Below you can find details of some of our previous events and read reports or watch recordings of the activities.
01 November 2021
Webinar co-hosted with Essex’s Centre for Research in Economic Sociology and Innovation (CRESI) to discuss Professor Mark Harvey’s new book, Climate Emergency: How Societies Create the Crisis (2021). The conversation was chaired by Professor Linsey McGoey and featured Professor Jeremy Krikler, Professor Nigel South and Dr Katy Wheeler. The webinar recording is available to watch below. You can read about the event in the linked blog here>
Environment and Human Health – Social Perspectives: One-Day Workshop (BSA Climate Change, Environment & Health and London Medical Sociology Study Groups)
BSA Climate Change Study Group Workshop: Writing Excellent Articles about Society & the Environment. Read the report.
BSA Climate Change Study Group: Re-Configuring Everyday Practices for a Post-carbon World
Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, UK
Conceptual and Methodological Challenges of Researching Climate Change at Multiple Scales
University of Southampton, UK
16 January 2012
BSA Climate Change Study Group: Social dimensions of climate change – a unique book launch and discussion event - Report
British Library, London, UK
23 November 2011
BSA Climate Change Study Group one-day Seminar: Climate Change, Consumption and Daily Life: The Role of the State - Report
Manchester University (North Campus), UK
Download the Programme.
17 January 2011
BSA Climate Change Study Group - Launch Event
The British Library Conference Centre, London, UK
The launch event was a great success. Presentations and a report on the day's activities are available below.
- Welcome Presentation - Elizabeth Shove
- Governance and Climate Change - Graham Smith, Professor of Politics, University of Southampton
- Food and Climate Change - Jessica Paddock
- Governing low carbon transitions - Adrian Smith, SPRU – Science & Technology Policy Research, University of Sussex
- Eating practices: the challenges and ingredients for a sociology of sustainable food consumption - Dale Southerton, Sustainable Practices Research Group, Sustainable Consumption Institute, Manchester University
- Sociology, Climate Change and Mobilities II - Rachel Aldred, University of East London
- Audience Questions for the panel
- Audience suggestions for future study group activities