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Dr. Clemens Mader

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Dr. Clemens Mader graduated in Environmental System Sciences and finished his PhD with an emphasis on Innovation and Sustainability Management as well as Regional Sciences at University of Graz, Austria. He has a main research and teaching emphasis in the fields of sustainability transitions, transdisciplinary research as well as theories and practices of ESD. In 2002 he founded oikos Graz, the Student Organisation for Sustainable Economics and Management and started to engage himself in the field of education for sustainable development. After studies he spent a year in Switzerland to work as president of oikos International as well as at the ETH Zurich sustainability Center. Together with Prof. Zimmermann he established the Regional Centre of Expertise on Education for Sustainable Development Graz-Styria (RCE Graz-Styria) at University of Graz which was acknowledged by the United Nations University in 2007. As director of the RCE he is managing a network of institutions, initiating together new innovative sustainability projects. Further, Mr. Mader is lecturing intergenerational and interdisciplinary courses at University of Graz, Austria, University of Novi Sad, Serbia and Hiroshima University in Japan.


  

Mario Diethart

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team dmMario Diethart graduated in Environmental System Sciences with focus on geography at University of Graz. His thesis dealt with risk assessment for waste treatment plants in case of flood waters in Styria. Ever interested in sustainability he was part of oikos, the international student organisation for sustainable economics and management. Since 2009 he has been working at the Regional Centre of Expertise Graz-Styria being involved in different projects such as the COPERNICUS Alliance and other initiatives in the field of Education for Sustainable Development. This includes an e-learning course (European Virtual Seminar, EVS) that focuses on international collaboration for sustainable development among students.



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