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? - Helen Toxopeus

Studio Erasmus: Gaat er nu eindelijk iets gebeuren?

Studio Erasmus: Hoe worden we in 2019 wel duurzaam?

Sustainability in fashion industry

Behind the scenes in Dutch fashion

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How can the visual arts stimulate solutions for climate change?

PhD research by Ulrike Hahn

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Paradise Found

Shirley Nieuwland starts online platform about travelling responsibly

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

Research Project BIM-SPEED

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Erasmus Initiative: Dynamics of Inclusive Prosperity

Het Erasmus Initiative ‘Dynamics of Inclusive Prosperity’ draait om de vraag hoe zoveel mogelijk mensen van welvaartsgroei kunnen profiteren en hoe tegelijkertijd de negatieve gevolgen tot een minimum beperkt kunnen worden. De toename van welvaart vereist een voortdurende afstemming van de veranderende belangen en waarden van overheden, bedrijven, burgers en ondernemers. Om dit dynamische veld in kaart te brengen gaan wetenschappers van de Erasmus School of Law, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM) en Erasmus School of Philosophy een multidisciplinaire samenwerking aan.

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More research on sustainability

  • Is Capitalism more than Hasbro’s Monopoly?

    Capitalism may have brought us a dramatic increase in economic growth, but its post-war neo-liberal incarnation seems to have created exclusive wealth for the few rather than inclusive prosperity for the many. Martin de Jong wonders whether the familiar boardgame Monopoly can throw any light on the future of capitalism
  • DoIP Spotlight: Daniela Garcia-Caro Briceno

    In a monthly interview series, the Dynamics of Inclusive Prosperity Initiative turns the spotlights on one of their PhD candidates. We learn more about their research projects, their link with inclusive prosperity and their long term goals. This edition features Daniela Garcia-Caro Briceno who studies the sustainable f
  • Postdoctoral researcher in environmental crime (1 fte / 3 years)

    The Erasmus Initiative ‘Dynamics of Inclusive Prosperity’ is looking for a full-time postdoctoral researcher for a 36-month period to join its ‘Sustainability…