ProBE CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT, WBS – WESTMINSTER BUSINESS SCHOOL, UNIVERSITY OF WESTMINSTER, in collaboration with fABE – FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE AND THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT, proudly announce this timely workshop:
WHAT KIND OF GREEN AND JUST TRANSITION?
WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT
DATE: Thursday 12 July 2018, 12 noon-18.00pm
VENUE: Room CG28, University of Westminster Marylebone Campus, 35 Marylebone Road, London NW1 5LS (opposite Madame Tussaud and diagonal from Baker Street tube station)
There is much discussion as well as divergent approaches to the question of a just transition to a low carbon economy, revolving around what is achievable by the market or by ecological modernisation and whether instead a much more radical transformation is necessary. This workshop addresses this debate and is concerned in particular with the active role of workers and the trade unions in this transition, including examples from the built environment of successful intervention.
Many researchers who are part of the Adapting Canadian Work and Workplaces to Respond to Climate Change: Canada in International Perspective (ACW) research project will be participating in the workshop.
- Dr Peter Bonfield (tbc), Vice-Chancellor University of Westminster
- Linda Clarke, ProBE/University of Westminster, ACW Associate Director
- Béla Galgóczi, European Trade Union Institute, ACW Co-Investigator
- Colin Gleeson, ProBE/University of Westminster, ACW Co-Investigator
- Professor Malcolm Kirkup (tbc), Dean, Westminster Business School
- Mercedes Landolfi (Fillea CGIL, Italy)
- Carla Lipsig-Mummé, York University, ACW Principal Investigator
- Sam Mason, Public and Commercial Services (PCS) Union
- Philip Pearson (GJA)
- Vivian Price (US)
- Melahat Sahin-Dikmen, ProBE/University of Westminster
- Lisa Schulte, Middlesex University
- Dimitris Stevis, Colorado State University, ACW Co-Investigator
- Fred Steward, University of Westminster, ACW Co-Investigator
To reserve a place and for further information, contact, Melahat Sahin-Dikmen at M.Sahindikmen@westminster.ac.uk or Linda Clarke at email@example.com