Attn. Charlotte Ballard

Environmental Governance Group

Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development

Faculty of Geosciences, Utrecht University

Heidelberglaan 2
3584 CS Utrecht
The Netherlands



5 - 8 November 2018

Utrecht University, The Netherlands

Earth System Governance is the largest social science research network in the area of governance and global environmental change. The Earth System Governance research alliance takes up the challenge of exploring political solutions and novel, more effective governance mechanisms to cope with the current transitions in the biogeochemical systems of the planet. 

The 2018...

31 October - 3 November 2018

Utrecht University, The Netherlands

Joost Vervoort is co-organising the 2018 Utrecht Winter School on Earth System Governance. 

The 2018 Utrecht Winter School on Earth System Governance is designed to function as an incubator for early career researchers working with the new earth system governance research agenda. The aim is to critically reflect on the new research agenda and start taking it forward...

6 - 9 February 2018

HKU Ina Boudier Bakkerlaan 50, Utrecht

The Sustainability Game” is a UU-wide tailor-made BSc honours course where UU and HKU (Utrecht School of the Arts) students team up and learn how to make applied games that engage their players with sustainability themes.

In this context, Joost Vervoort, Karin Rebel, Astrid Mangnus and Margien Bootsma are organising a Game Jam in the second week of February - an int...

23 January 2018


Utrecht University Museum, Utrecht​

We are excited to announce the start of the Re-imagining anticipatory climate governance in the world’s vulnerable regions (RE-IMAGINE) project, led by Joost Vervoort (Utrecht University) and Aarti Gupta (Wageningen University & Research). The project is a joint effort between Utrecht University, Wageningen University & Research, the University of Oxford and the CGIA...

7 December 2017

Academiegebouw, Utrecht

Successful adaptation of delta regions to the effects of climate change requires those involved in policy making to have a solid understanding of how natural and societal systems interact. On the 7th of December 2017, the Future Deltas seed-funded project "Gaming for policy experimentation in future deltas" will organise a session at the LANDac symposium to explore these systems and their...

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