- Ian Scoones, Director of the STEPS Centre, welcomes everyone to the STEPS Summer School on May 16.
- Participants shared their life journeys and told each other's stories, to get to know each other.
- "Can we govern the Climate?" asked Professor Harriet Bulkeley during the STEPS Annual lecture on Monday 16 May.
- — STEPS Centre (@stepscentre)Fri, May 20 2016 13:57:36
- — Adrian Smith (@smithadrianpaul)Mon, May 16 2016 17:21:42
- Rob Byrne, a lecturer and research fellow at SPRU next spoke about low carbon innovation systems.
- — Thabit Jacob (@ThabitSenior)Tue, May 17 2016 07:21:17Still reflecting on narratives driving sustainability agenda.Will share my thoughts on energy & competing narratives in Tanzania #stepssum16
- What is uncertainty? Andy Stirling, Professor of Science & Technology Policy at SPRU, introduced us to the concept, followed by a pub lunch and a walkshop on May 18. We walked on the South Downs, digested (both food and ideas) and discussed!
- — STEPS Centre (@stepscentre)Wed, May 18 2016 08:51:25Andy Stirling talks about the “totalitarian discourse” of pro-innovation language. Which innovation, he asks? #stepssum16
- — STEPS Centre (@stepscentre)Wed, May 18 2016 09:27:17Picture knowledge like a circle,says Stirling. Our ignorance is the circumference– increasing knowledge can increase ignorance. #stepssum16
- — STEPS Centre (@stepscentre)Wed, May 18 2016 09:55:29Stirling says our role is to "open up spaces" for neglected issues,excluded values, alternative pathways& ignored uncertainties #stepssum16
STEPS Summer School 2016
Researchers and practitioners working on sustainability, science and technology studies, and innovation met from 16-27 May 2016 at the Institute of Development Studies in Brighton to learn about each other's work and the STEPS Pathways Approach. Find out more: http://steps-centre.org/summerschool