Präsentationen und Vorträge

 

1.      Baum J. (2003): War das Hochwasser 2002 hoch genug?, Statement Veranstaltung Grüne NÖ, Dürnhof/Zwettl,  23. September 03

 

2.      Baum J. (2006): Some generalisations of socio-economic and socio-ecological concepts of time and space, energy and environment, and concentration processes - based on Marxian thinking Conference “Economic Globalization and Modern Marxist Economics”, April 2-3, 2006 Shanghai University of Finance and Economics

 

3.      Baum J. (2006): Who are the captains of the global value chains of food, and can we regulate them ? BIG FOOD – Global concentration in the value added chains of food - Impacts to sustainability. 10 years of Green Economics Conference.7th Oct 06, London

 

4.      Baum J. (2006): Towards a General Socio-ecological Theory of Sustainability. ISEE- International Society of Ecological Economists Conference-Delhi- 15-18 December, 2006, New Delhi. (Präsentation)

 

5.      Baum J. (2007): Pareto optimal Sinking in the Climate Change or Redistribution – The “Brazil Proposal” and Equity Concepts for Burden Sharing of Mitigation Activities on Climate Change. Conference ESEE - European Society of Ecological Economists - Leipzig - 5-8 June 2007  and 9th Annual Conference AHE – Bristol 13-15 July 2007

 

6.      Baum J. (2007), Ökologische Fragen sind Verteilungsfragen geworden und Konstellationen für eine sozialökologische Wende. Referat Tagung der Rosa Luxemburg-Stiftung (RLS): Sozialökologischer Umbau als zentrale Herausforderung für alternative wirtschaftspolitische Konzepte und Strategien, 30.6.07

 

7.      Baum J. (2008): Klimawandel und (globale) Verteilung (Climate change and - global - distribution), 10. Österreichischer Klimatag, 14-3-2008, Universität für Bodenkultur

 

8.      Baum J. (2008): Will Climate Change  Enforce Global Justice? Elements of Politicial Ecology of Climate Change. Paper  AHE conference Cambridge 4th to 6th July 2008

 

9.      Baum J.: Klimapolitik und Gerechtigkeit - Klimakrise und (globale) Verteilung. Momentum-Konferenz. Hallstatt 25.-27.9.2008

 

10.   Baum J. (2009): Which crisis next to the financial crisis: energy, food, climate crisis? 4th Forum of the World Association for Political Economy May 28th, 2009 Paris

 

11.   Baum J. (2009): How to measure and compare sustainability? - Implemented concepts of measuring sustainability in China in comparison with EU countries Biennial Conference of the US Society for Ecological Economics, June 3nd 2009,Washington

 

12.   Baum J. (2009): Will climate crisis enforce global fairness? – Distributional solutions on different levels as a prerequisite for an effective climate. 8th International Conference of the European Society for Ecological Economics. 29 June to 2 July 2009. University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

 

13.   Baum J. (2009): Lokale Ökonomien - nachhaltige Regionalentwicklung. Attac-Sommer-Akademie Krems 15.-19.7.2009

 

14.   Baum J. (2009): Das Feuer des Drachen – Chinas Perspektiven in sozialökologischer Sicht. Vortrag Wirtschaftsuniversität 21-10-2009

 

15.   Baum J. (2010): Strategic Issues for Eco-social Transitions in the 21st Century. 5th Forum of the World Association for Political Economy. May 29~30, 2010. Suzhou, China

 

16.   Baum J. (2010): Experience and key issues of climate change and low carbon economic policy in Europe. International forum on legislation of climate change and low carbon economy. 1-2 June 2010. Renmin University, Beijing

 

17.   Baum J. (2010): Climate Change and Distribution. International Civil Society Conference on:  After the Failure of Copenhagen: Ways to Sustainability and Low Carbon Economies in Europe and in China. Civil Society Perspectives-. Gustav-Stresemann-Institut, June 28th to June 30th, 2010. Bonn, Germany

 

18.   Baum J. (2010): Climate change crisis: solidarity will be the  great issue European Social Forum. 1-4 July 2010. Istanbul

 

19.   Baum J. (2011): Interdisciplinary and intercultural analysis of experiences of good practice and progress in low carbon regional development in Taiwan and Austria. Workshop on Energy pilot regions -Good practice and progress in low carbon regions. July 7th-8th, 2011, University of Vienna

 

20.   Baum J. (2011):  Socio-ecological Movements in China. 6th International Conference of Critical Geography 16-20 August 2011. Frankfurt, Germany

 

21.   Baum J. (2011): Paths to sustainability: Opportunities, problems, driving forces and the importance of environmental movements Conference on Comparing Green Economy and Socio-ecological Movements in China and Europe,18-19 November 2011, Renmin University, Beijing, and International College Suzhou, Renmin University

 

22.   Baum J. (2012): Paths to sustainability under the context of climate change deadlines. 12th Biennial Conference ISEE - International Society of Ecological Economists, 2012, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 16-19 June 2012

 

23.   Baum J. (2012): Paths to sustainability under the context of climate change deadlines - regional, class and other distributions matter. Regional Studies Association-conference, 2012, Beijing, 24-27 June 2012

 

24.   Baum J. (2012): Contested issues on implementation of principles of CBDR (“Common but differentiated responsibility”). Second China-EU Social Ecological and Legal Forum, Renmin University, Beijing, Keynote speech, 14-15 November 2012

 

25.   Baum J. (2012):  Development of Settlements and Population in the Region of Waldviertel on the Level of the Smallest Unit of Settlement (“Katastralgemeinden”, on the basis of the cadastre of communities) since 1794. Austrian-Czech Conference of Historians. 2012. Raabs, 6-7 December 2012

 

26.   Baum J. (2013): Regulation of impact assessment of laws drafts in the EU, Lecture Renmin University Beijing, 23 September 2013

 

27.   Baum J. (2013): Obstacles and driving forces on the long march to an Ecological Civilization. Third China-EU Social Ecological and Legal Forum.Shanxi University of Finance and Economics Law School.Taiyuan, Keynote speech, 25-28 September 2013

 

28.   Baum J. (2013): Elements for a reformulation of historical materialism - Will ecosocialism become "necessary"? Conditions, opportunities and main fields of a socio-ecological transformation.Conference “The Role of Science, Technology and Geo-politics in the 21st Century Evolution of Mankind”- Shanghai Maritime University, 28-30 September 2013

 

29.   Baum J. (2013): Китайна ДлинномМарше к «Экологической Цивилизации»: Станет Ли Китай Первым Регионом, Достигшим Новой Социально-Экологической Парадигмы? (China On The Long March To “Ecological Civilisation”: Will China Be The First Region Achieving A New Socio-Ecological Paradigm?). 20th International Conference “China, Chinese Civilization and the World: History, Modernity and Future Prospects - China in the Epicenter of Global Problems Facing the Asia-Pacific Region. Russian Academy of Science - Institute of Far Eastern Studies, Moscow, Academic Council for Comprehensive Studies of Contemporary China, 16-18 October 2013, Moscow

 

30.   Baum J. (2013): Are Cheap Fossil Fuels Comparative Advantages? Paper and presentation at the 25th Conference of EAEPE- European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy, Paris, 7-9 November 2013, Université Paris,

 

31.   Baum, J. (2014): (Re)Industrialisation and Energy in Europe and USA. Ninth Forum of the World Association for Political Economy WAPE. Vietnamese Academy of Social Science, Hanoi, 14-16 May 2014

 

32.   Baum J. (2014): Cheap Fossil Fuels or Energy Efficiency as Comparative Advantages? -  Biannual conference of ISEE (International Society of Ecological Economics) - “Equity within planetary boundaries”. Reykjavik, Iceland, 13-15 August 2014

 

33.   Baum J. (2014): Instruments and obstacles on the way to sustainable mobility. Fourth China-EU Social Ecological and Legal Forum. Capital University of Economics and Business, Beijing. Accepted paper, 25-26 September 2014

 

34. Baum J. (2019): Fair distribution as an adequate characteristic of Ecological Civilization

 

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