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Publication date24/11/10

Ingmar Lippert, a former student of the Centre for the Study of Environmental Change (CSEC) on the Masters in Environment, Culture and Society (MAECS, now re-named asthe 'Environment' pathway on the MA in Society, Technology and Nature) is coming back to Lancaster for the Lent term 2011to take in some more courses, seminars and discussionsrelevant to his PhD.

Ingmar willbe visiting CSEC and the Centre for Science Studies (CSS) January until March 2011 to work on the performance of carbon emissions by corporate environmental managers, i.e. agents of ecological modernisation. Analysing their practices of carbon accounting, he reconstructs the settings in and through which they construct emissions while critically engaging with their modes of achieving order within the heterogeneous realities of corporate environmental data.

Ingmar originally studied environmental management in Cottbus, Germany, and Istanbul, Turkey. After studying the Master in Environment, Culture and Society of CSEC he moved on to work as a research fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies on Science, Technology and Society at Graz, Austria, and then to start a PhD in Sociology at Augsburg University.

We are very happy to have Ingmar back with us. We welcome visits from scholars at all stages of their research.