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- Fri 09 Sep 18:00 Learning Planet Institute

Summer school on Individual and Collective actions for the Ecological Transition (SICET)

Summer school on Individual and Collective actions for the Ecological Transition (SICET)

The LaPEA, the ARPEnv and the Learning Planet Institute are happy to organise the first international Summer School on Individual and Collective actions for the Ecological Transition.

The Laboratory of Applied Psychology and Ergonomics (LaPEA, Université Gustave Eiffel, Université Paris Cité Cité), the French Association for Research in Environmental Psychology (ARPEnv) and the Learning Planet Institute (LPI) are happy to organise the first international Summer School on Individual and Collective actions for the Ecological Transition.

The SICET will focus on the analysis and understanding of the social, cognitive and more in general psychological levers and barriers to individual and collective actions in favour of the ecological transition. The summer school will provide PhD students, post-doctoral fellows and young researchers with the opportunity to collaborate and discuss with international senior scholars and practitioners, about the social and emotional regulation of individual and collective pro-environmental behaviours. During the Summer School there will be keynote lectures, thematic parallel workshops (each participant chooses one of them at a later date), and an additional methodological workshops on measuring emotions.

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

Each day will present a mix of key note lectures, workshops, and presentations of the research projects of the participants to get feedback. The key note lectures over the first three days will concern the actions needed, at an individual and collective level, to respond to environmental crises, the socio-cognitive levers pushing individuals to engage at an individual and collective level, the role of individual and collective emotions, the influence of culture. The last two days of the school will be dedicated to how to make science for and with society, including discussions about citizen science and Living Labs. Some of our keynote speakers include: Prof. S. Bamberg (University of Applied Science Bielefel, Germany), Prof. P. Schmidt ( University of Gieße, Germany), Dr. S. Krauth-Gruber (Université Paris Cité, France), Dr. Charles Ogunbgode (University of Nottingham, UK).