for Science Studies. He did his undergraduate studies at Brandenburg University of Technology (Germany) and Bosporus University (Turkey) and graduated in Environmental and Resource Management.
In the past our activities have been supported by the Institute for Advanced Studies on Science, Technology and Society (IAS-STS) and several bodies of Brandenburg University of Technology: the Board of Students of the international study course "Environmental and Resource Management" (B.Sc./M.Sc./Ph.D), the Friends of The University Association, and the Students Union's UmweltEuro Fund. Between 2011 and 2012 we are co-operating with Bielefeld University's Centre for Interdisciplinary Research for carrying out the 2012 workshop "how do you manage?".
Institute for Advanced Studies on Science, Technology and Society (IAS-STS)
The Board of Students of the international Programme "Environmental and Resource Management" (B.Sc./M.Sc./Ph.D)
Friends of The University Association
Environmental Management: More of the Same or Time for Change?
Confronting the Manageability Paradigm
Date: 11 – 13th January 2008
Location: Brandenburg University of Technology, Cottbus, Germany
We are grateful to the participants of the workshop for contributing their studies and critical comments. The workshop was visited well by local students of Brandenburg University of Technology (which runs a study course "Environmental and Resource Management").
Aspects for ERM Students
Several thoughts are worth noting:
First of all, you are very welcome to submit a proposal for the workshop. For the kind of questions which the workshop poses the library has some (of the most) relevant books. Check this list of books.
Second, you might be interested in getting credit points for participating in the workshop. If this is the case, contact Ingmar Lippert (lippert /at/ sts.tugraz.at) or the Board of Students.
List Compiled Oct. 2007 by Ingmar Lippert
This list includes books available in the library of BTU Cottbus (Germany)
focussing on a critical perspective on the environment and research into
- Studying Management
- "Studying" How to research?
- Taking alternative perspectives to EM Research
- Contextualizing EM