Our first Summer School on “Pathways to Sustainability” will be held at the University of Sussex, Brighton, UK.
Through a programme of lectures, workshops and public events, participants will discuss how pathways to sustainability are being pursued in different settings. The Summer School will explore current thinking in politics, power and social change, as well as covering methods for research and participation, science policy and the media, and debates around equity, security, risk, prosperity and access to resources.
Two evening events, open to all, took place around the Summer School:
- Tim Jackson lecture: Where is the green economy? Prosperity, work and sustainability ‘after the crisis’ (14 May, University of Sussex)
- Brighton Fringe debate: Who’s going to save the planet? (17 May, Jubilee Library, Brighton) Listen to the audio recording of this event
We will be posting some material from the Summer School on this website, including video and blogs from STEPS staff and participants.
For the background to the Summer School, download the STEPS Summer School brochure.