Monthly Archive: November 2017

Weekly Energy News Update-November 26th

I heard a fascinating lecture this week by Anthropologist Daniel Miller about his new project on Global mHealth, which is very much an attempt to be both theoretical and applied. His speech was very...

Weekly Energy News Update-November 19th

My own schedule has been quite packed as of late, so I think this report about the microeconomies and lifestyles that have sprung up along the coal trucking routes from Mongolia into China will...

Cfp: The living in the socioecological transition from social controversies to research practices

Cfp: The living in the socioecological transition from social controversies to research practices

The living in the socioecological transition from social controversies to research practices Contributions of Environmental social sciences Rennes, France, 20-22 june 2018 “The time of the ecological transition” has come, and the expression has...

3 Postdoc Fellowship at SESYNC (USA) on Climate & Health / Disaster in a Warming World / Food Waste (Deadline December 1)

New Postdoctoral Fellowship Opportunities at SESYNC https://www.sesync.org/news/fri-2017-10-20-1229/sesync-announces-three-new-postdoc-fellowship-opportunities The National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC) invites applications for three new Postdoctoral Fellowship opportunities: One Postdoc will co-develop a research project to address research gaps on the...

Weekly Energy News Update-November 11th

Apologies for a lapse in the Weekly Update while I was attending Aquatech Amsterdam 2017 and taking a much needed but brief rest in Prague. This weeks update is a bit longer than usual. I...