The Nordic Network for Sustainable Consumption had its second workshop, again online, at the end of November. This time we focused on methods: what methods the participants had been using, how the covid-19 pandemic had affected the methods used, and how to employ new methods relying on online interaction, observations by distance and existing data sets such as social media, archives and surveys. Continue reading “How to get at someone else’s multisensory experience online?”
We invite everyone interested to discuss how sociology of consumption could, and should, contribute to preventing catastrophic climate change. Where have we been and where are we going? The session is based on a discussion paper Sustainable Consumption research: Where should we go from here? by the early-career researchers of the Nonesco network. Continue reading “Citizenship and consumption in the climate emergency”
We held our kick-off workshop online as due to covid-19 we were unable to meet in Helsinki in the beginning of April. Nevertheless, the online program provided a forum for us to become familiar with each other and our research projects. The aim was to make space for reflections on young researchers’ roles in the Nordic region in sustainable consumption research. Altogether 24 people participated in the online workshop during two days. Continue reading “Nordic Network for Sustainable Consumption online kick-start workshop”
We got altogether 76 applications from early-career researchers from different countries. We would like to thank all those who applied! We will inform about the acceptance by February 7th.
The call for applications for the workshop series on Sustainable consumption, everyday life and social change is now open. Deadline for applications is January 30th. Continue reading “The call for applications is now open!”