Researching the way for a Sustainable Prosperity | Surrey-led CUSP Centre begins journey

BIG-CUSP-launch

January 2016 saw two great walks by three Tim’s. The first is the well-known space walk by two astronauts Tim Peake and Tim Kopra, which lasted for several hours. The second walk, more down-to-earth though not so well-known, was launched by a group led by Professor Tim Jackson and will last for a couple of years.

 

The Centre for the Understanding of Sustainable Prosperity (CUSP), a multi-disciplinary centre led by The University of Surrey and funded by The Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), launched in January 2016 its journey of researching the way for a sustainable prosperity. Its overall aim is to explore the economic, ecological, social and governance dimensions of sustainable prosperity and to make concrete recommendations to government, business and civil society in pursuit of it.

 

Vision

 

CUSP’s guiding vision for sustainable prosperity is one in which people everywhere have the capability to flourish as human beings – within the ecological and resource constraints of a finite planet. Its work will explore not just the economic aspects of this challenge, but also its social, political and philosophical dimensions, paying particular attention to the pragmatic steps that need to be taken by enterprise, government and civil society in order to achieve a sustainable prosperity.

 

Work programme

 

The CUSP work programme is organised around five core themes, MAPSS:

  • Meaning and moral framings of the good life;
  • the role of the Arts and culture in developing visions of prosperity;
  • Political and organisational dimensions of sustainable prosperity;
  • Social and psychological understandings of the good life;
  • Systems analysis to explore narratives of sustainable prosperity.

 

The MAPSS themes are drawn together through three cross-cutting projects:

  • A unique cross-theme case study to develop An Economy That Works.
  • A collaboration on sustainable finance with a coalition of thought leaders including the Aldersgate Group.
  • A new Sustainable Prosperity Dialogue: a public engagement process which reaches out to a wide, international participation from research, policy, business and civil society.

 

Partners and the team

 

The CUSP takes the form of a rich international network, drawing together expert partners from academic and non-academic institutions as co-producers of the work programme. Its research programme is coordinated from the University of Surrey under the direction of Professor Tim Jackson.

 

CUSP’s academic partners include: University of Surrey, Anglia Ruskin University, Keele University, Goldsmiths College London, University of Leeds, Middlesex University, York University (Canada), University of Canterbury (Christchurch, New Zealand). It has also established a vital link to industry and policy by including the Aldersgate Group and the World Future Council. The former is an alliance of leaders from business, politics and society that drives action for a sustainable economy; the latter is an NGO working closely with business leaders to envision An Economy That Works.

 

CUSP team comprises:

 

Director | Tim Jackson
Deputy Director | Fergus Lyon
Centre Manager | Julie-Anne Hogbin
Knowledge Exchange Coordinator | Ian Christie
Communications Manager | Linda Geßner
PA to Director | Gemma Birkett
Co-Investigators:

  • Marit Böker
  • Kate Burningham
  • Philip Catney
  • Will Davies
  • Brian Doherty
  • Angela Druckman
  • Birgitta Gatersleben
  • Bronwyn Hayward
  • Aled Jones
  • Nick Molho
  • Kate Oakley
  • Charles Seaford
  • Peter Victor

Research Fellows:

  • Victor Anderson
  • Daniel Hausknost
  • Simon Mair
  • Roberto Pasqualino
  • Susan Venn
  • Ian Vickers
  • Jonathan Ward

PhD candidate | Joanna Kitchen

 

CUSP’s partner institutions are:

 

The centre will widen this collaboration still further through an international network of CUSP Fellows hailing from a variety of academic and non-academic institutions.

 

Note: This post is based on the content of the CUSP website. Logos in the graphic are also from the CUSP website.

 

 

More…

 

Centre for the Understanding of Sustainable Prosperity (CUSP) http://www.cusp.ac.uk/ | @CUSP_uk

 

Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) http://www.esrc.ac.uk/ | @esrc

 

Professor Tim Jackson (University of Surrey) http://www.surrey.ac.uk/ces/people/tim_jackson/ | @ProfTimJackson

 

 

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Surrey to host £6m int’l research centre | Centre for the Understanding of Sustainable Prosperity (CUSP)

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The University of Surrey has received a £6m research grant from the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) to establish a multi-disciplinary international research centre, called ‘The Centre for the Understanding of Sustainable Prosperity’ (CUSP). Among this Centre’s other academic partners are five UK universities (Anglia Ruskin, Keele, Goldsmiths College London, Leeds and Middlesex) and two universities from Canada (York) and New Zealand (Canterbury).

Led by Professor Tim Jackson and working in collaboration with a variety of academic and non-academic partners, CUSP will launch a five-year multidisciplinary research programme in January 2016.

Vision, aim and the programme

CUSP will aim to explore the complex relationship between prosperity (our aspirations for the good life) and sustainability (the social and environmental constraints of a finite planet). As Professor Jackson puts it, “Our guiding vision for sustainable prosperity is one in which people everywhere have the capability to flourish as human beings – within the ‘safe operating space’ of a finite planet. CUSP’s work will be to elaborate that vision, test its viability and explore its social and economic implications.”

Thus, CUSP will explore not just the economic aspects of sustainable prosperity, but also its social, political and philosophical dimensions. It will address the implications of sustainable prosperity at the level of households and firms and will explore sector-level and macro-economic implications of different pathways to prosperity. It will pay particular attention to the pragmatic steps that enterprise, government and civil society should take in order to achieve a sustainable prosperity.

Themes

The CUSP work programme comprises five themes (‘MAPSS’ framework):
• Theme M explores the moral framing and contested meanings of prosperity itself.
• Theme A explores the role of the arts and of culture in our society
• Theme P addresses the politics of sustainable prosperity and explores the institutional shifts that will be needed to achieve it.
• Theme S1 explores the social and psychological dimensions of prosperity.
• Theme S2 examines the complex dynamics of social and economic systems on which sustainable prosperity depends.

Partners

Spanning numerous academic disciplines, the Centre will take the form of an international network, drawing together expert partners from academic and non-academic institutions as co-producers of the work programme.

The academic partners include:
UK:
University of Surrey (Prof Tim Jackson, Dr Kate Burningham, Ian Christie, Dr Angela Druckman, Dr Birgitta Gatersleben)
Anglia Ruskin University (Dr Aled Jones)
Keele University (Prof Andy Dobson)
Goldsmiths College London (Dr Will Davies)
University of Leeds (Prof Kate Oakley)
Middlesex University (Prof Fergus Lyon)
Canada: York University (Prof Peter Victor)
New Zealand: University of Canterbury (Prof Bronwyn Hayward)

Among CUSP’s non-academic partners are the Aldersgate Group and the UN Environment Programme (UNEP). The Aldersgate Group, an alliance of leaders from business, politics and society that drives action for a sustainable economy, will formally be co-investigators on the project, establishing a vital link to industry and policy. As part of Theme S1, CUSP will engage with UNEP in a major study of young people’s lifestyles across the world. Other partnerships include a wide range of business and cultural organisations.

This collaboration will be widened further through an international network of CUSP Fellows hailing from a variety of academic and non-academic institutions.

Engagement

As part of its exploration of practical actions and proposition of supportive policies, CUSP will engage with business, government and civil society.

In order to engage a wide-range of stakeholders in debate and foster practical innovations in pursuit of sustainable prosperity, the Centre will develop an international Sustainable Prosperity Dialogue, to be chaired by Dr Rowan Williams, former Archbishop of Canterbury and Master of Magdalene College, Cambridge.

Graphic developed using elements from the websites and social networking of CUSP and the University of Surrey

More…

Centre for the Understanding of Sustainable Prosperity (CUSP) website http://www.sustainableprosperity.org.uk/

News post on the University of Surrey website http://www.surrey.ac.uk/mediacentre/press/2015/142205_university_of_surrey_to_host_new_international_research_centre.htm

CUSP on:
• Twitter https://twitter.com/cusp_uk @CUSP_uk
• LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/centre-for-the-understanding-of-sustainable-prosperity
• FaceBook https://www.facebook.com/CUSP.ac.uk

University of Surrey | Centre for Environmental Strategy http://www.surrey.ac.uk/ces/index.htm

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Goldsmiths College London | Political Economy Research Centre (PERC) http://www.gold.ac.uk/perc/

University of Leeds | Cultural Production and Media Policy research group http://media.leeds.ac.uk/research/research-groups/cultural-industries-2/

Middlesex University | Centre for Enterprise and Economic Development Research (CEEDR) http://www.mdx.ac.uk/our-research/centres/ceedr

University of York (Canada) | Faculty of Environmental Studies http://fes.yorku.ca/

Aldersgate Group http://www.aldersgategroup.org.uk/

United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) http://www.unep.org/

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Anglia Ruskin launches Global Resource Observatory (GRO) project

SML-ARU-GROAnglia Ruskin University (ARU) has launched a three-year project, titled The Global Resource Observatory (GRO) project, in order to map world’s fragility to resource shortages.

Dr Aled Jones, Director of the Global Sustainability Institute (GSI) at ARU, will present an overview of the project in his opening keynote speech at the annual conference of the World Association for Sustainable Development in London on 2 September 2013.

The GRO project’s main objectives are to investigate the effect of resource constraints on short-term GDP growth, and to provide clear information to policymakers on a range of scenarios with a view of closing the time-lag between the short-term agenda of governments (usually 5 years) and the long-term vision of current models.

The project will deliver the following outputs:

  • A global database of national demand, supply and flow figures relevant to global resource security
  • A global ‘debt map’ for resource availability, specifying for each UN nation the current supply of resources that can be found within its borders compared to current consumption
  • A world-scale system dynamics model to investigate the current interaction between resources and the economy
  • An agent-based model to investigate possible future economic growth pathways.

The GRO project team is in the process of building a network of collaborators including Lloyds of London, the Aldersgate Group, the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries, and academics in Italy, Iceland, Sweden and the USA.

The GRO has benefited from £300,000 of seed funding from the Dawe Charitable Foundation.

Image adapted from Anglia Ruskin University website

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ARU press release on GRO project

Resource management & ecosystems services page of the ARU Global Sustainability Institute

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NEW COURSE: Sustainability: Working for Positive Change MSc

SML-ARU-MScSustainabilityMSc Sustainability: Working for Positive Change was launched on 8 March 2013 and will take its first cohort in September 2013.

A partnership among Anglia Ruskin University and its Global Sustainability Institute , the Eden Project  and Change Agents UK, this course aims to empower students to become catalysts for change for a sustainable future, building on their existing strengths.

This multidisciplinary programme comprises:

  • Introduction to Sustainability and Systems
  • System Pressures
  • Monitoring and Measurement
  • Governance and Behaviour Change
  • Better Business
  • Working towards Change
  • Research Methods and Dissertation

Its delivery will be a combination of residential sessions in Cambridge (Anglia Ruskin University) and Cornwall (The Eden Project) together and online learning.

Image from course website

Course website

Course prospectus

 

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CONFERENCE: Big Challenges and Creative Solutions

SML-ARU-confThe first annual conference of the Global Sustainability Institute (GSI) of Anglia Ruskin University will be held at its Cambridge campus on 15 May 2013.

Under the theme ‘Big Challenges and Creative Solutions,’ the conference will comprise two main sessions:

  • What are the global sustainability challenges?
  • What sustainability solutions can we offer?

The conference will look at a range of approaches that come from different disciplines to address the big sustainability challenges today.

The GSI’s core research questions focus on personal motivations and systems change, set against the challenges of sustainability. Its key areas of research are:

  • Behaviour change and decision making
  • Climate action and cultural systems
  • Resource management and ecosystems services
  • Education for sustainability

Image from Conference webpage

More info

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