How to design transition pathways to a more sustainable society? The Wuppertal Institute unites climate, environment and resource related aspects in its research and links ecological issues with those of an economic and social transformation. Here you find the discussed topics:
The future needs the right knowledge. The world needs a transformation. But how can we make a difference in the entire system? This is where the Wuppertal Institute comes in. The promotional video "The Forces of Transformation" presents the Institute and its work.
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Every agent of our society, be that of the field of policy, economy, science, from organisations or initiatives, who wants to move towards the utopia of a world that's globally fair to both mankind and environment, finds a partner in the Wuppertal Institute to work together in projects, analyses and scenarios.
The focus of our scientific work is the design of transformation processes towards a climate-neutral and resource-light world. Accompany us on this path to find tangible solutions and become partakers of our research findings.
We are constantly looking for people who think outside the box and want to dedicate their knowledge and skills to the transformation towards sustainability. For more job advertisements, please see our German website.
The world map shows selected international research projects of the Wuppertal Institute. The Research Map gives you a quick overview of the Institute's international projects that are focused outside Europe. Please click on a pin for more information and a link that will take you to the project’s website. The Research Map will regularly be updated and supplemented.
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The Wuppertal Institute is a member of the Johannes-Rau-Forschungsgemeinschaft. The JRF is a research community of 15 independent, non-profit research institutes in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia. Their common goal is to conduct sustainable and forward-thinking research for society, economy and politics.