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Between dead end and energy transition:
A social-ecological multilevel analysis of transnational biofuel policy

Lectures and conference proceedings 2012

Dunkelberg, Elisa; Vogelpohl, Thomas (2012): The production of scientific evidence on indirect land use change and its role in EU biofuels politics. 2012 Berlin Conference on Evidence for Sustainable Development. 05.10. - 06.10.2012, Berlin
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Dunkelberg, Elisa (2012): Sugarcane Ethanol Production in Malawi - What can we learn regarding the environmental perspective? Africa Berlin International Conference 2012, 27.08.2012 - 31.08.2012, Berlin

Vogelpohl, Thomas (2012): The discursive construction of sustainable biofuels in Germany and the EU - A struggle of different conceptions of sustainability and its meaning. 7th International Conference in Interpretive Policy Analysis: Understanding the Drama of Democracy. Policy Work, Power and Transformation. 05.07. - 07.07.2012, Tilburg, NL
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Vogelpohl, Thomas (2012): The institutional sustainability of publicprivate governance arrangements - The case of EU biofuels sustainability regulation. Lund Conference on Earth System Governance - Towards a Just and Legitimate Earth System Governance: Addressing Inequalities. 18.04. - 20.04.2012, Lund, SE
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Vogelpohl, Thomas (2012): The social construction of a mandatory quota for biofuels in Germany - A discourse-analytic perspective. International Workshop “Beyond Efficiency – Exploring the Political and Institutional Dimensions of Marketbased Instruments for Ecosystem Services”, 13.03.2012 bis 14.03.2012, Evangelische Bildungsstätte, Insel Schwanenwerder, Berlin
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Dunkelberg, Elisa (2012): Sugarcane Ethanol Production in Malawi - Measures to Optimize the Carbon Footprint and to Compensate Indirect Emissions. World Sustainable Energy Days 2012, 29.02.2012, Wels

Lectures and conference proceedings 2011

Dunkelberg, Elisa (2011): Sugarcane ethanol production in Malawi - A 'Real World' Case Study on Greenhouse Gas Emissions due to Direct and Indirect Effects: IEA Bioenergy Workshop, 19. - 21. September 2011, Campinas, Brasilien                                                 Presentation (pdf) | Workshop

Vogelpohl, Thomas (2011): First and next generation biofuels - An overview of potentials and challenges for sustainable production and consumption. Exploring New Technologies Workshop, 28.09.2011 to 29.09.2011, Grand City Hotel Berlin Mitte
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Vogelpohl, Thomas (2011): How to analytically deal with contingency in policy analysis? - Conceptual thoughts using the concept of practices. Workshop „Ideas in Social Research“, 17.11.2011 to 18.11.2011, University Bremen

Vogelpohl, Thomas (2011): The social construction of a mandatory quota for biofuels in Germany - A discourse-analytic perspective. International Workshop “Beyond Efficiency – Exploring the Political and Institutional Dimensions of Marketbased Instruments for Ecosystem Services”, 13.03.2012 to 14.03.2012, Evangelische Bildungsstätte, Schwanenwerder, Berlin

Herrmann, Raoul (2011): Rural poverty and employment effects of large-scale biofuel investments: the case of sugarcane in Malawi and Tanzania. International Conference “Food Security in the light of Climate Change and Bioenergy - Tanzanian challenges for policy-science interfaces in a nutshell”, 05.12.2011 to 7.12.2011, Bagamoyo, Tanzania

Herrmann, Raoul (2011): Implications of large-scale investments in biofuel feedstock production for rural development and poverty reduction – First results from a case study on commercial sugarcane investments in Malawi. Workshop "Bioenergy in developing countries: Concepts and case studies from ongoing research projects", 01.08.2011 to 2.08.2011, Berlin

Dunkelberg, Elisa; Finkbeiner, Matthias; Hirschl, Bernd (2011): Influence of Indirect Land Use Change on the GHG Balance of Biofuels – A Review of Methods and Impacts. In: World Renewable Energy Congress 2011
Conference proceedings (pdf)

Dunkelberg, Elisa (2011): Influence of Indirect Land Use Change on the GHG Balance of Biofuels. Konferenz: World Renewable Energy Congress - WREC. 09.05.11 bis 13.05.11, Linköping, Schweden
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Dietz, Kristina (2011): Klimawandel, Energiekrise und Ressourcenkonflikte im globalen Süden Ansatzpunkte für eine kritisch politisch- ökologische Analyse. Tagung: Sozialwissenschaftliche Forschung in der ökologischen Krise. Perspektiven einer Politischen Ökologie. 15.04.2011, Wien
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Backhouse, Maria (2011): Sozial-ökologische Auswirkungen und Konflikte im Kontext der Biokraftstoffproduktion in Brasilien - Fallstudie Palmöl in Pará. Workshop: Aspekte der sozialen Nachhaltigkeit von Biokraftstoffen. 28.02.2011, Zeitgeschichtliches Forum, Leipzig
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Vogelpohl, Thomas (2011): Freiwillige Zertifizierungsinitiativen für Biokraftstoffe und ihre Berücksichtigung sozialer Nachhaltigkeitskriterien. Workshop: Aspekte der sozialen Nachhaltigkeit von Biokraftstoffen. 28.02.2011, Zeitgeschichtliches Forum, Leipzig
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Lectures and Conference proceedings 2010

Dietz, Kristina (2010): Vulnerability and Climate Change from a North-South perspective - concepts and challenges. International Workshop: Climate Change and Vulnerability. Perspectives from the Social Science. 18.11.2011, Kassel
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Dietz, Kristina (2010): Der Klimawandel - Motor für Wandel oder multiple Gesellschaftskrise? Dresdener Vortragsreihe "Kapitalismus heute - und morgen?". 27.10.2010, Dresden
Dokumentation des Vortrags

Vogelpohl, Thomas & Hirschl, Bernd (2010): Voluntary Bioenergy Certification:  A Legitimate Approach to Account for Social Aspects in Environmental Governance?. Berlin Conference on Social dimensions of environmental change and governance. 8. - 9. 10. 2010, Berlin.
conference paper

Dunkelberg, Elisa (2010): Integration indirekter Landnutzungsänderungen in die THG-Bilanz von Biokraftstoffen. Ökobilanz-Werkstatt 2010. 28.9.2010-1.10.2010, Darmstadt.
lecture

Dietz, Kristina (2010): El cambio climático como área de conflicto socio-ambiental.El caso de Nicaragua. Kongress der Arbeitsgemeinschaft Deutsche Lateinamerikaforschung ADLAF 2010: Wie (un)abhängig ist Lateinamerika? Die Region im globalen Kontext, 1810-2010. 27.-29.5.2010, Eschborn. Thema 
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Herrmann, Raoul & Brüntrup, Michael (2010): Bioenergy value chains in Namibia: Institutional challenges for rural development and food security. In: Darnhofer, Ika and M. Grötzer (Ed.): Proceedings to 9th European IFSA Symposium: Building sustainable rural futures - The added value of systems approaches in times of change and uncertainty. 4.-7.07.2010, Wien, 1461-1472.
conference proceedings

Vogelpohl, Thomas (2010): Actors, Discourses and Institutions in German Biofuels Policy. FFU Graduate Conference 2010. 13. 02. 2010, Freie Universität Berlin.

Vogelpohl, Thomas (2010): Biofuels Policy in Germany: Between Noble Goals and Vested Interests. Sussex Energy Group Conference 2010: Energy Transitions in an Interdependent World – what and where are the Future Social Science Research Agendas?. 25. 02. 2010, University of Sussex, Brighton, England
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Lectures and conference proceedings 2009

Backhouse, Maria (2009): Brasilien – Sozial-ökologische Konflikte um Biokraftstoffe. Seminar "Amazonien als transnationales Konfliktfeld" am Lateinamerika Institut. 16.12.2009, Freie Universität Berlin.

Brüntrup, Michael & Herrmann, Raoul (2009): Policy and institutional challenges of bioenergy value chains for rural development in Namibia. Seminar „Promoting sustainable global value chains: The role of governance”. 26.-27.11.2009, EADI, Maastricht School of Management, Maastricht.
Seminar

Brüntrup, Michael; Herrmann, Raoul & Gaebler, Martina (2009): Bioenergy in Namibia: opportunities, threats and institutional challenges for rural development and food security.13th ICABR Conference on “The Emerging Bio-Economy”. 17.-20.06.2009, Ravello.
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Dietz, Kristina (2009): Komplexe Vulnerabilitäten. Sozial-ökologische Bedingungsgefüge von Klimavulnerabilität am Bsp. Tansania. Fachsitzung Politische Ökologie der globalen Umweltkrise beim Deutschen Geographentag 2009, 21.09.2009, Wien.

Dietz, Kristina (2009): Konflikte ums Klima: Der Klimawandel im Süden –  bestehende Ausblendungen und politikwissenschaftliche Herausforderungen. Sektionssitzung "Entwicklungstheorie und Entwicklungspolitik" beim DVPW-Kongress 2009. 22.09.2009, Kiel.

Dunkelberg, Elisa (2009): Umweltbewertung von Biokraftstoffsystemen. Ökobilanz-Werkstatt 2009. 05.-07.10.2009, Freising.
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Hirschl, Bernd (2009): Das Projekt „Fair Fuels?“ sowie Impulse zu sozialen Wirkungen der Biokraftstoffnutzung. Abschlussveranstaltung des Projekts „Bioglobal“. 2.12.2009, Berlin.

Hirschl, Bernd (2009): Impact Assessment as a Tool for evaluating sustainability aspects of EU Policy - Theory and Practice in the case of Biofuels. Internationale Konferenz des EPOS-Netzwerks “Sustainable Development in Policy Assessment - Methods, Challenges and Policy Impacts”, Working Group 5. 16.06.2009, Brüssel, Belgien.
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Hirschl, Bernd (2009): Moderation Working Group 1 “Defining Sustainable Development as an Evaluation Object”, Internationale Konferenz des EPOS-Netzwerks “Sustainable Development in Policy Assessment - Methods, Challenges and Policy Impacts”. 15.06.2009, Brüssel, Belgien.

Vogelpohl, Thomas: Fair Fuels? A socio-ecological multi-level analysis of transnational policies on biofuels. 2nd International Summer School on Sustainable Development: Decarbonising Europe and the World. European Climate Policy – Internal and External Dimensions. 24.08.2009, Europäische Akademie Otzenhausen.
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