Environmental social science research group

We’re a research and development enterprise working on the boundaries of environmental and social sciences with a transdisciplinary approach.

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SciCafe 2.0

SciCafe 2.0 aimed to support participative exchange and knowledge co-generation between researchers and the public.

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OpenNESS

OpenNESS aimed to translate the concepts of Natural Capital and Ecosystem Services into operational frameworks.

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TRANSIT

We are developing a theory on Transformative Social Innovation, involving new ways of doing, organizing, framing, and/or knowing.

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CLIMSAVE

CLIMSAVE aimed to assess the climate policy of European countries.

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Ecosystem services on the ground

How are ecosystem services understood, managed and co-created at local level? Major insights from our OpenNESS field work and previous ecosystem service related projects were shared at the 12th ESEE conference.

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Beyond the Lab: The DIY Science Revolution exhibition opening

ESSRG, Impact Hub, and F|M|E Fenntartható Magyar Egészségügyért Egyesület cordially invites you to the opening of the „Beyond the Lab: The DIY Science Revolution” exhibition at 7 pm. June 20, 2017.

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Sparks at the Night of the Museums

Visit the the Sparks exhibition at the Night of the Museums as well, between 4 pm and 9 pm at June 24, 2017!

 

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The campaigner for clean air

In connection with the “Beyond the Lab: the DIY Science Revolution” exhibition you can see from June 20th in Budapest, we’d like to introduce you to Shazia, the citizen scientist working for clean air on the streets of London.

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Patients doing it for themselves

In connection with the “Beyond the Lab: the DIY Science Revolution” exhibition you can see from June 20th in Budapest, we’d like to introduce you to health hacking, this exciting but relatively unknown approach to one’s own healthcare, showcased by many of our exhibitors.

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The diabetes hacker

In connection with the “Beyond the Lab: the DIY Science Revolution” exhibition you can see from June 20th in Budapest, we’d like to introduce you to Tim, the diabetes hacker who became frustrated that research and innovation are not delivering results fast enough, and not catering to his needs.

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