Sustainable supply chains: WUR holds conferen...
Sustainable supply chains

WUR holds conference on transforming production systems

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“We invite scholars and practitioners, such as business representatives, innovators, policymakers, activists, and members of communities engaged in sustainable consumption initiatives, to participate with concrete ideas, methods, and examples of how to inspire learning and change,” states WUR on its website.
“We invite scholars and practitioners, such as business representatives, innovators, policymakers, activists, and members of communities engaged in sustainable consumption initiatives, to participate with concrete ideas, methods, and examples of how to inspire learning and change,” states WUR on its website.

THE NETHERLANDS, Wageningen. Wageningen University (WUR) announced that its Social Science Group (SSG) will be hosting an international conference on transforming consumption-production systems toward just and sustainable futures in July 2023.

According to the university, the conference will be organised in collaboration with SCORAI and ERSCP, two international organisations working in sustainable consumption and production.


The inter- and transdisciplinary conference seeks to provide a crucial opportunity to discuss recent advancements in sustainable consumption and production and enhance connections between research, practice, and policy to increase understanding and action of how to move transformations to sustainable consumption and production forward.

The active contributions of several SSG chair groups will render the conference an opportunity and platform to share some of the innovative research produced in the social sciences at WUR.

Participation will be possible both in-person and online. Registration will be open from 16 December 2022.

Source: Wageningen University & Research

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