- Children and the Environment
- ELiCiT (Exploring lifestyle changes in transition)
- Foundations for Sustainable Living
- Mapping Rebound Effects
- PASSAGE (Prosperity and Sustainability in the Green Economy)
- Policy Dialogue
- Price Responsiveness of Demand in Energy
- Resilience and Sustainable Lifestyles
- Sustainability Transitions in Food Systems
- Sustainable Living in Remote Rural Scotland
World Social Science Report 2013
SLRG contributing to new UNESCO/ISSC publication
With "Sustainable consumption and lifestyles? Children and youth in cities" Bronwyn Hayward, Ian Christie and Tim Jackson (i.a.) focus on one of the world’s first online qualitative global surveys of young consumers and their lifestyles (read about the SLRG CYCLES proposal here). The discussion highlights how the survey has informed subsequent planning for a new mixed-method global study of urban youth, CYCLES for sustainability. This research aims to equip young people, local and national governments to support flourishing young lives and sustainable consumption more effectively.
Abbas K, Christie I, Demassieux F, Hayward B, Jackson T, Pierre F (2013): Sustainable consumption and lifestyles? Children and youth in cities. In: ISSC/UNESCO, World Science Report 2013: Changing Global Environments (p.357-364), OECD Publishing and Unesco Publishing.
Produced by the International Social Science Council (ISSC) and UNESCO, and published by the OECD, the 2013 World Social Science Report represents a comprehensive overview of the field gathering the thoughts and expertise of hundreds of social scientists from around the world. The 2013 edition focuses on the transformative role of the social sciences in confronting climate and broader processes of environmental change, and in addressing priority problems from energy and water, biodiversity and land use, to urbanisation, migration and education.
The report includes 100 articles written by 150 authors from 41 countries all over the world. The contributions highlight the central importance of social science knowledge for environmental change research, as a means of understanding changing environments in terms of social processes and as framework for finding concrete solutions towards sustainability.
Read the whole report here.