Localizing the Sustainable Development Agenda: Städte als Schlüssel für eine nachhaltige Entwicklung?

  • DATE / TIME:
    2018/09/07 - 2018/09/08
    Potsdam, Germany

    Co-Organisers: AG Junge UN-Forschung of the United Nations Association of Germany (Deutsche Gesellschaft für die Vereinten Nationen e.V. (DGVN)) in cooperation with the Department of International Politics of the University of Potsdam

    Local Sustainability Initiatives in the Global South (Panel 2: “Lokale Nachhaltigkeitsinitiativen im globalen Süden”)

    Chair of Panel: Thomas Hickmann (University of Potsdam), Harald Fuhr (University of Potsdam)
    Discussants: Marianne Beisheim (Foundation Science and Politics)


    • Angela Hahn (UNU-FLORES)
    • Jacob Manderbach (Universität Gießen)
    • Prathiba Singh (Eine Welt Netzwerk Thüringen)

    The two-day workshop aims to attract young scientists from all over the world and to bring together disciplines with experienced practitioners for a cross-subject dialogue and to enable exchange.

    Conference papers will be presented, illustrating various examples, and research perspectives will be discussed by experts and practitioners.

    In a podium discussion, experts and practitioners will engage in a debate on implementation of the sustainability agenda in Germany.

    In the panel Local Sustainability Initiatives in the Global South (“Lokale Nachhaltigkeitsinitiativen im globalen Süden”), Angela Hahn, Project Manager of the SludgeTec Project, will present the paper “Resource Recovery from Wastewater in the Americas – Assessing the Water-Soil-Waste Nexus in a Co-Design Project (SludgeTec)”, which elaborates on and assesses the preliminary results of the ongoing participative research process carried out in Guatemala and Mexico within the scope of the SludgeTec project.

    Please find more information here.

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    Programme (online)
    Preliminary programme (PDF)


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