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RISC-KIT at the 8th European Society for Environmental History Biennial Conference in Versailles

RISC-KIT participated in the 8th Biennial ESEH conference in the session "Networks, socio-economic modelling and modern application for environmental history".

ESEH 2015

 

Under the motto "Greening history: Studying the environment across disciplines: past, present, future" environmental historians from around the world met to exchange their empirical findings for a sustainable future and to discuss further applied research trends in the humanities.

 

In her presentation, “Historical Development Paths, Socio-Economic and Cultural Issues in Risk Approaches in Two Coastal Communities”, Dr. Grit Martinez of the Ecologic Institute disseminated research outcomes from the perspective of environmental history drawing on results from the EU-FP7 projects RISC-KIT and RADOST (Regional Adaptation Strategies for the German Baltic Sea Coast) funded by the German Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), amongst others.

 

Read Dr. Grit’s report of the event here or download the presentation (.pdf) below.

 

Historical Development Paths

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