COUPLED is a four-year, European Training Network granted by the EC under Horizon 2020.

We put the research approach of TELECOUPLING into action for solving sustainability challenges for land use. How to understand processes and actors that influence land use in an increasingly interconnected world? We train a new generation of young scientists to better integrate research, innovation and social responsibility.

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1 PhD position (3 years) in Socio-ecological metabolism approaches to analyse telecoupling related to international trade (SEC, Vienna)

The Institute of Social Ecology Vienna (SEC) at Alpen-Adria University Klagenfurt (UNI-KLU) seeks highly qualified and motivated candidates for 1 PhD position (3 years) in Socio-ecological metabolism approaches to analyse telecoupling related to international trade, starting from 01 September 2018 or earlier. We seek a candidate with an above-average MSc (or equivalent degree) in interdisciplinary environmental sciences such…

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Special issue on “Telecoupling: A new frontier for Global Sustainability” in Ecology & Society

The first papers of a special issue on Telecoupling: A new frontier for Global Sustainability in Ecology & Society have now been published and are available online: https://www.ecologyandsociety.org/issues/view.php?sf=125. It was guest-edited by Jack Liu, one of our Advisory Board Member. We are happy that Cecilie Friis and Jonas Ø Nielsen contribute to the Telecoupling Issue…

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The application window is now closed

Thank you very much for submitting applications for the COUPLED Innovative Training Network We do appreciate the time that you invested in this application. The application window is now closed. But please check our website and social media channels for updated information in case we might re-open the call for some of the positions: http://coupled-itn.eu/. Thanks…

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19/20 FEB 2018:
First COUPLED Network Assembly

The COUPLED networks meets in Berlin to kick the project off.

More information soon.

Location: IRI THESys, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin / Berlin