LISER researcher joins Green Economies Network
The research network addresses research questions about green business strategies, challenges, opportunities and limitations
LISER researcher, Sabine Dörry, was invited to join the Green Economies Network to become an active contributor toward its knowledge base. With multiple publications and reports in green financing, Sabine brings her unique expertise as well as connects LISER with scholars of complimentary backgrounds who work on transitions towards sustainable economies (i.e. circular economies, smart cities, fossil fuel divestment, etc.)
As the newest member of the 13 institute strong network, Sabine sees the need for new green financing products that are co-created by public/private collaborations. Indeed, awareness is presently building for regions/cities to become smart and sustainable. She hopes her work will help with urban development policies and new strategies for future oriented policies.
Jointly organised with Christian Schulz (University of Luxembourg), LISER will host a workshop in March 2020 entitled: Financing the green economy or greening the finance industry?*
(more information to follow)
About the Green Economies Network
This research network addresses research questions about green business strategies, challenges, opportunities and limitations across various stages of different production systems, as well as areas of consumption in different geographical contexts.
Research within this network will also address issues about how innovation and knowledge development for more eco-friendly technologies and systems are related to the societal and institutional context. Knowledge production, policy bodies, public sector funding and the constitutions of public-private partnerships are also important frameworks for the development and implementations of «green» solutions that covers the need of society as a whole.
The research from the different member teams opens up for the possibility to discuss and include various designs including international, country specific and comparative studies.
*Supported by Riksbankens Jubileumsfond (Swedish Foundation for Humanities and Social Sciences)