Environmental Humanities for a Concerned Europe (ENHANCE) is a Marie Curie European Innovative Training Network (ITN) providing multidisciplinary doctoral training in Environmental Humanities.
This project explores the implications of the Anthropocene as a scientific concept and normative category.
This cooperative project between Universidad Nacional del Litoral in Santa Fe, Argentina, and the RCC promotes transatlantic dialogue on the rights of nature.
With the LMU Munich Center for Advanced Studies (CAS), the RCC launched a new research cluster in 2013: “Waste in Environment and Society.”
The project looks at the historical intersections between environmental change and migration, in particular past climate-induced movements of people.
Leading up to the Rio+20 Summit, these lectures presented multifaceted research on sustainability to inspire citizens to participate in bringing about social change.
The Global Environments Summer Academy (GESA) is a collaboration between the RCC and the Global Diversity Foundation.
Environment and Memory is a concept that draws strongly on the tradition of critical history pursuant to Pierre Nora’s lieux de mémoire.
This project integrated researchers from Germany, Sweden, Denmark, and Great Britain to contribute to our understanding of environmental knowledge.