Različiti putevi prema pravednoj tranziciji u Europi i šire
Na večernjem panelu trećeg dana ovogodišnje Zelene akademije predstavljeni su različiti ekološki pokreti i struje te njihova postignuća i nedostaci, ali i konvergencije u izgradnji koordiniranijih i konsolidiranijih političkih projekata pravedne ekološke tranzicije. Jagoda Munić (Friends of the Earth Europe), Vincent Liegey (French Degrowth Movement), Ágnes Gagyi (Sveučilište u Göteborgu), Andreas Novy (Institute for Multi-Level Governance and Development, Austrija) i Dirk Holemans (Green European Foundation) govorili su o konceptu dobrog života za sve, nadilaženju sektorskih podjela i eurocentrizma, potencijalima političkog djelovanja izgradnjom kontramoći nacionalnoj državi na municipalnoj razini i ograničenjima takve strategije te paradigmi odrasta. Snimke s ove i proteklih izdanja Zelene akademije potražite na plejlisti.
Green Academy: Moving Beyond Fragments
Organized by: Institute for Political Ecology (IPE, Institut za političku ekologiju)
Location: Spomen dom, Komiža, Vis, Croatia
Date: 27th August 2018
Speakers: Jagoda Munić (Friends of the Earth Europe), Vincent Liegey (French Degrowth Movement), Ágnes Gagyi (University of Gothenburg), Andreas Novy (Institute for Multi-Level Governance and Development, Austria), Dirk Holemans (Green European Foundation)
Moderated by: Dražen Šimleša (IPE, Croatia)
Different Pathways to Just Transition in Europe and Beyond
This panel will aim to dive deeper into current landscape of various ecological movements and streams in Europe – and beyond – and aim to present their achievements and shortcomings. However, final destination in this conversation is to identify convergencies where potential alliances can be initiated or consolidated strengthening political and social impact of ecological thought and action. From degrowth movement accross environmental militants and activists to transformative cities and other new forms of engagement, we will aim to make step toward successful eco-social agenda for near future.
JAGODA MUNIĆ is an environmental activist, with masters in ecology and environmental sciences from Zagreb and Manchester Universities with more than 20 years of experience in environmental campaigning on various issues from nature protection and GMOs to fossil fuel resistance. She was a President of the Zelena akcija – Foe Croatia (2001-2006) and Chairperson of Friends of the Earth International (2012-2016). She has coordinated environmental CSOs networking ad capacity building projects in the Western Balkans that supported many organization in nature protection and dirty energy campaigns (2009-2017). From late 2017. she is the director of the Friends of the Earth Europe.
VINCENT LIEGEY is an engineer, spokesperson for the French Degrowth Movement and the Degrowth Party (PPLD: Parti Pour La Décroissance). Coordinator of the Budapest Degrowth Conference and co-author of the book A Degrth Project-Manifesto for an Unconditional Autonomy Allowance. He is also coordinator of the degrowth-inspired Cargonomia, a social cooperative centre for sustainable logistical solutions and local food distribution by cargobikes in Budapest.
ÁGNES GAGY is a social scientist, working presently as a researcher at the University of Gothenburg. Her work focuses on on Eastern European politics and social movements from the perspective of the region’s long-term world economic integration. She is member of the Budapest-based Working Group for Public Sociology “Helyzet”.
ANDREAS NOVY is a socioeconomist who has worked in the field of urban development, international political economy, social innovation and social-ecological transformation. He is associate professor and head of the Institute for Multi- Level Governance and Development at the Department of Socioeconomics at WU Vienna and president of the International Karl Polanyi Society.
DIRK HOLEMANS is coordinator of Oikos, the Flemish green Think tank for social-ecological change. Oikos organizes lectures and conferences and publishes books on ecological challenges. Dirk is also editor-in-chief of Oikos’ eponymous journal. He has previously been Member of Parliament for the green party. Currently he is member of the city council of Ghent and within the European Green network, he is member of the Board of Directors of the Green European Foundation.
DRAŽEN ŠIMLEŠA finished his MA and PhD work at the University of Philosophy, Department of Sociology. Works as research associate at Institute for Social Science Ivo Pilar in Zagreb where he runs a project iPRESENT – Installation Project for REsearch about Social ENTrepreneurship funded by Croatian Science Foundation and is a project leader of EU Intereg CE project INNO-WISEs. Main field of work and interest are globalization, sustainability, social and solidarity economy and permaculture. Within those areas he wrote six books and several scientific papers and studies. Last books are Ecological footprint how development runs over sustainability and in 2016 Good Economy. Member of EMES (International Research Network on Social Economy and Social Enterprises) and Coordination Committee member in RIPESS (Solidarity Economy Europe Network).
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