Research on sustainability

At Erasmus University Rotterdam, several academics and research centers are studying sustainability issues. View some of the projects below or read the latest news about these studies.

Hoe maakt een groendak ons minder individualistisch?

Een college door Drs. Helen Toxopeus

Studio Erasmus: Gaat er nu eindelijk iets gebeuren?

Studio Erasmus: Hoe worden we in 2019 wel duurzaam?

How big companies are struggling with their new role due to the energy transition

PhD research by Rick Bosman

"Gentrification of neighbourhoods cannot be separated from emerging tourism"

PhD research by Shirley Nieuwland

Paradise Found

Shirley Nieuwland starts online platform about travelling responsibly

Venice

Smart and innovative solutions to make the resident building sector sustainable.

Research Project BIM-SPEED

Career advice
Solar panels

Erasmus Initiative: Dynamics of Inclusive Prosperity

The Erasmus Initiative 'Dynamics of Inclusive Prosperity' revolves around the question how as many people as possible can benefit from prosperity growth while minimising negative consequences. Increasing prosperity requires a continuous alignment of the changing interests and values of governments, businesses, citizens and entrepreneurs. To map this dynamic field, scientists from the Erasmus School of Law, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM) and Erasmus School of Philosophy engage in a multidisciplinary collaboration.

More about this research

More research on sustainability

News

  • Spider surrounded by bees

    Spiders and bees

    Roel van den Berg muses about his connections to US Republicans, and whether we should collaborate with them if they approach us.
  • two chairs in front of a wall, the word feminism written on the wall

    Gendered dynamics of environmental crime

    Environmental crime and gender - showcasing examples and ideas how to fight the issue.
  • Packback app scannen bij de kassa

    Pilot with reusable cups starting 16 January

    Starting January 16, EUR will launch a pilot with reusable cups on campus. The goal is to save 100,000 disposable cups and reduce EUR's waste.

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