• Growth in Transition

    Just now – in the light of the current financial and economic crisis and intensive efforts for achieving economic growth – the question emerges which kind of growth we want for the future and which goals are targeted with it.

    The project “Growth in Transition” intends to trigger a dialogue among institutions and people about how we can shape this transformation process towards sustainability. It also aims at contributing to current EU and international processes and at informing the Austrian public about them (e.g. the EU initiative “Beyond GDP”).

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Conference Announcement: How Constraints Make Us Grow – A Society in Transition

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The Austrian Federal Ministry of Environment together with more than 20 partner organisations is going to prearrange the conference “How Constraints Make Us Grow – A Society in Transition”. The conference is scheduled to take place from the 22nd until the 24th of February 2016 in Vienna.

Vienna Biennale 2015

Vienna Biennale

06/11-10/4/2015/ The Vienna Biennale 2015 will take place from 11 June through 4 October, 2015. It is the first event of its kind to combine art, design, and architecture, with the aim of generating creative ideas and artistic projects to help improve the world. Its category-spanning, interdisciplinary approach and combination of artistic ambition and the creative economy open up new perspectives on central topics of our time and thus promote positive change in our society.

“Growth in Transition in Local Communities- A Key to Success”: Growth in Transition goes international

Initiative Growth in Transition

The Initiative “Growth in Transition” was presented once more to international experts at the “Growth in Transition in Local Communities- A Key to Success” on October 3rd in Dubrovnik (HR). The conference encouraged the dialogue between the representatives of local and foreign institutions and the citizens of Dubrovnik concerning actual societal problems of the unsustainable development of European regions and communities and contributed to the sensitization of the local government and to the exchange of experiences with the participants from other countries.