Felix Beyers

Felix Beyers
IASS Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies Potsdam

PhD

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Introduction
Multi-stakeholder initiatives in the textile industry as dialogue and learning platforms for sustainability transformation.
Additional affiliations
November 2017 - October 2020
Leuphana University Lüneburg
Position
  • PhD Student

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Publications (5)
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Collaborative governance is increasingly demanded in multiple sectors and considered promising to address wicked sustainability challenges. Whether it meets these expectations remains uncertain, particularly as such initiatives take place within a broader landscape of public and private policies and projects. We explore how collaborative governance...
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Learning in collaborative governance is often recognized as an important component for sustainability transformation , but is mainly seen as a side-effect alongside governance outcomes. However, bringing together heterogeneous perspectives is crucial to fully capture the wicked sustainability challenges. We know very little about how learning is fa...
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Since the 1992 Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, partnerships between actors from different sectors and countries have been joining forces to tackle major sustainability challenges. Within the textile and clothing industry, inter-organizational networks and governance partnerships have worked to address labor rights violations and environmentally har...
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Power mechanisms and structures shape climate change adaptation outcomes, the measures adopted, and who is identified as requiring adaptation support. But to what extent does research recognize such power‐adaptation linkages? Based on a systematic literature review, we enquire if and how the framing of power matters for adaptation research and what...

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Within an international and interdisciplinary research group 12 PhD students will conduct research on drivers and barriers of transformation processes towards sustainability: What can we learn from successful examples of such processes? What from failure? How can this be explained from within different disciplines and perspectives? How does transformation take place in different places and across time scales? By doing so the research group is systematically analysing processes of transformation towards sustainability in different contexts, regions and perspectives. Aims for the work of the research group are threefold: to produce high-quality contributions to further research on transformation processes in sustainability science, to create a better conceptual, theoretical and methodological understanding of drivers, barriers and opportunities for sustainability transformations, and to offer a tailored PhD programme for excellent students in sustainability science.