Distributive.In.Justice – How to manage the socio-ecological transformation?
Silvia Angelo – Head of the Department for Economic Policy at the Chamber of Labour Vienna
Ulrich Brand – Professor for International Politics, University of Vienna
Stefan Humer – Research Institute for Economics of Inequality (INEQ), Vienna University of Economics and Business
Beate Littig – Head of Department for Sociology, Institute for Advanced Studies, Vienna
Georg Rebernig – Managing Director of the Environment Agency Austria
Fred Luks – Head of the Competence Center for Sustainability, Vienna University of Economics and Business
Josef Hackl – Head of the Department for Sustainable Development at the Environment Agency Austria
A transformation towards sustainability is only possible if ecological, social and economic factors are considered simultaneously. Especially when concerning the question of economic growth, it is evident, that well-informed (scientific) knowledge is needed in order to face the fundamental ecological and economic processes of change. The session discusses these multifold problems with a perspective on distributional issues. Economic and also a “ecological” distribution are important factors influencing the functioning and also acceptance towards a sustainable transformation of society.
In this session we bring together relevant knowledge and expertise from work of the Environment Agency Austria as well as the Vienna University of Economics and Business.
Vienna University of Economics and Business
Environment Agency Austria