Lukuaika: 15 min. Territorial identity remains significant to ensure place-based self-governance and feelings of being involved in regional decision-making.
Lukuaika: 5 min. Sustainable pedagogy and educational games lower the threshold for older adults to try new forms of technology and create lifelong learning.
Lukuaika: 9 min. The agency of regional actors will enhance the accessibility to the battery industrial sites and strengthen the supply value chain, thus making investing in the region more attractive and sustainable.
Lukuaika: < 1 min. Can myths and business coexist in the forests? In this Versus podcast episode post-doctoral researcher Violeta Gutiérrez-Zamora from Luke and Versus editor-in-chief Anna Heikkinen discuss the plural values and uses of the forests.
Lukuaika: 11 min. Huijbens and Benediktsson focus on the necessity of the energy transition to tackle climate change, more specifically the development of wind energy. In re-reading old ideas and future aspirations in this context, opportunities exist for envisioning the future differently and create alternatives to grand narratives and fix-all panaceas.
Lukuaika: 10 min. The philosophy of buen vivir, or ”living well’, has recently influenced institutions in several South American countries. Can buen vivir offer guidance towards more inclusive policies for the new government of Colombia?
Lukuaika: 12 min. Residues of the changes that the global pandemic brought about can still be seen in all dimensions of city life. The future city is being shaped by the lines we draw today and what we are willing to surrender.
Lukuaika: 11 min. Over the last decade, the bioeconomy has become a popular strategy proposed to shift our economies away from fossil fuels and boost local economic growth, especially of rural areas.
However, critiques of the bioeconomy have pointed at its reductionist view of rural areas as providers of biomass and containers of industries and infrastructure.
Lukuaika: 23 min. Researchers from three continents discuss the extensions and the limits of the nature state. Senior researcher Hanna Laako and her colleagues study the Maya Forest in the borderlands of Mexico, Guatemala and Belize.