The International Panel on Environmental History & Policy (EnvHist4P) is a global network of interdisciplinary scientists researching the relationship between past societies and their environmental history.
Researching past societies and their environmental history
We are concerned in particular with past societal responses and adaptations to environmental stress, especially climatic change and epidemics. Our focus is on the Late Holocene, that is the last 3,000 years, the most recent period of human history, during which the first complex modern civilisations and economic systems emerged, leading into socio-economic globalisation, the Industrial Revolution and the onset of the Anthropocene.
Irene Broer & Nataliia Sokolovska – Mapping science-for-policy ecosystems in Europe and Germany
How does scientific expertise make its way into policy decisions? In this webinar, we present and compare existing science-for-policy mechanisms in Europe, before taking a deep-dive into Germany’s multilevel ecosystem.Read More
Kristian Krieger – Science for policy ecosystems in the EU and its Member States: policies, institutions, and competences
Kristian Krieger will introduce the concept of a science for policy ecosystem to capture science advisory norms, processes, structures, and practices at EU and national levels more comprehensively.Read More
Ilias Grampas – The key role of the European Parliament Intergroup in bridging the science-policy nexus
Recognizing that a sustainable world needs to ensure human well-being, nature protection and economic prosperity for present and future generations, the European Parliament Intergroup on “Climate Change, Biodiversity and Sustainable…Read More
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