Unpacking Green Growth

October 8-10th 2014

(October 8-9th  in Brussels/Europe and Phoenix/US, October 9-10th in Beijing/China)

Hosted by:
Arizona State University http://www.asu.edu
Development Research Center of the State Council
of the People’s Republic of China http://en.drc.gov.cn
Global Climate Forum http://www.globalclimateforum.org
And the European Commission via the GSS project cluster (http://global-systems-science.org)

https://csdc.asu.edu/Unpacking_Green_Growth_2014_Open_GSS_Conference

 

Resilience 2011
March 11 - 16, 2011

The aim of "Resilience, Innovation and Sustainability: Navigating the Complexities of Global Change'' is to advance understanding of the relationships among resilience, vulnerability, innovation and sustainability. It will do so by bringing together scientists to share their work on the dynamics of interconnected social-ecological systems. Conference attendees will include people from the government, business, NGOs and academic sectors concerned with resource governance, and economic and social development . A key outcome of conference discussions will be the development and refinement of new ideas for meeting the challenge of global change.

 

 

2010 Computational Social Science Society Conference
November 5 - 7, 2010

Over the past decade simulating social processes has achieved some level of credibility -- and yet progress in this area is stifled because of the lack of agreement on several critical core features. The objective of the 2009 conference is to allow scientists the opportunity to present work in this area that extends and solidifies the legitimacy of this methodology.

 

 

North American IASC 2010

International Association for the Study of the Commons North American Regional Meeting

September 30 - October 2, 2010

The theme of the North American regional meeting of the IASC was “capturing the complexity of the commons” reflecting the increasing efforts to understand commons over time at multiple levels of scale. The goal was to foster more discussion and collaboration especially among North American researchers working on commons from an interdisciplinary point of view. Scholars from the natural and social sciences as well as humanities and arts participated.

 

 

2009  NAACSOS Annual Conference
 October 23 - 24, 2009 

Over the past decade simulating social processes has achieved some level of credibility -- and yet progress in this area is stifled because of the lack of agreement on

several critical core features. The objective of the 2009 conference is to allow scientists the opportunity to present work in this area that extends and solidifies the legitimacy of this methodology.

 

 

Group as Individual in Social Dynamics International Conference

April 30 - May 2, 2009 
 
In the first of a planned series of meetings, we seek to initiate an ongoing conversation and collaboration among natural, behavioral, and social scientists on the ways in which individual entities organize themselves into groups that subsequently come to act as higher-level entities. The processes of sociogenesis and the dynamics of group sociality are areas of growing interest for research on human and non-human systems, which cut across traditional disciplines.