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Session 2: Society and Sustainable Consumption

[Please note that the programme is subject to change and will be continuously updated up to the conference]

Date and Time: Tuesday 24, 11h00 – 13h00

Chairs: Kenneth Ochoa and Llorenç Milà i Canals

Room: 13

SS 2.1 Policy mixing for sustainable resource use – conceptual reflections from participatory policy mix design and scientific assessment by Martin Hirschnitz-Garbers1, Ullrich Lorenz2 (1Ecologic Institute, Germany; 2German Environment Agency, Germany) 
SS 2.2 Corruption risks in the green economy by Johanna Gisladottir1,2,3, Kristin Vala Ragnarsdottir2, Ingrid Stjernquist(1Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Iceland, Reykjavik, Iceland; 2Institute of Earth Sciences, University of Iceland, Reykjavík, Iceland; 3Department of Geography, Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden) 
SS 2.3 Research Integrity and Responsible Innovation as drivers of Resilient Organisations by Marc Dreyer (, Switzerland) 
SS 2.4 Accelerating the transition towards a circular economy for metals: opportunities for innovation by Damien Paul Giurco, Elsa Dominish, Samantha Sharpe, Benjamin Madden, Simon Wright, Monique Retamal, Nick Florin (UTS Institute for Sustainable Futures, Australia) 
SS 2.5 From the Raw Materials Initiative to National Mineral Policies: A case from Finland by Saku Vuori, Mari Kivinen, Asko Käpyaho (Geological Survey of Finland, Espoo, Finland) 
SS 2.6 Analysis of sustainability policy instruments in enhancing resource productivity and climate resilience with an emphasis on decoupling – case study of Nepal and Bangladesh by Bishal Baniya1, Scott Kelly2, Damien Giurco(1Institute for Sustainable Futures (ISF), University of Technology Sydney, Australia; 2ISF, University of Technology Sydney, Australia; 3ISF, University of Technology Sydney, Australia) 
SS 2.7 Towards a fair allocation of burdens in indicators of the efficient utilization of raw materials by Dominique Guyonnet1, Jean-Louis Pasquier(1BRGM (French Geological Survey), France; 2CGDD (French Ministry of the Environment), France) 
SS 2.8 The environmental reporting, between strategic management and “greenwashing” by Claire Kwiatkowski, Jesús Alquézar Sabadie (European Commission, Belgium) 
SS 2.9 Material input taxation – the forgotten tool in policy-mixes for resource protection by Benjamin Bongardt1, Nele Kampffmeyer2, Andreas Hermann(1NABU e.V., Germany; 2Oeko-Institut e.V., Germany) 
SS 2.10 Science communication for a transition towards sustainable resource use by Stephan Lutter1, Stefan Giljum1, Christopher Manstein(1Vienna University of Business and Economics, Austria; 2German Environment Agency) 
SS 2.11 Circular Economy and the Bio-based Sector – Insights into European and German Industry by Sina Leipold (University of Freiburg, Germany)
SS 2.12 Bio-Inspired Sustainable Solutions for Human Induced Environmental Disasters by Ranjana Siva1Tarun Kumar2, Meenakshi Piplani1, Kriti Bhalla1, Vishal Mishra3 (1M. S. Ramaiah Institute of Technology, Bangalore, India; 2Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India; 3Vijaya Vittala Institute of Technology, Bangalore, India) 
SS 2.13 pourDemain – Sustainability made Art by Zoe Cimatti1, Marie Barone2, Françoise Bridel2, Marta Hans-Möevi2, Bénédicte Pivot2, Daniel Schilling(1Waste management service – State of Geneva, Switzerland; 2Groupe pourDemain – Centre de Formation Professionnelle Arts Genève, Switzerland) 


Bishal Baniya

Bishal Baniya

1Institute for Sustainable Futures (ISF), University of Technology Sydney, Australia