ESEE & EKLIPSE Summerschool Budapest: Impact of your research

November 24, 2016

ESEE Summer School 2017

IMPACT: Approaches and Tools for Enhancing the Social and Policy Impact of Your Research

18-20 June 2017, Corvinus University of Budapest

Theme and Objectives

We invite postgraduate students, PhD students and early-stage researchers to join the 2017 ESEE Summer School. The theme of the summer school is IMPACT: approaches and tools for enhancing the social and policy impact of your research. The event will launch on 18 June 2017 and finish on 20 June, the opening day of the ESEE 2017 conference. The aim of the summer school is to explore and reflect on the real-life impact of our own research activities. Senior researchers will support participants. Presentations, discussions, knowledge sharing and self-reflection will all aim at learning about the possibilities for increasing policy and social impact of ecological economics research.

Duration

18-20 June, 2017

Tutors

Sara Jo Breslow, Center for Creative Conservation, University of Washington Seattle, USA

Hans Peter Hansen, Department of Bioscience, Section of Wildlife Ecology, Aarhus University, Denmark and Department of Urban and Rural Development, Environmental Communication, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden

Carsten Neßhöver, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research (UFZ), Germany

Juliette Young, Centre for Ecology and Hydrology (CEH), UK