Stay tuned for Co-Bio news

The Co-Bio (Co-creating Biodiversity in Urban Areas) project started last October with seven partners from six countries in Europe aiming to enhance urban biodiversity through co-creation. Check out the first newsletter of the project summarising the project’s goals and activities. Currently, project partners are revealing the state-of-the-art of co-creating urban biodiversity in participant countries. For…

GreenFormation contributes to establishing Budapest’s Degrowth Doughnut

To avoid climate catastrophe, biodiversity collapse, and their grave negative impacts on human wellbeing, systematic and radical approaches are needed. We need to replace the current consumption-driven economic paradigm with alternative solutions, aiming to maximise environmental and social benefits and minimise trade-offs between meeting basic needs and crossing ecological limits.  The Degrowth Doughnut model is…

GreenFormation participates in COST action project, TransformERS about sustainable transformation

With the participation of GreenFormation, a new COST Action project kicked off in Brussels on 31st October to help align transformation research. The TransformERS (Transformations international Experience and Research network for Sustainable futures) project is based on the premise that socially just and sustainable transformation is needed to avoid further grave impacts of climate change…

GreenFormation contributes to a new project on co-creating urban biodiversity

The Co-Bio (Co-creating Biodiversity in Urban Areas) project, started in October 2023, aims to support the EU Biodiversity Strategy 2030 with the concrete focus of urban biodiversity. Together with seven partners from all around Europe, GreenFormation will work for enhancing urban biodiversity through co-creative processes. We are responsible for one of the main outcomes of…

Limiting resource use in a socially just manner – presenting at the World Resources Forum

Veronika Kiss, GreenFormation expert presented at the World Resources Forum 2023 Rethinking Value – Resources for Planetary Wellbeing that took place on 4-6 September 2023 in a hybrid format in Geneva (Switzerland) and online. Veronika showed why limiting energy resource use is so pressing, and how it should be delivered in a socially just manner to…

Our innovative game, Decarbonise! is part of teaching and learning sustainable consumption

A recently published book aims to synthesize sustainable consumption related themes, objectives and theories in higher education, aiming to provide a seminal resource for educators teaching about sustainability and consumption. The book will help teachers to navigate the specifics of sustainable consumption as a field of scholarship, and design their educational approaches in a more…