The Summer School allows you a lively exchange with other researchers from your field, the development of your own work as well as insight into the current research renowned international researchers - in the middle of the nature reserve on the island of Vilm.

 

Schedule


Day 1

16.00      Arrival

 

18.30      Dinner

 

19.30      Welcome and introduction to the summer school

     Gerhard Reese (Universität Koblenz-Landau)

     Andreas Mues (Bundesamt für Naturschutz)

     Kathrin Bockmühl (INA)

 

20.00    Keynote I:

              When and how is interacting with nature good for us?       
              BIRGITTA GATERSLEBEN (UNIVERSITY OF SURREY)

      



Day 2

8.00          Breakfast

 

09.00       The intention bias: The influence of the intention underlying a behavior
                on its perceived environmental impact.                                                   
                GEA HOOGENDOORN (SWISS FEDERAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY IN ZURICH)

 

                 Honestly, I don’t care about the environment: Introducing environmental amotivation as predictor 

                 of ecological behavior                                        
                 LAILA NOCKUR (UNIVERSITY OF ULM)   

 

10.00       Factors Underlying Diets with Varying Environmental Impacts and Barriers to Positive 

                 Change                                                                           
                 EMILY WOLSTERHOLME (CARDIFF UNIVERSITY)
 

                 Why We Are What We Eat: Ambivalent (Un-)Sustainable Dietary Practices Are Maintained by Moral 

                 (Dis-)Engagement                                         
                 BENJAMIN BUTTLAR (UNIVERISTY OF TRIER) 

 

11.00        Coffee break

 

11.15         When do we persevere and when do we slack off? Regulatory focus moderates the self-licensing 

                  versus behavioural consistency effect.           
                  FANNY LALOT (UNIVERSITY OF GENEVA)
 

                  Reviewing Basic Psychological Needs and Their Relations to Pro-Environmental Behavior: The Role of

                  Self-Protective Strategies                         
                  MARLIS WULLENKORD (UNIVERSITY OF KOBLENZ-LANDAU)

         

12.15        Lunch

 

13.30        Guided tour on Vilm island

 

15.15         Keynote II:

                  Social identity and the environment: How group identities can help or hinder environmental

                  action                                        
                  KELLY FIELDING (UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLAND)

              

16.15        Coffee break

 

16.45         Workshoptime I

 

KELLY FIELDING: The focus of this workshop is on developing research and interven-
tion ideas of how to use social identity strategies to promote environ-
mentally significant action.

 

CHRISTIAN KLÖCKNER: This workshop will analyze together with the participants path-
ways of making environmental communication work.

 

BIRGITTA GATERSLEBEN: The workshop will critically review theory and research         
evidence on environmental restoration to examine what an environment  
that supports both human wellbeing and environmental quality may look like.

             

18.30        Dinner

 


Day 3

08.00    Breakfast

 

09.00     Keynote III:

               Making people change - successes, pitfalls and new pathways of pro-environmental

               communication.                                                  
               CHRISTIAN KLÖCKNER (NORWEGIAN UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY)

 

10.00      The multisensory experience of environmental art as an intervention to increase the connectedness to

                nature of adolescents    

                JULIAN SAGERT (UNIVERSITY OF POTSDAM)
  

                Voluntary non-consumption of clothing: prevalence and motivations     
                TINA MÜLLER (COPENHAGEN BUSINESS SCHOOL)     

 

11.00        Coffee break

 

11.15       The Pro-Environmental Behavior Task: A laboratory measure of actual pro-environmental

                 behavior                                                                         
                 FLORIAN LANGE (CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF LEUVEN)


11.45       Short Presentation: How to bridge the intention behaviour-gap and promote a societal change? A

                qualitative interview study with experts from science, politics, and economy exploring the

                transformative potentials of sufficiency                                                                                                   
                JOSEPHINE TRÖGER (UNIVERSITY OF KOBLENZ-LANDAU) 

 

                Short Presentation: The Social Identity Model of Pro-Environmental Action

                (SIMPEA)                                                                                                                            
                PARISSA CHOKRAI (UNIVERSITY OF LEIPZIG)

 

12.30      Lunch

 

14.00      Workshoptime II – mit Kelly Fielding,       

               Christian Klöckner & Birgitta Gatersleben

 

16.00      Coffee break

 

16.20      Workshoptime III – mit Kelly Fielding,       

               Christian Klöckner & Birgitta Gatersleben

 

18.30      Dinner

 

19.30      Get-together

 

 



day 4

08.00   Breakfast

 

09.00   Workshop presentation

 

10.00   Coffee break

 

10.15   Summerschool evaluation

 

11.30   Departure (Ferry 12.05)