Event report from the Article Prize event, 2016 – University of Nottingham
This year, we organised our Article Prize event at the University of Nottingham with the support of some of our winners, Alexa Spence and Murray Goulden. We took the opportunity of this meeting to organise a workshop on writing excellent articles on climate change, and the report is available here.
Event report from the Article Prize event, 2013, London
In 2013 we organised an article prize event at the BSA Meeting Rooms in London with the support of our winners and a pre-recorded presentation from our winner, who was based in the US. The workshop focused on discussing the winning articles, their inception and writing, and important cross cutting themes at the frontiers of sociology of climate change. The short report is available here.
Event report from the Article Prize event, 2012, London
In 2012 we organised the first article prize event in the BSA meeting rooms in London with all winners and judges invited to talk and contribute to a discussion about the writing process. A report including the key insights arising from the event discussion is available here.
Event report from the Energy, Climate and Society: Insights from Early Career Researchers
This event, kindly sponsored by the BSA Climate Change Study Group, aimed to promote knowledge sharing between researchers and the policy community on the social dimensions of energy and climate change. Download the Event Report.
Report from the workshop on writing excellent articles on climate change
This event provided an opportunity for participants to learn about writing excellent social scientific articles on climate change. A report, including audio, is available here.
Report of an informal discussion with DECC - Notes and Presentation
When the BSA climate change study group was launched there was clear interest in promoting closer interaction with 'policy' and we are grateful to DECC for opening what we hope turns into a long running 'conversation' about the relation between policy, social science and climate change. These notes summarise some of the issues discussed at an informal meeting between members of the BSA climate change study group and DECC (Adam Cooper, Matt Lipson and others) held in October 2012.
Report from Social dimensions of climate change – a unique book launch and discussion event
To celebrate its first anniversary, the BSA Climate Change Study Group recently held a unique book launch event at the British Library Conference Centre. Organised by Dr Chris Shaw (Sussex University), the event invited the authors of three recent books on the social dimensions of climate change to present and discuss their central themes. The authors were Professor Gordon Walker (Lancaster University) who discussed his book 'Environmental Justice: Concepts, Evidence and Politics' (Routledge, 2011); Professor John Urry (Lancaster University) who discussed his book 'Climate Change and Society' (Polity Press, 2011) and Professor Mike Hulme (University of East Anglia) who discussed his book 'Why we disagree about climate change' (Cambridge University Press, 2009). Read the report summarising the event.
Report from Climate Change, Consumption and Daily Life: The Role of the State Seminar
The BSA Climate Change Study Group recently ran a seminar on 'Climate Change, Consumption and Daily Life: The Role of the State' jointly organised by Dr Catherine Butler (Cardiff University), Dr Tom Roberts (Kent University) and Dr Carly Mclachlan (University of Manchester and hosted by the Tyndall Centre at the University of Manchester. Read the report summarising the key points from the day.
Reports from the Sustainable Practices Research Group Summer School
The BSA climate change study group supported three PhD students, Rebecca Collins, Javier Lloveras and Janine Morley, allowing them to participate in the Sustainable Practices Research Group Summer School held in September 2011. In exchange we asked them to report on their experience. The following reports draw attention to themes and issues of interest to other members of the BSA Climate Change Study group.