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New & Forthcoming Titles | Environmental Humanities: Transformation, Governance, Ethics, Law (About the Editor)

Environmental Humanities: Transformation, Governance, Ethics, Law

Environmental Humanities: Transformation, Governance, Ethics, Law

Series Editors: Ekardt, Felix, Stoll-Kleemann, Susanne

ISSN: 2524-5708

Prof. Dr. Dr. Felix Ekardt, LL.M., M.A. is Director of the Research Unit Sustainability and Climate Policy in Leipzig which he founded in 2009. Since 2009, he is also Professor for public law and legal philosophy at the Rostock University (Faculty of Law) as well as member of the Leibniz Science Campus on Phosphorus Research - as well as member of the Interdisciplinary Faculty (department knowledge-culture-transformation). Since 2002, he served as a Professor at Bremen University. His scientific focus lies in issues around human science sustainability studies. More specifically issues of transformation and social learning processes, justice (particularly human rights), governance and law (sustainability law/ environmental law and sustainability politics/ environmental politics in terms of developing policy instruments on international, European, national and regional level. Felix Ekardt holds passed two bar exams, and additional degrees in sociology, Religious Studies, European law (after studying in Berlin, Marburg and Leipzig 1991-2002). With his habilitation he is qualified in the field of philosophy of law and justice.


Prof. Dr. Susanne Stoll-Kleemann is Chair of Sustainability Science and Applied Geography at the University of Greifswald with previous positions at Humboldt University of Berlin, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, and the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich with research projects on biodiversity governance, climate change mitigation and sustainable land management. In the focus of her current research are the determinants for transformations to sustainability with a focus on changing sustainable consumption patterns and lifestyles in the era of the anthropocene.