The program argues that sustainability issues in neither the Global South, nor in Europe, should be studied in geographical isolation. Through all kinds of 'sustainability telecouplings', the histories of modernization, inequality, well-being and (un)sustainability in the Global North and the Global South became entangled.
Through a series of workshops, GREASE builds a research network and research agenda to explore the historical dynamics of these entanglements. GREASE identifies and synthesizes relevant literatures, and connects these to ongoing policy and stakeholder debates on present-day well-being and sustainability challenges.
Through a series of workshops:
- GREASE brings together scholars working on relevant resource and sustainability history from different historical disciplines in 10 different European countries;
- GREASE initiates a dialogue between European and non-European scholars;
- GREASE organizes debates between scholars and several societal stakeholders, including resource policy makers and statistical offices working on sustainability and well-being monitoring.
· Andreas Fickers (University of Luxemburg)
· Aristotle Tympas (National and KapodistrianUniversity of Athens)
· Dagmara Jajeśniak-Quast (Europa-UniversitätViadrina, Frankfurt O.)
· Pascal Griset/Leonard Laborie (University ofParis Sorbonne)
· Matthias Heymann (Aarhus University)
· Per Högselius (KTH Stockholm)
· Dirk Jan Koch (Netherlands Ministry of ForeignAffairs)
· Elena Kochetkova (National Research UniversityHigher School of Economics, St. Petersburg)
· Jan-Pieter Smits (Statistics Netherlands)
· Maria Paula Diogo (New University of Lisbon)
· Urban Wråkberg (Arctic University of Norway)