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Sustainability and Justice - Einzelansicht

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Semester SS 2018 SWS 2
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Graf, Antonia, Jun.-Prof. Dr. verantwort
Studiengänge
Abschluss - Studiengang Sem ECTS Bereich Teilgebiet
MEd HRSGe - Sozialwissenschaften (Politikwissenschaft, Soziologie, Wirtschaftswissenschaften) (E2 F07 14) -
MEd Gymnasien u Gesamt - Sozialwissenschaften (Politikwissenschaft, Soziologie, Wirtschaftswissenschaften) (E3 F07 14) -
MEd Berufskollegs - Wirtschaftslehre / Politik (E4 976 14) -
Master - Politikwissenschaft (88 129 14) -
Master - Internationale und Europäische Governance (88 E83 14) -
Master - Politikwissenschaft (88 129 7) -
Prüfungen / Module
Prüfungsnummer Modul
16003 Lehrveranstaltung Spezialisierung - Vertiefung - Master Politikwissenschaft Version 2007
40001 Seminar - Master Intern u europ Governance Version 2014
30001 Seminar - Master Intern u europ Governance Version 2014
12004 Masterseminar mit Hausarbeit - Master Politikwissenschaft Version 2014
12003 Masterseminar ohne Hausarbeit - Master Politikwissenschaft Version 2014
12002 Masterseminar ohne Hausarbeit - Master Politikwissenschaft Version 2014
12001 Masterseminar ohne Hausarbeit - Master Politikwissenschaft Version 2014
14001 Masterseminar ohne Hausarbeit - Master Politikwissenschaft Version 2014
14002 Masterseminar mit Hausarbeit - Master Politikwissenschaft Version 2014
15001 Fachwissenschaftliche Veranstaltung - MEd HRSGe Sozialw. (Pol-w,Soz,WiWi) Version 2014
14001 Fachwissenschaftliche Veranstaltung - MEd Gymnasien u Gesamt Sozialw. (Pol-w,Soz,WiWi) Version 2014
14001 Fachwissenschaftliche Veranstaltung - MEd Berufskollegs Wirtschaftsl. / Politik Version 2014
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Fachbereich 06 Erziehungswissenschaft und Sozialwissenschaften
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Students who are interested in the event are cordially invited to take part despite the early preliminary discussion! 

In this case please contact the lecturer !

 

 Achtung! Die Vorbesprechung findet am 01.02.2018, 16-18 Uhr in Raum 102 (GraSP) statt!  

 

Summary

 

On the first sight, sustainability and justice seem to constitute a harmonically relationship. A closer look very soon shows the tensions and cleavages establishing a complex and difficult field significant not only to policy making but also for research. This seminar takes on an interdisciplinary lens and focuses on solutions to the challenging inter-connections between inequality, environmental problems and goals of sustainability. In a first step, it clarifies the social-scientific concept of (strong) sustainability. Secondly, we elaborate on the connections between sustainability and environmental justice using literature with environmentalist, feminist, and post-colonial perspectives. By doing so the course develops a set of insights and categories. These insights and categories will be needed for, fourthly, critically analyse potential solutions to the tensions to sustainability and justice.

 

 

Intended outcomes of the course

 

  • To provide an introduction to the complex inter-connections between social injustice, environmental problems and questions of sustainability

 

  • To cultivate critical skills needed to analyse the significance of inequity to a range of current environmental events, issues, policies and debates

 

  • To enable students to apply appropriate theoretical frameworks and conceptual tools to solutions to local and global environmental justice issues

 

Format

The seminar consists of 6 three-hour sessions, which will typically be organised as follows: there will be a short mini-lecture providing issue overviews and frameworks for thinking about the main concepts and themes raised in the module syllabus and required readings. After this introduction, students will be asked to elaborate on specific questions in working groups to deepen their readings and to prepare collective discussion and debate.

 

 

Evaluation

Students will have to write a paper of 4000 words max. Unless otherwise agreed students analyse a case study of their choice using criteria developed in the course. They will have to sketch out the tensions between sustainability and justice in a specific case (of their choice) and apply criteria for analysis to potential solutions. The paper will be about the question in how far and why a specific solution might help to temper the tension between sustainability and justice or not.

 

 

 

 

 

No. Date Content Literature (all texts will be made available on Sciences Po's moodle platform)
1

June 22nd

10:00-13:00

Room

The basics of just sustainability

 

  • Course structure
  • Organisational matters
  • Sustainability in the Anthropocene - A Short introduction to the key contents

Mandatory reading (MR):

  • Walker (2012) Understanding enviromental justice (15 p.)
  • Pattberg & Zelli (2016) Global Environmental Governance in the Anthropocene (p- 1-6)
  • Dryzek (2005) Environmentally Benign Growth - Sustainable Development (16 p.)
  • WGBU (2014) The Great Transformation Part I (short comic)

Voluntary readings (VR):

  • Agyeman et al. (2016) Trends and Directions in Environmental Justice (16 p.)
  • Olsson et al. (2017) The concept of the Anthropocene as a game-changer (9 p.)
  • Springett & Redclift (2015) Sustainable Development - History and evolution of the concept (29 p.)
  • Jerneck et al. (2011) Structuring sustainability science (12 p.)
  • Schlosberg (2007) Defining Environmental Justice Part I (40 p.)
2

June 22nd

14:00-17:00

Room

The concepts of just sustainability

  • Strong vs. weak sustainability
  • Environmental justice
  • Intersectionality
  • Framing and claim-making

 Mandatory readings (MR):

  • Walker (2012) Making claims (19 p.)
  • Kaijser & Kronsell (2014) Climate change through the lens of intersectionality (15 p.)
  • Davies (2013) Appraising Weak and Strong Sustainability (9 p.)

Voluntary readings (VR):

  • Cho et al. (2013) Toward a Field of Intersectionality Studies (23 p.)
  • Collin & Collin (2015) Sustainable Development - Environmental justice and Sustainability (13 p.)
  • Davis (2008) Intersectionality as buzzword (13 p.)
  • Dryzek et al. (2013) What is just (17 p.)
  • Meisch (2016) Fair Distribution in the Anthropocene. Towards a normative conception of sustainable development  (14 p.)
3

July 6th

10:00-13:00

Room

The problems of just sustainability

  • EJ Atlas
  • From MDGs to SDGs
  • Energy/Mobility as a sample case for strong and intersectional sustainability analysis

 Mandatory readings (MR):

  • Martinez-Alier et al. (2014) Between activism and science (~30 p.)
  • Mullen & Mardsen (2016) Mobility justice in low carbon energy transistions (7 p.)
  • Walker (2012) Analysing environmental justice (8 p.)

Voluntary readings (VR):

  • Walker (2012) Globalising and framing environmental justice (24 p.)
  • Hajer et al. (2015) Beyond Cockpit-ism (7 p.)
  • Martinez-Alier et al. (2016) Is there a global environmental justice movement (18 p.)
  • Meadowcroft (2007) Who is in Charge of Governance (15 p.)
  • Temper et al. (2015) Mapping the frontiers and front lines of global environmental justice - the EJAtlas (19 p.)
  • UN (2015) 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (40 p.)
  • WGBU (2014) The Great Transformation Part II (short comic)
4

July 6th

14:00-17:00

Room

 The solutions for just sustainabilities I - Prizing & Calculating

  • Ecosystem services
  • Ecological debt

 Mandatory readings (MR):

  • Marshall & Meller (2016) Can ecosystem services be part of the solution to environmental justice (2 p.)
  • Pascual et al. (2014) Social Equity Matters in Payments for Ecosystem Services (10 p.)
  • Warlenius (2015) Reversing the arrow of arrears - The concept of "ecological debt" (9 p.)

Voluntary readings (VR):

  • Ernstson (2013) The social production of ecosystem services (9 p.)
  • Engel et al. (2008) Designing payments for environmental services in theory and practice (11 p.)
5

July 13th

10:00-13:00

Room

 The solutions for just sustainabilities II - Consuming & Sharing

  • Sustainable consumption corridors
  • Sharing economy
  • De-growth

 Mandatory readings (MR):

  • Heindl & Kanschik (2016) Ecological sufficiency, individual lieberties, and distributive justice (8 p.)
  • Martin (2016) The sharing economy A pathway to sustainability or nightmarish from (11 p.)
  • Petridis et al. (2015) Degrowth - Between a Scientific Concept and a Slogan for a Social Movement (20 p.)

Voluntary readings (VR):

  • Lorek & Fuchs (2013) Strong sustainable consumption governance e precondition for a degrowth path
  • Otto (2017) Finding common ground exploring synergies between degrowth and environmental justice in Chiapas Mexico
  • Heinrichts (2013) Sharing Economy (4 p.)
6

July 13th

14:00-17:00

Room

 The solutions for just sustainabilities III- Localising

  • Time-banks
  • Buen vivir
  • Ecovillages

 Mandatory readings (MR):

  • Caria & Dominguez (2015) Ecuador's Buen vivir (13 p.)
  • Lockyer (2017) Community, commons, and degrowth at Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage (19 p.)
  • Valek & Jasikova (2013) Time Bank and Sustainability - The Permaculture Approach (6 p.)

Voluntary readings (VR):

  • European Commission (2014) The Potential of Time Banks (90 p.)
  • Cochrane (2014) Climate Change, Buen Vivir, and the Dialectic of Enlightenment (18 p.)

Strukturbaum
Keine Einordnung ins Vorlesungsverzeichnis vorhanden. Veranstaltung ist aus dem Semester SS 2018 , Aktuelles Semester: SoSe 2023