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238 académicos europeus, representantes da sociedade civil e de autarquias, assinaram uma carta aberta para exigir aos líderes políticos da UE que tornem as formas de vida sustentáveis a norma.

Nos últimos meses, esta carta foi também subscrita por mais de 90 mil outros cidadãos que apoiam as suas exigências (https://you.wemove.eu/campaigns/poscrescimento).

Com as eleições europeias à porta, não há tempo a perder para exigir ação por parte dos deputados europeus, colocando a sustentabilidade e bem-estar no topo das prioridades!

Conheça a carta na íntegra.

O que a Europa precisa é de um Pacto de Sustentabilidade e Bem-estar

10 maio 2019

Ouve-se um eco nas ruas da Europa e não só: “system change, not climate change” (i.e. promover uma mudança de sistema em vez de uma mudança climática). Quando a ativista climática Greta Thunberg se reuniu com o presidente da Comissão Europeia, Jean-Claude Juncker, ela disse-lhe para conversar com os especialistas, mas o que eles deveriam dizer?

Nós, especialistas em mudança de sistema provenientes da academia, da sociedade civil e das cidades, temos algumas respostas. No Outono passado, um grupo de 238 cientistas90.000 cidadãos pediram o fim da dependência do crescimento na Europa e na conferência Growth in Transition, em Viena, tornámos esse pedido mais concreto. Estamos a olhar para além do aumento do PIB em direção a um plano positivo para uma economia pós-crescimento.

Os nossos três principais pontos de alavancagem sobre COMO iniciar uma transição para uma sociedade próspera dentro dos limites planetários aconselham os criadores de políticas aos níveis europeu, nacional, regional e municipal sobre formas de enfrentar a ainda tripla crise da mudança climática, extinção em massa e desigualdade.

Sejamos honestos. Nem o Acordo de Paris, nem as Metas de Biodiversidade de Aichi, nem os regimes fiscais atuais são capazes de lidar com estas ameaças existenciais. Como um grupo de cientistas acabou de escrever na revista Science: “As medidas atuais para proteger o clima e a biosfera são profundamente inadequadas”.

Mudanças profundas não são apenas necessárias, mas também desejadas. Um estudo recente e robusto realizado em toda a Europa mostrou que a maioria dos europeus considera que o ambiente deve ser uma prioridade, mesmo à custa do crescimento.

Uma ampla concordância foi encontrada em três grandes mudanças sistémicas. Estes três “saltos” não excluem outras soluções, mas todos são urgentes, possíveis, necessários, desejados e transformadores. Eles exigem uma mentalidade visionária e uma atitude proactiva. Eles exigem uma mudança mental do pensamento incremental, a mentalidade que nos trouxe a este ponto de crise.

1) Destronar o “rei” PIB, coroar a rainha BEM-ESTAR

As pessoas querem prosperar num mundo vivo. As políticas voltadas para o crescimento do PIB muitas vezes sacrificam as pessoas e o planeta, enquanto as políticas voltadas para o bem-estar nos ajudam no processo de cura.

Prosperidade sem crescimento é possível. O crescimento pela exploração excessiva de recursos, atalhos de segurança e poluição leva as pessoas e o planeta a incêndios. Exemplos desde o Butão até à Nova Zelândia e Barcelona mostram que colocar o progresso social e ambiental à frentedo PIB realmente funciona.

Exigências à Comissão Europeia:

  • Transformar o Pacto de Estabilidade e Crescimento (PEC) no Pacto de Sustentabilidade e Bem-Estar (PSB).
  • Realizar uma mudança do paradigma de “emprego, crescimento e investimento” para “bem-estar, emprego e sustentabilidade”
  • Estabelecer uma Direção-Geral (DG) para o bem-estar e as gerações futuras liderada pelo primeiro vice-presidente.

 

Exigências aos países, regiões e municípios:

  • Criar um portfólio de bem-estar e gerações futuras no coração da estrutura de governança.

2) De PARAÍSOS FISCAIS para poucos a REDISTRIBUIÇÃO para muitos

Taxar mais a riqueza e trabalhar menos. Taxar a poluição progressivamente e parar de subsidiá-la.

Duas décadas de pós-guerra de + -90% de maiores taxas de imposto sobre o rendimento nos EUA e no Reino Unido tornaram-se numa taxa (muito) abaixo de 50% atualmente. A maioria dos países da UE seguiu este exemplo, absolvendo assim os mais ricos. Como resultado, a desigualdade tem aumentado de forma constante e um sentimento crescente de injustiça (fiscal) tem culminado em agitação social e populismo. A revolta dos coletes amarelos na França mostrou que não se pode tributar a poluição sem ter um sistema justo de tributação. Os subsídios que apoiam a poluição e o uso excessivo de recursos precisam ser eliminados imediatamente e os impostos sobre a poluição/carbono devem ser usados ​​para promover o bem-estar dos mais pobres.

Exigências:

  • Definir taxas de imposto sobre rendimentos superiores a 80% para redistribuir a riqueza para famílias de baixos e médios rendimentos.
  • Taxar as viagens aéreas para redistribuir a riqueza para melhorar o transporte público e baixar o seu custo[1].
  • Lançar impostos progressivos sobre o carbono e sobre extração de recursos na origem e redistribuir.
  • Criar incentivos fiscais para o uso de materiais reciclados.

3) Produtos EFICIENTES são bons, soluções SUFICIENTES são ótimas

Os ganhos de eficiência são importantes, mas representam apenas o começo da solução.

A exclusão social e cultural pode destruir os ganhos de eficiência. Não precisamos de vender mais produtos, precisamos de soluções suficientes que sejam duradouras. Algumas empresas já vendem o serviço de ter luz, em vez do produto lâmpada, convertendo assim o incentivo da obsolescência programada para produtos duradouros. A estratégia de resíduos zero de Barcelona inclui sistemas avançados de recolha seletiva com contentores de resíduos inteligentes para identificar utilizadores e reduzir os resíduos, assim como aumentar a separação de resíduos biológicos – indo assim muito além da consciencialização, prevenção e promoção da reutilização.

Exigências:

  • Apoiar o desenvolvimento de melhores modelos de negócios, como a economia de produtos e serviços.
  • Implementar estratégias de lixo eletrónico a todos os níveis de governança seguindo a hierarquia de gerenciamento de resíduos para operações e Esquemas ampliados de Responsabilidade do Produtor
  • Diminuir o IVA sobre serviços de trabalho intensivo, como reparação.
  • Mudança de políticas de eficiência para políticas de suficiência, de forma a tornar padrão ter um estilo de vida sustentável.

Os seis primeiros signatários redigiram esta carta. Todos os signatários vêm da academia, da sociedade civil e de autarquias

Nick Meynen, Policy Officer Environmental and Economic justice, European Environmental Bureau

Maria Langsenlehner, Project Associate, EU-Umweltbüro

Kate Raworth, Author of Doughnut Economics
Patrick ten Brink, EU Policy Director, European Environmental Bureau
Toni Ribas Bravo, Ecology Group Coordinator, Barcelona en Comú

Halliki Kreinin, Research Assistant, Institute for Ecological Economics, Vienna University of Economics and Business
Dr Jason Hickel, Anthropologist, University of London
Dr
Katherine Trebeck, Policy & Knowledge Lead, Wellbeing Economy Alliance
Dr Federico Demaria
, Ecological Economist, Autonomous University of Barcelona
Dr Dan O’Neill, Associate Professor in Ecological Economics, University of Leeds
Dr. Marta Conde, President Researc & Degowth, Researcher Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona
Dr. Claudio CattaneoSenior Researcher, Department of Environmental Studies,  Masaryk University, Brno Czech Republic
Riccardo Mastini, PhD Candidate in Ecological Economics and Political Ecology, Institute of Environmental Science and Technology, Autonomous University of Barcelona
Dr. Christian Kerschner,Assistant Professor Modul University Vienna, AT and Masaryk University Brno CZ
Dr Giorgos Kallis,ICREA Professor, Ecological Economist,  Autonomous University of Barcelona
Dr Petter Næss, Professor of Planning in Urban Regions, Norwegian University of Life Sciences
John Barry, Professor of Green Political Economy Queen’s University Belfast
Prof. Dr. Maja Göpel,Political Economist and System Innovation scholar, University of Leuphana
Dr. Christoph Gran, Senior Economist, ZOE. Institute for Future-Fit Economies                                                                       
Jonathan Barth, Economist, ZOE. Institute for Future-Fit Economies;
Prof. Dr. Hermann Ott, University of Sustainable Development Eberswalde, Germany
Dr. Friedrich Hinterberger, SERI Sustainable Europe Research Institute and University of Applied Arts Vienna
Kate Soper, Emeritus Professor of Philosophy, London Metropolitan University
Prof. Jean Gadrey, Economist, University of Lille, France
Prof. Kate Pickett,Epidemiologist and University Champion for Justice & Equality, University of York
Vincent Liegey, co-author of A Degrowth Project, engineer, consultant and interdisciplinary researcher, France / Hungary.
Dr. Miklós Antal,Ecological Economist, University of Leeds
Dr. Stefania Barca,senior researcher, Center for Social Studies – University of Coimbra
Dr. Andreas Novy,associate professor, Vienna University of Economics and Business
Mauro gallegati,prof economics, univ politecnica marche, ancona
Dr. Alexandra Köves,ecological economist, Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary
Prof. Frank Moulaert, KU Leuven, Belgium
Julien-François Gerber,Assist. Prof. in Environment and Development, International Institute of Social Studies, The Hague, Netherlands
Elgars Felcis, sustainability scientist, University of Latvia and chairman of Latvian Permaculture association
Dr. Janis Brizga,NGO Green Liberty, Latvia
Prof. Tor A. Benjaminsen,human geographer, Norwegian University of Life Sciences
Dr. Nadia Johanisova,Assistant Professor, Department of Environmental Studies, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic
Dr. Mihnea Tanasescu,Research Fellow in Political Ecology, Research Foundation Flanders (FWO) at the Free University of Brussels (VUB)
Dr Eeva Houtbeckers,postdoctoral researcher, Aalto University, Finland
Fabricio Bonilla, Happiness Economics Researcher, Institute of Environmental Science and Technology, Autonomous University of Barcelona
Dr Paul Ariès, authors of Degrowth or barbarity, director of the International “Observatoire de la Gratuité” (OIG), France
Dr Ivo Ponocny,Full Professor at MODUL University Vienna, Austria
Timothée Parrique, PhD Candidate in Political Economy. University of Clermont Auvergne (CERDI) and Stockholm University (SRC)
Dr. Matthias Schmelzer,researcher at Friedrich-Schiller University Jena and at Konzeptwerk Neue Ökonomie
Dr. Dennis Eversberg,Junior research group leader, Friedrich Schiller University, Jena, Germany
Jan Blažek,Doctoral student in Environmental Humanities, Masaryk University Brno, Czech Republic
Dr. Alevgul Sorman,Ikerbasque Research Fellow, Basque Centre for Climate Change (BC3)
Lilian Pungas,Research Assistant and PhD candidate, Friedrich Schiller University, Jena, Germany
Dr. Barry McMullin,Full Professor, Faculty of Engineering and Computing, Dublin City University, Ireland
Dr. Melanie Pichler, senior researcher, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna
Dr. Manuel González de Molina, Professor. Agroecosystems History Lab, Seville, Spain
Prof. Brent Bleys, Ecological Economist, Ghent University, Belgium
Christian Dorninger,PhD-candidate, Leuphana University of Lüneburg, Germany, and Konrad-Lorenz-Institute Klosterneuburg, Austria
Dr Panos Petridis,Researcher, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU), Austria
Dr François Briens,Researcher in socio-ecological economy and prospective studies, France
Dr. Martin Fritz, Researcher at Friedrich-Schiller University Jena, Germany
Dr. Vivian Price,Professor, Interdisciplinary Studies, Coordinator, Labor Studies, California State University, Dominguez Hils, California, USA
Dr Max Koch, Professor in Social Policy, Lund University, Sweden.
Logan Strenchock,Environmental and Sustainability Officer, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary
Prof. Matteo Villa,Associate Professor in Economic Sociology, University of Pisa
Ernest Aigner, PhD candidate, Vienna University of Economics and Business
Dr Lidija Živčič, Expert, Focus Association for Sustainable Development, Slovenia
Orsolya Lazányi, PhD candidate in ecological economics, Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary
Dr. Erik Gomez-Baggethun,Professor in Environmental Governance, Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU), Norway
Dr. Laura Horn, Associate Professor in Global Political Economy, Roskilde University, Denmark
Philippe Defeyt, Chairman, Institute for Sustainable Development, Belgium
Jacques Grinevald, Emeritus Professor, Graduate Institute of Development Studies (GIDS), Geneva
Dr Thomas Smith, Postdoctoral Researcher in Environmental Studies, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic
Inge Røpke, Professor of Ecological Economics, Aalborg University, Denmark
Lucie Sovová, PhD candidate at the Department of Environmental Studies, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic and Rural Sociology group, Wageningen University, the Netherlands
Dr.Hervé Corvellec, Professor of Management, Lund University, Sweden
DrHubert Buch-Hansen, Associate Professor, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Dr Ekaterina Chertkovskaya, Lecturer, Lund University, Sweden
Dr Moira Nelson, Associate Professor, Lund University, Sweden
DrGyörgy Pataki, Associate Professor, Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary
Dr Alexander Paulsson, Lecturer, Lund University, Sweden
Dr Timothée Duverger, Associate Professor, Sciences Po Bordeaux, France
Prof. Francesco Gonella, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, Italy
Dr Christos Zografos, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain
Dr Fabrice Flipo, Institut Mines-Télécom BS, France
François Jarrige, Historian, University of Burgundy, France
Dr Tuula Helne, Senior researcher, Kela (The Social Insurance Institution of Finland), Helsinki
Dr Anna Heikkinen, Senior Research Fellow, Tampere University, Finland
Prof. Dr. Aram Ziai, Political scientist, University of Kassel, Germany
Dr Jens Friis Lund, professor of Political Ecology, University of Copenhagen
Dr Stefan Gaarsmand Jacobsen, assistant professor, Roskilde University
Dr Mladen Domazet, Research director, Institute for Political Ecology, Zagreb, Croatia
Edina Vadovics, Research director, GreenDependent Institute, Hungary
Olivier Malay, Researcher in economics, University of Louvain, Belgium
Ajda Pistotnik, Independent Researcher, EnaBanda, Slovenia
Dr Fausto Gusmeroli– Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy
Dr Ray Cunningham, Green House Think Tank, UK
Dr Janne I. Hukkinen, Professor of Environmental Policy, University of Helsinki, Finland
Dr Guy Julier, Professor of Design Leadership, Aalto University, Finland
Dr Lassi Linnanen,Professor of Environmental Management, Lappeenranta-Lahti University of Technology, Finland
Piotr Barczak, Polish Zero Waste Association, Institute for Circular Economy, European Environmental Bureau, Poland
Philipp von Gehren, Researcher, Austrian Agency for Health & Food Safety
Dr Pasi Heikkurinen, Lecturer in Management, University of Helsinki, Finland; Adjunct Professor of Sustainability and Organizations, Aalto University, Helsinki; Visiting Research Fellow, University of Leeds, UK
Dr Toni Ruuska, Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Helsinki, Finland
Ana Poças Ribeiro, PhD Candidate on Sustainable Consumption at Copernicus Institute for Sustainable Development, Utrecht University
Kristoffer Wilén, Doctoral student, Hanken School of Economics, Finland
Dr. Jean-Louis Aillon, M.D., Phd Candidate in Anthropology and Psychology (Università di Genova, Italy)
Dr. Tuuli Hirvilammi, Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Jyväskylä, Finland
Prof. Dr. Ernst Worrell, Professor Energy & Resources, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
Dr Anne Chapman, Co-chair, Green House Think Tank, UK
Nigel Cohen, Economist, Inclusivity Project, UK

Dr Andrew Mearman, Associate Professor of Economics, University of Leeds, UK; and Green House Think Tank.

Sigrid Stagl, Professor of Environmental Economics & Policy, WU – Vienna University of Economics, Inst Ecol Econ, Austria

Jennifer Hinton, Researcher,, Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University, Sweden

Madis Vasser, Board member, NGO Estonian Green Movement, Estonia

Dr Miłosława Stępień, independent researcher, Poland

Prof.Bożena Ryszawska, Wroclaw University of Economics, Poland

Marcin Popkiewicz, physycist, Warsaw University, Poland. Author of ‘World at the Crossroads’, ‘Energy Revolution. But why?’ and ’Climate Science’

Jakub Rok,PhD candidate in economics, University of Warsaw, Poland

Dr Weronika Parfianowicz, Institute of Polish Culture, University of Warsaw, Poland

Dr Łukasz Drozda, Institute of Social Prevention and Resocialisation, University of Warsaw, Poland

Dr Maciej Kassner, Institute of Philosophy, Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, Poland

Dr Andrzej Tarłowski, Faculty of Psychology, University of Economics and Humanities in Warsaw, Poland

Dr Michał Czepkiewicz, Post-Doc researcher, Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Iceland

Dr Maciej Grodzicki, Institute of Economics, Finance and Management, Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland

Angelina Kussy, Predoctoral Researcher, Dep. of Social and Cultural Anthropology, Autonomous University of Barcelona

Prof. Piotr Skubała, soil ecologist, University of Silesia, Faculty of Biology and Environmental Protection, Poland

Dr hab. Wiktor Kotowski, wetland ecologist, Professor at University of Warsaw, Faculty of Biology, Poland

Dr Zofia Prokop, evolutionary ecologist, Jagiellonian University, Faculty of Biology, Poland

Dr hab. Łukasz Michalczyk, evolutionary biologist, Faculty of Biology, Jagiellonian University, Poland

Eliza Kondzior, PhD student in Biology, Mammal Research Institute Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

Dr Barbara Pietrzak, ecologist, assistant professor, Faculty of Biology, University of Warsaw, Poland

Dr. Kasia Piwosz, aquatic microbial ecologist, Scientist, Institute of Microbiology Czech Academy of Sciences,

Dr. Anna Urbanowicz, molecular biologist, Polish Academy of Sciences, Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry, Poland

Mateusz Leźnicki, researcher in Philosophy of Law, PhD candidate, Polish Academy of Sciences, Institute of Legal Studies, Poland

Dr. Piotr Zieliński, evolutionary biologist, Faculty of Biology, Jagiellonian University, Poland

Dr. Piotr Bentkowski, Inserm / Sorbonne Université, Institut Pierre Louis d’Epidémiologie et de Santé Publique,

Prof. dr hab. Kazimierz RykowskiForest Research Institute, Warsaw, Poland

Dr hab. Agnieszka Pajdak-Stós, aquatic microbial ecologist, Faculty of Biology, Jagiellonian University, Poland

Dr hab Paweł Koperski, hydrobiologist, Faculty of Biology, University of Warsaw, Poland

Prof dr hab. Jan Marcin Węsławski, marine ecologist, Institute of Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

Dr hab. Anna Muszewska, biologist, Institute of Biochemistry and Biophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

Dr Barbara Stępień, postdoctoral researcher, Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics,

Jakub Kronenberg, Social-Ecological Systems Analysis Lab at University of Lodz, and the Sendzimir Foundation, Poland

Paweł Koteja, biologist, Institute of Environmental Sciences, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland

Dr Michał Pałasz, Institute of Culture, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland

Dr Mateusz Płóciennik, assistant professor (ecology, palaeoclimatology), Faculty of Biology and Environmental Protection, University of Lodz, Łódź, Poland

Prof. dr hab. Jan R.E. Taylor, ecologist and ecophysiologist, Institute of Biology, University of Białystok, Poland

Dr Ernst von Kimakowitz, Direktor, Humanistic Management Center; Humanistic Management Network, Switzerland

Dr hab. Karol Zub, Associate Professor, Mammal Research Institute PAS, Białowieża, Poland

Igor Siedlecki, biologist, Faculty of Biology, University of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland

Dr Joanna Tusznio, Faculty of Biology, Institute of Environmental Sciences, Krakow, Poland

Dr hab. Łukasz Kaczmarek, Faculty of Biology, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland

Prof. dr hab. Jan Kozłowski, Institute of Environmental Sciences, Jagiellonian University, Poland

Łukasz Berlik, independent researcher, Natural Society of Opole Voivodeship, Poland

Dr Beata Czyż, ecologist, University of Wrocław, Poland

Dr hab. Maria Niklińska, Institute of Environmental Sciences, Jagiellonian University, Poland

Anna Gromada, Social and Economic Policy Advisor, the Kalecki Foundation, the UN and the Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

Jacek M. Szymura, biologist, Institute of Zoology and Biomedical Research, Jagiellonian University, Poland

Anna Hauler, PhD candidate, hydrobiologist, Faculty of Biology, University of Warsaw, Poland

Dr Maria J. Golab, ecologist, Institute of Nature Conservation, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

Paulina Kramarz, evolutionary ecologist, Faculty of Biology, Institute of Environmental Sciences, Krakow, Poland

Alek Rachwald, forest ecologist, Forest Ecology Department, Forest Research Institute, Raszyn, Poland

Elisa Plazio, PhD student in Ecology, Faculty of Biology, Institute of Environmental Sciences, Krakow, Poland

Dr Justyna Kierat, melittologist and evolutionary biologist, independent environmental educator, Krakow, Poland

Dr hab. Krzysztof Pabis, marine ecologist, entomologist, Faculty of Biology and Environmental Protection, University of Lodz, Łódź, Poland

Bogusław Pawłowski, prof., biological anthropologist, Faculty of Biological Sciences, University of Wrocław, Poland

Dr Jerzy Parusel, Upper Silesian Nature Heritage Centre, Katowice, Poland

Dr Aleksandra Walczyńska, evolutionary biologist, Institute of Environmental Sciences, Jagiellonian University, Poland

Prof. dr Andrzej Dyrcz, University of Wroclaw, Poland

Kamil Bartoń, ecologist, Institute of Nature Conservation, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

Assoc. Prof. Tymon Zieliński, Institute of Oceanology PAN, Poland

Jan Sowa, Ph.D., member of Committee of Cultural Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

Dr hab. Władysław Polcyn, Faculty of Biology, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland

Prof. dr hab. Michał Grabowski, Faculty of Biology & Environmental Protection, University of Lodz, Poland

Dr Rafał Ruta, biologist, Faculty of Biological Sciences, University of Wrocław, Poland

Prof. Wiesław Babik, biologist, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland

Prof. dr hab. Andrzej Elżanowski, biologist, University of Warsaw, Poland

Prof. Jukka Heinonen, University of Iceland

Dr hab. Ewa Bińczyk, prof. UMK, Faculty of Humanities, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Poland

Prof. Michal Woyciechowski, evolutionary biologist, Faculty of Biology, Jagiellonian University, Poland

Dr hab. Sławomir Mitrus, Institute of Biology, University of Opole, Poland

Dr Mateusz Iskrzyński, physicist (postdoc),International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Austria

Dr hab. eng. Marcin Kadej, biologist, Faculty of Biological Sciences, University of Wrocław, Poland

Dr. Adam Ostolski, sociologist, Institute of Sociology, University of Warsaw, Poland

Marta Połeć, Institute of Culture, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland

Dr Bartłomiej Gołdyn, Faculty of Biology, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland.

Dr Zygmunt Dajdok, biologist, Faculty of Biological Sciences, University of Wrocław, Poland

Kornelia Sobczak,PhD Candidate, Institute of Polish Culture, University of Warsaw, Poland

Prof. dr. Dariusz Tarnawski, Institute of Environmental Biology, Faculty of Biological Sciences, University of Wroclaw, Poland

prof. dr hab. Monika Kostera, Jagiellonian University and Södertörn University, Poland

Dr. Romina Martin, Stockholm Resilience Centre, Sweden

Dr. Krzysztof Kujawa, Institute for Agricultural and Forest Environment, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

Dr Ryszard Kulik, Workshop for All Beings, Poland

Prof. dr hab. Edward Gwóźdź, Faculty of Biology, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland

Prof. dr hab. Hanna Kmita, Faculty of Biology, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan Poland

Dr Sarah Cornell, associate professor, sustainability sciences, Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University, Sweden

Helena Norberg-Hodge, author of Ancient Futures, co-director of The Economics of Happiness, founder and director of Local Futures,

Anja Lyngbaek, Associate Programmes Director,  Local Futures, Denmark

Edward Langham, Research Fellow, Schumacher Institute for Sustainable Systems, Bristol, UK

Julian Jones,Distinguished Fellow, Schumacher Institute for Sustainable Systems, Bristol, UK

Richard Hellen, Director, Schumacher Institute for Sustainable Systems, Bristol, UK

Dr Martin Oetting, Managing Director, Omnipolis Media, Berlin, Germany

Dr Luca Coscieme, Research Fellow, Trinity College, University of Dublin, Dublin, Ireland

Dr. Ingo Fetzer, Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden

Dr. Arthur Perrotton, Stockholm Resilience Center, Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden

Dr. Bengi Akbulut, Department of Geography, Planning and Environment, Concordia University, Montréal, Canada

Dr Tim Daw, Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden

Dr. Drago Župarić-Iljić, Assistant Professor, University of Zagreb

Dr. Ivan Murray, Ecological Economic Geographer, University of the Balearic Islands

Dr.sc. Jelena Puđak, Institute of social sciencies Ivo Pilar, Zagreb, Croatia

Andro Rilović, Research Assistant, Institute for Political Ecology, Zagreb, Croatia

Tomislav Medak, PhD Candidate, University of Coventry, UK

Dr Marija Brajdić Vuković, University of Zagreb, Croatia

Dr Karin Doolan, University of Zadar, Croatia

Jere Kuzmanić, Assistant, Department of Urban Planning, , Faculty of Civil Engineering, Architecture, Geodesy, University of Split, Croatia
Prof. Dr Susana Paixao,Environmental Health Specialist, Instituto Politécnico de Coimbra, Portugal

Jan Mayrhofer,Policy Officer, European Youth Forum

Predrag Momčilović,PhD Candidate and researcher, Platform for theory and practice of commons, Belgrade, Serbia

Sara Fromm,Research & Degrowth, Barcelona, Spain

Dr Susan George,President of the Transnational Institute, Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts

Lisa Hough-Stewart,Communications and Mobilisation lead at Wellbeing Economy Alliance

Dr Jorge Riechmann, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain

Dr Giacomo D’Alisa, Center for Social Studies University of Coimbra

Dr Richard Lane,Copernicus Institute for Sustainable Development, Utrecht University

Dr Eva Friman,Director & Researcher, Swedesd, Uppsala University

Dr Tim Jackson,Professor, University of Surrey, UK

Jonas Van der Slycken,PhD Candidate in economics, Ghent University, Belgium

Dr Monica Verbeek, Executive Director, Seas At Risk

Arnaud Schwartz, National secretary of France Nature Environnement & member of the European Economic and Social Committee

Michel Dubromel,President of France Nature Environnement

Jeremie Fosse, President, eco-union, Spain

Iñigo Capellán-Pérez, researcher at the University of Valladolid, Spain

Dr Leho Tedersoo, Research Professor, Institute of Ecology and Earth Sciences, University of Tartu, Estonia

Dr Mart Külvik, Professor in Biodiversity and Environmental Planning, Estonian University of Life Sciences, Estonia

Dr Mihkel Kangur, Senior Researcher of Paleoecology, Tallinn University, President of Estonian Geographical Society, Estonia

Dr Aleksander Pulver, Lecturer, School of Natural Sciences and Health, Tallinn University, Estonia

Prof. John Sweeney, Emeritus Professor of Geography, Maynooth University, Ireland

Dr Triin Vihalemm, Professor Institute of Social Studies, University of Tartu, Estonia

Dr Irmak Ertör, Postdoctoral researcher, Institute of Environmental Science and Technology, Autonomous University of Barcelona (ICTA-UAB), Spain

 

 

[1] Com o Luxemburgo a tornar todos os transportes públicos gratuitos (https://bit.ly/2UjEaJ1) existem agora pelo menos 100 redes de transportes públicos gratuitas no mundo, estando 58 na Europa (https://bit.ly/2QPyoMQ).