Members of The ITD Alliance

The ITD Alliance is a membership-based organisation composed of a dynamically growing community of experts and institutions engaged in collaborative modes of research and education.

All institutional and individual members contribute to strengthening the Alliance in order to advance collaborative modes of research and education globally.


From an idea to a global institution – these institutions and individuals initiated and institutionalised the ITD Alliance

○ Association for Interdisciplinary Studies (AIS) Julie Thompson Klein, Machiel Keestra, Rick Szostak

○ Integration and Implementation Sciences (i2S) Gabriele Bammer

○ Michigan State University, Center for Interdisciplinarity (C4I) Michael O’Rourke

○ Network for Transdisciplinary Research (td-net) Tobias Buser, Theres Paulsen, Jakob Zinsstag

○ International Network for the Science of Team Science Kara Hall, Steve Fiore

○ USYS TdLab Christian Pohl

Responsive Research Collective Ulli Vilsmaier

Donor Members

With their generous financial and in-kind support, these leading inter- and transdisciplinary institutions enable the ITD Alliance to grow and to start important initiatives

Center for Interdisciplinarity (C4I),  Michigan State University Link

○ ISOE – Institute for Social-Ecological Research Link

MED – Mediterranean Institute for Agriculture, Environment and Development Link

Network for Transdisciplinary Research (td-net), Swiss Academies of Arts and Sciences (SCNAT) Link

Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) Link

Institutional Members

As institutional members of the ITD Alliance these institutions are innovators in the field of inter- and transdisciplinarity. More detailed information about the institutions is available if you click on their entry. The search function will scan all available fields.

InstitutionLinkCountryShort DescriptionMotivation to become a member of ITD-AllianceMain expectations of what should be achieved with/through the AllianceMember Status
Centre for Sustainable Urban Futures for sustainable Urban Futures (Urban Futures) is a transdisciplinary arena and platform promoting collaboration, co-production and knowledge integration to realise fair, green, and accessible cities. The centre is a direct, local continuation of the work of Mistra Urban Futures (2010-2019) – an international research and knowledge centre aimed at realising just cities. It is built on a formative partnership between 4 academic and 4 public institutions, together representing the main political, administrative, regulatory, educational and research institutions in West Sweden.By engaging in the ITD Alliance, the partners of Urban Futures expect to find opportunities for peer-to-peer learning with similar arenas and collaborative partnerships, as well as connect to and help expand the field of transdisciplinary and co-production research and processes in response to complex and wicked issues.Founding Member
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) Founding Member
Future Earthhttps://futureearth.orgGlobalFounding Member
FINTERDIS - The Finnish Interdisciplinary Societyhttps://finterdis.fiFinlandFounding Member
Espacio Interdisciplinario, Universidad de la República (UDELAR), Uruguay (Interdisciplinary Space, University of the Republic) Interdisciplinary Space is a transversal structure to the entire academic organization of the University of the Republic that promotes interdisciplinary research, teaching, and outreach. The Space is responsible for managing competitive funds for interdisciplinary collaborative projects in research, teaching, and outreach. In addition, there are core academic programs of interdisciplinary higher education, training in tools for interdisciplinary teamwork, and instances of discussion of strategies and results of interdisciplinary projects.Becoming an institutional member would allow the members of the Interdisciplinary Space and the university at large to collaborate with the community of experts and leading institutions in inter-and transdisciplinarity at a global scale. Also, it would aid our efforts in building a Latin American community of academics interested in inter-and transdisciplinary processes. In 2016, the Interdisciplinary Space started the Latin American Meeting on Interdisciplinary Research and Higher Education (IEI2016), which took place in Montevideo. The second IEI was in Lima-Perú (2018) and the third in México (2021). During the IEI2016, participants agreed to explore the formation of a network of Latin American universities interested in promoting inter-and transdisciplinarity. During the second meeting in 2018, progress was made in the commitment of representatives of 11 academic institutions to support the organization of subsequent IEIs and the conformation of a network called Latin American and Caribbean Encounter for Interdisciplinary Research and Higher Education (Enlace-IEI). In 2020, Enlace-IEI began to session to establish a way of operating, support the IEI2021, and hold the first cycle of virtual seminars dedicated to exploring aspects of the pandemic in Latin America. Although the IEI Meeting and Enlace-IEI are in their infancy, they will continue to grow due to learning and exchanging inter and transdisciplinary experiences. We trust we can serve in connecting the ITD Alliance, the IEI, and Enlace-IEI.To learn from other experiences, conferences and networks; To connect people with similar interests; To expand the possibilities of collaboration for researchers and teacher; To contribute to the development of international 'schools' in methodological approaches fo rinter and transdisciplinarityFounding Member
Utrecht Universityhttps://www.uu.nlNetherlands

One of UU’s central principles is Collaboration across borders. We are an international university with multidisciplinary education and research. This is a quote from Utrecht University’s strategic plan 2025: “The guiding principle is to train students to be critical global citizens with an eye for the importance of open society. We offer them opportunities to gain experience in different disciplines and to complete a large portion of the specialization phase outside their own program.” 

As UU-wide dean of Interdisciplinary Education Prof. Iris van der Tuin has been tasked with the development of a research-informed vision on, and a governance structure for developing and executing multi-department and multi-faculty educational modules or programs. ITD-Alliance is an important conversation partner in that to create training curriculum, guidelines, and frameworks to disseminate widely. 

Conversations around definitions of and perspectives on interdisciplinarity (This extends to transdisciplinarity as many UU initiatives are trans- rather than interdisciplinarity.); Mapping of and participating in research on interdisciplinarity; Educational benchmarking; Comparing notes on governance of interdisciplinarity.

Founding Member
University of Oulu University of Oulu, founded in 1958, is one of the biggest and the most multidisciplinary universities in Finland. We participate in solving global problems with our cutting-edge research. Multidisciplinary research is conducted in five focus areas and new research openings are sought particularly at interdisciplinary interfaces. The basis for applied multidisciplinary research is created by long-term basic research. We are promoting new research openings by combining our expertise from different disciplines. More information of our focus and strategy related to collaborative modes of research and education can be found here:

We aim to better support our researchers in forming, finding, and creating inter- and transdisciplinary teams and projects to help solve global problems. Currently, we organise e.g. monthly events and courses for different career stages, and offer facilitation help and collaboration environment Tellus to enable inter- and transdisciplinary encounters and skills within our university. In this work, we believe that ITD Alliance could be a good forum for us to develop and learn new tools and share experiences of promoting inter- and transdisciplinarity.

We are interested in learning together with other inter- and transdisciplinarity specialists from all over the world. We hope that the Alliance will be an active and lively forum to share best practices, experiences, guides, and tools and to offer peer support and sparring. Through this we wish to be able to offer truly impactful support for researchers facing the challenges of inter- and transdisciplinary research.

Founding Member
ISOE - Institute for Social-Ecological Research – Institute for Social-Ecological Research is a leading non-profit and non-university institute for transdisciplinary sustainability research. Since more than 30 years, the Institute has carried out problem-oriented research providing support for decision-makers and viable concepts for the future directed at policy makers, the civil society and enterprises – both at regional and international level. Research focusses on water crisis, biodiversity loss, land degradation, urban development, mobility, energy consumption Further, ISOE is actively engaged in teaching inter- and also transdisciplinary concepts and methods at different Universities.

Transdisciplinary research is a core element of ISOE’s activity profile. Since the institute’s foundation, ISOE researchers contributed to the development of transdisciplinary concepts and methods, and applied them in specific, place-based projects. By becoming a member of ITD Alliance, we aim to strengthen our international network to foster knowledge exchange, learning and collaboration with international researchers in the field. In addition, we believe that joining forces between various networks and organisations engaged in inter- and transdisciplinary research is key to transforming the science systems to improve the context conditions for such kind of research.

ISOE is active in the ITD Alliance as we expect to join forces for:

  • Creating an international community of inter- and transdisciplinary researchers
  • Fostering learning and knowledge exchange between researchers from different places and schools of thought and practices
  • Increasing the visibility and transformative power of currently dispersed efforts in transdisciplinary (sustainability) research
  • Improving the conditions for doing inter- and transdisciplinary research through creation of awareness and lobbying, e.g regarding the need and specificities of the inter- and transdisciplinary research modes, the need for changes in career path opportunities, funding mechanisms etc.
Donor Founding Member
Eawag, Eidgenössische Anstalt für Wasserversorgung, Abwasserreinigung und Gewässerschutzhttps://www.eawag.chSwitzerlandEawag is a leading institute for research, education, and expert consulting in aquatic science and technology contributing to water sustainability and security. The institute conducts inter- and transdisciplinary research that is problem-driven and/or solution- oriented and closes critical knowledge gaps through effective cooperation with partners from policy, practice and industry. Eawag’s research is aligned with societal needs, using the targets for Sustainability Development Goals (SDGs) as an organizing framework. As a leading institute dedicated to inter- and transdisciplinary research, Eawag aims at contributing to and benefiting from exchange with other leading experts and institutions in the field. The institute aims at engaging in different working groups, especially the one on integration experts.Eawag's main expectations vis-à-vis the ITD Alliance are to:
Strengthen the network of leading experts and institutions actively engaged in inter- and transdisciplinary research; Promote exchange at the interface between science, policy, and practice and across different scientific communities (including ITD; SciTS, i2S, etc.);
Contribute to theory and practice of inter- and transdisciplinary research;
Establish working groups on, for instance, institutionalizing ITD, supporting early ITD careers, to address specific topics crucial for strenghtening global capacities for inter- and transdisciplinary research
Founding Member
El Colegio de México A.C.https://www.colmex.mxMexicoThe Colegio de México is a public institution, of a university nature, dedicated to research and higher education in the social sciences and humanities, and is one of the most prominent in the Hispanic world. The Colegio de México carries out research and teaching in the areas of specialty of the Study Centres that comprise it: Historical, Linguistic and Literary, International, Asian and African, Economic, Demographic, Urban and Environmental, Sociological, and Gender Studies. The academic approach is multi and interdisciplinary, which is reflected in the continuous interaction (as projects, education programs and agreements) with sectors of public policy and society.Based on the academic profiles and scientific lines of research that we developed as group of six professor-researchers from the Center for Demographic, Urban and Environmental Studies (CEDUA in Spanish abbreviation) of The Colegio de México, and once the objective and scope of the created Global ITD Alliance has been reviewed, it seems to us great interest to be part of this international network of knowledge. We believe that being part of ITD-Alliance will contribute to our learning of this way of approaching complex socio-environmental problems, as well as to the creation of international academic networks, which would be of great use to professor-researchers, graduate students and graduates of the Center and The Colegio de México.The greatest expectations to be in the network, consist of: i) learning and sharing knowledge in the analytical and methodological approaches for the studies of socio-environmental problems from an inter- and transdisciplinary approach; ii) learn and promote institutional changes necessary for the incorporation of the inter and transdisciplinary approach; iii) offer an institutional space for discussion and multi-actor dialogue to sustain national scientific policy that supports and promotes the inter and transdisciplinary approach.Founding Member
Department of Strategic Sustainable Development, Blekinge Institute of Technology in the department are using transdisciplinary and action research approaches, closely working with different actors. At the core of it is the Framework for Strategic Sustainable Development, FSSD (Broman, Robèrt 2017). It has been suggested that the FSSD could be useful for structuring transdisciplinary academic education and research. The department is focusing on development of methods and tools for decision-making support at different levels. The Master's in Strategic Leadership towards Sustainability (MSLS) that has been created by the department is based on collaborations with the companies and administrative units and brings not only researchers, but also practitioners into the education.The Department of Strategic Sustainable Development in interested to join the ITD Alliance as it is also a growing institution with more and more young and established researchers doing transdisciplinary studies. The department’s tradition of working closely with the businesses, municipalities and the region, as well as internationally, can bring South Eastern Swedish perspective into the discussion. Moreover, Blekinge Institute of Technology is part of the Baltic University Programme and is building new collaborations and partnerships around the Baltic Sea, which could be an interesting geographical area for transdisciplinarity to study.The main expectation is to be part of the discussions with the Alliance and potential collaborations in the future.Founding Member
td-net Member
TdLab, ETH Zürich was a funding member of ITD AllianceStrengthening the international network of interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary initiatives.Founding Member
RIHN provides a platform for the development and implementation of relatively large research projects involving networks of researchers in Japan and overseas (in particular Asia and Africa). Funded by the Ministry of Education, it solicits project proposals, incubates and develops these for 2 years, before starting a 5-year implementation phase. RIHN projects are required to be interdisciplinary in conceptualization and team composition and are expected to engage directly with society in addressing sustainability problems in a transdisciplinary way. Project leaders and staff circulate in and out of RIHN with the project cycle. In this way, RIHN aims to contribute to the building of capacity for inter- and transdisciplinarity in the university community at large. Being part of the National Institutes for the Humanities, RIHN regards sustainability problems as ultimately rooted in culture and society.RIHN initially embarked on a path towards more societally engaged research on its own, but gradually became aware of similar transdisciplinary trends in other parts of the work. The Institute has interacted with (and hosted) many members of the ITD Alliance and its member organizations and is keen to expand and deepen such engagement. There is much to be learned from the Alliance, while there are also opportunities for RIHN to contribute. Currently, the Alliance seems well-represented in the “Western” parts of the world and RIHN may help infuse discussions with a Japanese perspective. As members of a global transdisciplinary “movement,” we will all be more effective through interaction, coordination, and collaboration.Initially, increasing awareness of the global transdisciplinarity community within RIHN and awareness of RIHN within the global community. With time, this will hopefully develop towards growing interaction, collaboration and reflection on the meanings and practicalities of transdisciplinarity in different parts of the world. While RIHN in no formal sense represents Asia, we also hope to be able to facilitate interaction with and perhaps involvement in the ITD Alliance from other parts of Asia through our existing networks..Founding Member
Centre for Development and Environment (CDE), University of Bern is one of the University of Bern’s strategic research centres, tasked with supporting sustainable development throughout research and teaching.
We conduct research and teaching on behalf of a more sustainable world. Our aim is to chart pathways to sustainable development and to initiate transformations in line with the UN’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
In our Strategy 2021–2024, we offer a theory of change for engaged and transformative science and teaching. We combine sound research with inter- and transdisciplinary approaches to analysis and transformation. Our research agenda is created within long-standing partnerships spanning the global North and South.
We have a long history of engaging in place-based inter- and transdisciplinary research and teaching as well as in conducting research on new transdisciplinary approaches and
theory. Due to this longstanding engagement with the topic, we would like to become part of this new exciting network of like-minded people and institutions.
We wish for and through the ITD Alliance to stay at the forefront of inter- and transdisciplinary research and teaching, to engage with the network, and to seek interactions with potentially new partners.Founding Member
Center for Ocean and Society, Kiel Marine Science (KMS), Kiel University Germany

The Center for Ocean and Society conducts interdisciplinary research on ocean and society and involves societal actors in transdisciplinary projects.

The research at the Center for Ocean and Society is based on the understanding of seas and coasts as socio-ecological systems. Experts from economics, geology, oceanography, fisheries biology, chemistry and other disciplines work together on projects with the active involvement of societal actors. This makes it possible to examine a topic from different perspectives and changes the approach to these problems. To assess different scenarios, methodologically specific models from economics as well as climate research, ocean research and ecosystem research are linked.

The projects work on a local, regional and global level and actively involve non-university knowledge carriers in the development of research questions. Solutions for coping with the climate and ocean crisis are to be developed through the cooperation of participants from research, politics, business and civil society. The overarching goal of the research is a science-based and independent contribution to the implementation of the sustainability goals of the UN Agenda 2030.

The Center for Ocean and Society conducts research on the following topics:

  • Marine and Coastal Resource Economy
  • Marine and Coastal Geohazards
  • Marine Food Security

The Center for Ocean and Society is a cross-faculty platform of the priority research area Kiel Marine Science (KMS) at Kiel University. KMS is comprised of more than 40 working groups from seven faculties at Kiel University and acts as the umbrella organization for ocean and climate research in the natural and social sciences.

The Center for Ocean and Society promotes the dialogue between science and society and therefore strengthens the exchange between scientists, civil society, politics and business. This transdisciplinary approach intends to support solution-oriented science to find ways for sustainable management of coasts and oceans. The objective is to combine scientific methods with practical knowledge to develop solutions that are acceptable for society, can be put into practice by politics and will be feasible from an economic point of view.


For stakeholder dialogue, the Center for Ocean and Society uses several methods the efficacy of which was proven in sustainability research:

  • Co-Design: Research projects are developed together with stakeholder groups from civil society, business or politics. This enables identifying problems and working on actual challenges within marine topics at the interface of science and society.
  • Co-Creation: Projects are realized together with non-academic stakeholders, incorporating all the diverse knowledge of experts outside the scientific institutions. The guiding principle is the co-creation of knowledge that will serve as a catalyst for change.

Societal dialogue is actively shaped through discussions with ministries, networking with associations of maritime industry or exchange with interest groups like fishermen, citizens from coastal communities or NGOs active in nature conservation.

Dialogue formats

Transdisciplinarity and stakeholder dialogue are characteristic features of all projects at the Center for Ocean and Society. Participation in national and international networks guarantees keeping track of actual debates in society and science.  


Further Information:

CeOS shares the goals and principles of the ITD-Alliance. A membership fits excellent to its inter- and transdisciplinary approach. CeOS was founded as part of Kiel Marine Sciene as a special institution for strengthening inter- and transdisciplinary science. Therefore CeOS will be honoured to become a founding member of the ITD-Alliance in 2021.

Global exchange with other scientists and universities will inspire and support the transdisciplinary work at CeOS.

As CeOS is part of the Kiel Marine Science community at Kiel university with more than 40 working groups, CeOS will also act as a multiplier for transdisciplinary knowledge, tools and experiences.

Founding Member
Michigan State University, Center for Interdisciplin mission of the Center for Interdisciplinarity (C4I), located at Michigan State University (MSU), is to strengthen and nurture interdisciplinary research involving the arts and humanities at MSU, as well as locally, nationally, and internationally. In addition to conducting its own research, C4I serves as a resource for faculty, postdocs, and graduate students in the MSU College of Arts & Letters and across campus, as well as for partners in the local community and across the region. It also serves as an advocate for researchers and scholars, consults with teams, provides resources for and about interdisciplinarity, and creates opportunities for training, graduate education, networking, mentorship, visibility, and funding both on and off campus.The MSU Center for Interdisciplinarity was involved in the early conversations that led to the formation of the ITD Alliance and had a hand in influencing its shape and direction. ITD Alliance also reflects a global commitment to strengthen cross-disciplinary research and education, which is closely aligned with C4I’s mission. Donor membership in the ITD Alliance positions C4I to contribute to a new but potentially game-changing organization and to be influential internationally through it.The ITD Alliance represents an opportunity for the Center for Interdisciplinarity (C4I) to forge new international alliances and pursue new collaborative partnerships with individuals and organizations. C4I is committed to doing what it can to facilitate collaborative capacity in cross-disciplinary research, and the ITD Alliance will amplify its ability to do that.Donor Founding Member
AIS Member
InSciTS Member
MED - Mediterranean Institute for Agriculture, Environment and Development from Évora UniversityPortugalMED mission is to promote ecosystem sustainability and food security as
contribution towards territorial cohesion and wellbeing.
Specifically, MED seeks to increase excellence in research and contribute with
solutions to the sustainability of agroecosystems, the environment and the
supporting territories of Mediterranean, through:
1. Improving resource use efficiency and competitive agriculture;
2. Improving sustainability of food system while preserving the
mediterranean diet;
3. Assuring biodiversity conservation and landscape multi-functionality;
4. Promoting organizational capability and governance mechanisms;
5. Identifying pathways towards resilience and adaptation under known
climate change scenarios.

To achieve these goals MED carries out research driven by problem-based
questions that arise from practice and also, those related to the new reality in
the face of climate change. It is in this approach to science that we fundament
our interest in contributing to ITD Alliance. Our strategy is to promote inter
and transdisciplinary and problem-solving research at different scales (global,
regional, local).
MED includes 178 integrated researchers, 54 PhD students and 84
collaborators and technicians. In 2020 we sum 97 publications, we participated
in 25 National and International Networks, and integrated 42 international
projects and 79 national ones.
A few recent examples of our work with inter-transdisciplinary approaches:
Pinto-Correia, T., I. Ferraz-de-Oliveira, M. Guimarães, E. Sales-Baptista, C. Pinto-Cruz, C. Godinho, and R. Vieira Santos. 2022.
Result-based payments as a tool to preserve the High Nature Value of complex silvo-pastoral systems: progress toward farm-based indicators. Ecology and Society 27(1):39.
SUSTAINOLIVE project: Novel approaches to promote the SUSTAInability of OLIVE cultivation in the Mediterranean
The overall objective of SUSTAINOLIVE is to enhance the sustainability of the olive oil farming sector throughout the implementation and promotion of a set of innovative sustainable management solutions that are based on agro-ecological concepts, and on the exchange of knowledge and co-creation involving multiple actors and end-users.
IAISON: Better Rural Innovation: Linking Actors, Instruments and Policies through Networks
LIAISON will effectively engage with policy-makers, administrators and practitioners to foster more interactive forms of research and action relating to innovation in rural areas. Central to LIAISON is a light-touch review of the experiences in approx. 200 projects and initiatives, and an in-depth assessment of approx. 30 interactive innovation projects in a broad range of agricultural and forestry sub-sectors and countries. These will provide the ground to study the diverse perceptions of ‘innovation’, ‘success’ and ‘impact’ in agriculture and rural development across the EU, the catalysts that lead to innovation, including regulatory change or non-policy stimuli, and the interplay between higher-level strategic and policy frameworks, and regional /local level policy implementation. Also, attention will be paid to connections between interactive innovation projects and other private sector, industry-led and civil society actions. LIAISON will measure its success in terms of the influence on policy processes and decisions, aiming to produce practice-ready tools that have been co-designed in processes involving the target users themselves.
MED includes several scientific communities from disciplinary to inter/transdisciplinary. Our strategy includes participating in networks that
strength our work and where we can also learn and actively participate. We see the integration in ITD Alliance as a natural step in our serous investment in inter and transdisciplinarity. The use of such approaches implies a high degree of responsibility and the integration in this network will definitely increase our capacity to assume it. Our institute reputation from a regional up to an international sphere is based on a long term care for the social capital created by our research and education activities. Hence, we propose ourselves to ITD Alliance motivate to learn and actively contribute to the network activities.
MED would like to integrate ITD alliance working groups, mainly those related to Toolkits&Methods and Integration Experts. We aim to continue our participation at the ITD Conference and enlarge the participation to other members of MED. We are also aiming to develop alliances within the network to organize training opportunities hosted by MED (and elsewhere) for capacity building in inter and transdisciplinarity for students, researchers and research managing bodies. Finally, we hope to meet new friends and new and exciting challenges.Member
Liberal Arts and Natural Sciences, University of Birmingham Kingdom

Liberal Arts and Natural Sciences (“LANS”) is a small and dynamic department at the University of Birmingham. The programme is organised around the central tenets of interdisciplinarity and transdisciplinarity, with staff fully engaged in teaching methods of integrative learning and civic engagement. The programme is designed so that learning is not restricted to formal spaces, but includes our Cultural Programme and other events.


The programme began 10 years ago, and as the current staff consolidate our teaching experience and look ahead to the next stage of the department’s dynamic development, we are keen to share our expertise with others, form new working relationships, and communicate our teaching experience through publishable content.

Since it was established in 2012, LANS has accumulated a wealth of experience in pedagogical innovation and the teaching of multidisciplinarity, interdisciplinarity, and transdisciplinarity. Joining the ITD-Alliance would provide us with an important and new space in which we can contribute to key discussions related to these topics, provide a formal means of developing the research-teaching nexus, and provide LANS with greater visibility internationally.

LANS hosts the University of Birmingham’s Interdisciplinary Teaching and Learning Group, which is available to all staff at the university. This would be an appropriate channel through which LANS can promote the benefits of its institutional membership of the ITD-Alliance. This would promote the ITD-Alliance widely across the university, as well as improve the levels of understanding, and quality of discussions, that are had about inter- and transdisciplinarity at the university.

Being part of an active and engaged community will allow LANS staff to have

ongoing discussions about teaching inter- and transdisciplinarity, which are otherwise typically had infrequently at conferences. These discussions will expose LANS staff to new ways of teaching inter- and transdisciplinarity, which will improve our collective understanding and how we teach our core curriculum.


Through working closely with Alliance members, we hope to build new partnerships that will benefit staff and which could lead to formal arrangements that benefit LANS students.


By participating in the working groups, we would be part of important discussions that establish coherence while maintaining a plurality of views on inter- and transdisciplinarity. We would be able to contribute to the impact that will be had by the ITD-Alliance as it builds its membership and extends its reach around the world.


This would also improve LANS’ visibility internationally.
Institute For Sustainable Futures

The Institute for Sustainable Futures (ISF) at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) is a transdisciplinary (TD) research institute with a higher-degree research program. The ISF currently has 70 full-time researchers and 64 higher-degree research students. Established in 1997, ISF brings together expertise from diverse disciplines to deliver practical solutions for our partners and empower our researchers to effect positive change toward sustainable futures.  The Institute is independent of other faculties at UTS and is primarily funded through external research income and supports UTS’s ambition to be a leading public university of technology recognised for global impact. More information on our focus can be found here:

We see the ITD-Alliance as one way of ensuring that researchers and higher degree research students at the Institute for Sustainable Futures are connected to a global network of inter-and transdisciplinary individuals and Institutions, and are productively learning from and helping to inform this network.  Also, we believe that this collaborative network through the sharing of theories, methodologies, practices, and experiences, will help develop, evaluate and strengthen inter- and transdisciplinary learning and research within the Institute for Sustainable Futures. 

Through the ITD-Alliance, we want to connect and engage with other inter- and transdisciplinarity institutions and individuals from across the globe. We hope that the ITD-Alliance will create a collaborative network that allows us to share theories, methodologies, practices, and experiences with other institutions and individuals within the network. Through this sharing, we hope the ITD-Alliance will help us to work collaboratively with others in the network to collectively develop, evaluate and strengthen capabilities for inter- and transdisciplinary learning and research.Member
TD School, University of Technology Sydney in 2017, TD School is UTS home for the integration of transdisciplinary education, research, and engagement. TD School offers internationally acclaimed coursework and does research for real world impact. We are driven to tackle problems that matter by integrating expertise across academic disciplines with expertise from professions, policy, and lived experiences. We frequently use creative and complex systems methods to evaluate complex challenges and to propose new ways forward. We operate across UTS, and regularly collaborate with colleagues across all faculties, the Institute for Sustainable Futures (ISF), the Institute for Public Policy and Governance (IPPG) and Jumbunna. TD School is now 6 years old and individual academics have presented at the ITD Conferences. As we have grown, so has the field of TD researchers. Becoming an institutional member is an important step to recognise the important role of international communities like ITD Alliance and for TD School to be part of the conversation about how to enable more TD research and to be connected with a like-minded community, including opportunities to collaborate, share graduate student supervision, and more.By becoming an institutional member of the ITD Alliance, TD School expects to have more opportunities to share insights about TD research through formal exchanges like conferences, but also through other channels linked to being part of an active community. We also expect to add to the existing institutional partners of the ITD Alliance to give the alliance a larger voice when it provides statements to potential funders, supporters, partners or donors of inter- and transdisciplinary projects. By being an active member, we also expect greater visibility of trends in TD research that can affect the career trajectories of the graduates we produce as well as of the academics already in this field of research. We welcome connections to other like-minded institutions who wish to connect over our distinctive emphasis on creative methods and to explore how complex challenges vary around the globe.Member
Centre For Transdisciplinary Development Studies (CETRAD)

CETRAD (Centre for Transdisciplinary Development Studies) is a research unit (RU) in social
sciences hosted by the UTAD (University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro) located in the
city of Vila Real, in the Northeast of Portugal. This RU celebrated 20 years in 2022. It is
funded by the FCT (Foundation for Science and Technology), the Portuguese public agency
that supports research in science, technology and innovation in all areas of knowledge.
CETRAD multidisciplinary team integrates researchers from a diversity of sciences
anthropology, economics, business & management, social work, sociology, tourism,

agrarian, development studies, regional and rural studies. CETRAD mission is creating
knowledge built on innovative approaches aimed at promoting inclusive smart sustainable
wellbeing development policies, strategies, processes and in low-density territories (rural
and intermediate areas) by understanding how better overcoming the barriers derived
from insufficient embeddedness, feeble connectivity, and limited relatedness and the
challenges placed by demographic shrinking.

CETRAD team organises around four research groups working interactively in transversal
projects building on inter and transdisciplinary approaches and practices and integrating
national and international multidisciplinary research consortiums and networks. Counts
with more than 50 PhD students mainly enrolled in the two interdisciplinary Ph.D.
programmes hosted by the CETRAD, Agribusiness & Sustainability and Development,
Societies & Territories. CETRAD is launching a territorial living lab (DoLL – Douro Socio-
ecological Living Lab). Motivation come from the experience in inter and transdisciplinary and aim of become part of broader and international network that helps CETRAD to move forward and be part of the reference centres on this domain.
To be an active member and to contribute to/with initiatives, ideas and long run
cooperation aiming at developing and institutionalising transdisciplinarity as an a
acknowledged approach both at academic and non-academic (namely policy)
University of Buenos Aires/ Faculty of Architecture, Design and Urbanism FADU-UBAhttp://www.fadu.uba.arArgentinaFADU-UBA is one of the largest higher education environments in
architecture, urbanism and design in Argentina, with 25.000 students and
3.000 professors and researchers. Design research and transdisciplinary
research are emerging fields, and particularly suited for the FADU’s
architects, urbanists, industrial designers, graphic designers, fashion
designers, communication designers.
FADU-UBA does not yet have established links to international communities of
transdisciplinary research. The ITD Alliance membership would be
particularly beneficial to support the process of profiling design research and
education as highly relevant knowledge fields in support of the sustainability
agenda and in relation to scholarly contributions to this field by scholars of
the Global South.
  • Giving FADU-UBA access to research communities, initiatives, events, databases of the ITD Alliance
  • Providing FADU-UBA an official international context when striving for recognition of design research and other less conventional forms of research
  • Inviting ITD Alliance members to link up with FADU-UBA researchers, their expertise and cases
Centre for Integrated Research on Culture and Society (CIRCUS), Uppsala UniversityCentre for Integrated Research on Culture and Society (CIRCUS), Uppsala UniversitySwedenThe purpose of CIRCUS is to strengthen inter- and multidisciplinary research collaborations across subjects, faculties and disciplinary domains at Uppsala University. CIRCUS is based on research in the humanities and social sciences and develops research collaborations that span the entire breadth of research at Uppsala University. CIRCUS’s overall mission is to develop successful interdisciplinary research of the highest quality for the benefit of humanity and for a better world. This is achieved by strengthening the University’s ability to produce various forms of cross-cutting research through skills development and qualified support for researcher-initiated cross-cutting collaboration. CIRCUS undertakes activities that strengthen employees’ ability to initiate and participate in such collaborations. CIRCUS also works to develop the organisational conditions for cross-cutting research collaboration at the University. CIRCUS also supports collaboration-intensive research projects. CIRCUS is also tasked to stay in contact with relevant research on interdisciplinarity and to have knowledge exchanges with national and international units with similar missions.We perceive ITD-Alliance to be an important arena for knowledge exchange on the facilitation of ITD research.We expect to expand our network of contacts with centres and units that have similar missions to our own. We also plan to engage with some of the working groups and to attend ITD24.Member
AwhiWorld New ZealandAwhiWorld is a transdisciplinary creative organisation based in Northland, New Zealand, with a global operational footprint. Our mission centres on building resilience, stimulating innovation, and regenerating people and places through immersive, collaborative approaches. This mission is realized through immersive experiences, interactive art, and transformative training that harnesses emerging technologies alongside a broad spectrum of creative practices. Over the past decade, AwhiWorld has established a significant track record in delivering generative projects that positively impact communities and international audiences. Our approach integrates creative innovation labs that not only activate specific locations but also convene a diverse array of participants—artists, scientists, researchers, activists, and creative technologists from fields including the arts, sciences, humanities, and social sciences. These labs address critical global challenges such as climate change, biodiversity loss, and resilience and regeneration issues.AwhiWorld seeks to join the ITD Alliance primarily to expand its global network and forge collaborative relationships with like-minded organizations, researchers, and practitioners engaged in transdisciplinary work. This membership would enhance AwhiWorld's visibility and influence in the field of transdisciplinary research and practice and provide access to cutting-edge knowledge and resources. Such engagement is crucial for staying abreast of emerging trends and technologies that can be integrated into our innovative projects and educational programs. Additionally, the alliance offers opportunities for educational development, which aligns perfectly with AwhiWorld’s focus on transformative training. By incorporating new insights and methodologies from the ITD Alliance, AwhiWorld can further enrich its training programs, ensuring they remain impactful and relevant. Being part of a global community also enhances our capacity to influence policy and advocacy, particularly in areas central to our mission, such as climate change and community regeneration. Joining the ITD Alliance would bring external benefits and contribute to internal growth. It would enhance our organisational capabilities in delivering impactful projects, refining methodologies, and effectively managing and scaling our approaches. The recognition and credibility that come with being associated with the ITD Alliance are also vital, as they can aid in securing funding and other resources necessary for sustaining and expanding our transdisciplinary endeavours. In return, AwhiWorld brings a wealth of experience and a unique perspective to the ITD Alliance, particularly from our rural and community-based initiatives. With a decade of success in creating immersive, interactive art and transformative training programs, we offer proven methodologies and creative insights that could enrich the alliance's collective knowledge base. Our projects, which effectively leverage emerging technologies and diverse creative practices, serve as models for creatively managing the impacts of climate change, social disparity, and isolation. These efforts underscore our capability to generate positive community impacts through transdisciplinary approaches. AwhiWorld's active engagement in global and local contexts adds valuable case studies and data to the alliance. Furthermore, our established network of multidisciplinary creatives and organisations across New Zealand and internationally can facilitate broader connections and collaborations within the network, enhancing its initiatives' global reach and effectiveness.By joining the ITD Alliance, AwhiWorld anticipates deepening its impact and extending its reach in transdisciplinary research and creative practice. Our central expectation is to foster stronger international collaborations that enable us to share and co-develop innovative solutions to pressing global challenges, particularly environmental sustainability and social equity. We aim to participate in and contribute to the Alliance’s thought leadership, benefiting from and adding to the rich pool of resources, expertise, and networking opportunities available. This collaboration should also enhance our ability to influence policy and decision-making locally and globally, integrating creative and technological solutions into broader societal frameworks. Furthermore, the alliance will provide a platform for showcasing our unique approaches and projects gaining critical feedback and insights that can refine and scale our work. We also seek to leverage the alliance’s educational resources to develop our training programs further, ensuring they are cutting-edge and globally informed. Ultimately, AwhiWorld’s involvement with the ITD Alliance should lead to measurable advancements in how transdisciplinary methods are applied to solve real-world problems, demonstrating the practical value and effectivenessMember

Individual Members

Joining the ITD Alliance as individual members, these people resemble the diverse inter- and transdisciplinary community. Here you can find a list of our founding members, who joined the ITD Alliance during its founding phase and who form the core of inter- and transdisciplinary communities. The search function will scan all available fields.

First NameSurnameAffiliationCountryMembership Status
PiaLaborgneEuropean Institute for Energy ResearchGermanyFounding Member
AngelaOsterheiderBerlin University Alliance GermanyFounding Member
Gilberto Zinzún HernándezUniversidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Carrera de Médico Cirujano, Fes Iztacala.MexicoFounding Member
MartinaSchäferTechnische Universität Berlin, Center for Technology and SocietyGermanyFounding Member
MerrittPolkGöteborgs Universitet, Global StudiesSwedenFounding Member
KathrinWieckTechnische Universität Berlin, Büro der Ersten Vizepräsidentin, Ressort Forschung, Berufungsstrategie und TransferGermanyFounding Member
CristinaZurbriggenUDELARUruguayFounding Member
StefanBöschenRWTH Aachen, Human Technology CenterGermanyFounding Member
JuliaBackhausRWTH Aachen University, Human Technology CentreGermanyFounding Member
GabrielaMicheliniFachhochschule Potsdam, Institut für Angewandte Forschung Urbane ZukunftGermanyFounding Member
BethPerryUniversity of Sheffield, Urban InstituteUnited KingdomFounding Member
ChristianBerkesUniversity of Applied Sciences Potsdam, Urban FuturesGermanyFounding Member
ReaPärliETH Zürich, USYS & GESSSwitzerlandFounding Member
Matthew James ThanduxoloWeaverRhodes University, Institute for Water ResearchSouth AfricaFounding Member
Carolyn Gay (Tally)PalmerRhodes University, Institute for Water ResearchSouth AfricaFounding Member
Jessica JaneCockburnRhodes University, Department of Environmental ScienceSouth AfricaFounding Member
KristinaPelikanSwiss TPHSwitzerlandFounding Member
SusanneSchuck-ZöllerHeimholtz-Zentrum Hereon, Climate Service Center Germany (GERICS)GermanyFounding Member
LiviaFritzEPFLSwitzerlandFounding Member
AntjeMichelPotsdam University of Applied SciencesGermanyFounding Member
NicoleAeschbachHeidelberg University, Institute of GeographyGermanyFounding Member
NicholasZingaleClevelenad State UniversityUnited States of AmericaFounding Member
JillianStudentWageningen University & ResearchNetherlandsFounding Member
GenowefaBlundo CantoFrench Agricultural Research Center for international Development, Environments and ScientistsFranceFounding Member
HolgerHoffGraz University, Wegener CenterAustriaFounding Member
GabrieleBammerAustralian National University, Research School of Population HealthAustraliaFounding Member
SawsanKhuriCollaborative Capacities (and University of Exeter), (Medical Sciences)United KingdomFounding Member
YasuhisaKondoResearch Institute for Humanity and Nature, RIHN CenterJapanFounding Member
Philipp ArthurUlbrichUniversity of Warwick, Institute for Global Sustainable DevelopmentUnited KingdomFounding Member
TasneemJhetamStellenbosch University, Centre for Sustainability TransitionsSouth AfricaFounding Member
Ana MariaCasnatiUniversidad de la República, CENTUR NEUruguayFounding Member
Gemma BrigidO'SullivanTrinity College Dublin, School of EducationIrelandFounding Member
IverOhmTU Berlin / Berlin University Alliance, Department Science & Society / Citizen ForenGermanyFounding Member
BrianBelcherRoyal Roads UniversityCanadaFounding Member
KerstinKrellenbergUniversity of Vienna, Geography and Regional ResearchAustriaFounding Member
MartinaUkowitzUniversity of Klagenfurt, Department of Human Resources, Leadership, and OrganizationAustriaFounding Member
MilenaKlatkoski KimUniversity of Western AustraliaAustraliaFounding Member
Kristine SusannaLundCNRSFranceFounding Member
MargaretKrebsEarth Leadership ProgramUnited States of AmericaFounding Member
KaterynaPereverzaKTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sustainable Development, Environmental Sciences and EngineeringSwedenFounding Member
UlrikeKuchnerSuratómicaUnited KingdomFounding Member
JulieZähringerCentre for Development and Environment, University of BernSwitzerlandFounding Member
KaisaKorhonen-KurkiFinnish Environment Institute SYKEFinlandFounding Member
Patricio GabrielBelloy KauakAustral University of Chile / University of Massachusetts Boston, Institute of Economics and Transdisciplinary Center for Environmental Studies / McCormack School of Policy and Global StudiesUnited States of AmericaFounding Member
MatthiasWannerWuppertal Institute, Sustainable Consumption and Produktion - Innovation LabsGermanyFounding Member
Ana IsabellaGonzáles PalmaCenter for Health Studies, Universidad del Valle de Guatemala, Unit of Medical AnthropologyGuatemalaFounding Member
Ana IsabelGarcía AmbrosyCenter for Health Studies Universidad Del Valle de Guatemala, BiologyGuatemalaFounding Member
MonicaBerger-GonzalezUniversidad del Valle de Guatemala, Center for Health StudiesGuatemalaFounding Member
CeciliaHidalgoUniversidad de Buenos Aires, Ciencias AntropológicasArgentine RepublicFounding Member
AlexBaumberUniversity of Technology Sydney, TD SchoolAustraliaFounding Member
UlrikeZeshanUniversity of Central Lancashire, School of Humanities, Language and Global StudiesUnited KingdomFounding Member
Stephen JamesCrowleyBoise State University, PhilosophyUnited States of AmericaFounding Member
JulioLabranaUniversity of Tarapaca, Faculty of EducationChileFounding Member
MarianaZafeirakpooulosUTSAustraliaFounding Member
LakshmiCharli-JosephNational Autonomous University of Mexico, National Laboratory for Sustainability Sciences, Institute of EcologyMexicoFounding Member
Maria Goñi MazzitelliUniversidad de la República, Comisión Sectorial de Investigación CientíficaUruguayFounding Member
PaulBolgerUniversity College Cork, Environmental Research InstituteIrelandFounding Member
IleanaEspejelUniversidad Autónoma de Baja California, Facultad de CienciasMexicoFounding Member
TanjaGoljaUniversity of Technology SydneyAustraliaFounding Member
SofiaVargasCEGA - University of Chile - TdLab - USYS - ETHChileFounding Member
KatharinaTothUniversity of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Institute for Sustainable Economic DevelopmentAustriaFounding Member
OlgaSkrebecUniversity of Applied Sciences and Arts Dortmund, Department of Applied Social SciencesGermanyFounding Member
CatherineJacksonSalisbury UniversityUnited States of AmericaFounding Member
HacerTercanliGermanyFounding Member
BiancaVienni BaptistaTransdisciplinarity Lab, ETH ZurichSwitzerlandFounding Member
AbigailPoeskeCleveland State UniversityUnited States of AmericaFounding Member
JanFreihardtETH Zürich, Wissenschaf(f)t Zukünfte e.V.SwitzerlandFounding Member
FlurinaSchneiderISOE - Institute for Social-Ecological Research and Goethe University of FrankfurtGermanyFounding Member
SajaniKandelUniversity of MassachusettsUnited States of AmericaFounding Member
InesOmannSustainable Quality of Life - Research and FacilitationAustriaFounding Member
MariaPerevochtchikovaEl Colegio de México A.C.MexicoFounding Member
Jacqueline AmandaMelvoldUniversity of Technology SydneyAustraliaFounding Member
CarlosGomezUniversidad Nacional Agraria La MolinaPeruFounding Member
AndrzielZieleniecOpen universityUnited KingdomFounding Member
LucianoVillalbaUniversidad Nacional del Centro de la Provincia de Buenos AiresArgentineFounding Member
CatherineAmelinkVirginia TechUnited States of AmericaFounding Member
FemkeMerkxKenniscocreatie, onderzoek & adviesNetherlandsFounding Member
IsabelleProvidoliCentre for Development and Environment, University of BernSwitzerlandFounding Member
Suzanne A.PierceUniversity of Texas at Austin, Texas Advanced Computing CenterUnited States of AmericaFounding Member
IngeborgNiestroyInstitute for Advanced Sustainability studies e.V. (IASS)GermanyFounding Member
Lorraevan KerkhoffThe Australian National University, Fenner School of Environment and SocietyAustraliaFounding Member
Daniel J.LangLeuphana Universitaet Lueneburg, Institut für Ethik und Transdisziplinaere NachhaltigkeitsforschungGermanyFounding Member
CsabaBogdánUniversity of Pécs Medical School, Institute of Transdiscipllinary DiscoveriesHungaryFounding Member
Kirsi-Mari AnneleCheasUniversity of Vaasa, Innolab & FINTERDIS - The Finnish Interdisciplinary Society, InnolabFinlandFounding Member
AudreyPodannTechnische Universität Berlin, Executive BoardGermanyFounding Member
Eli HatleskogUniversity of Bristol, Civil EngineeringUnited KingdomFounding Member
GesRosenbergUniversity of Bristol, Mechanical EngineeringUnited KingdomFounding Member
HeinMalleeResearch Institute for Humanity and NatureJapanFounding Member
JanaSemrauFriedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-NürnbergGermanyFounding Member
MonikaGonserIntersectoral School of Governance Baden-Württemberg, DHBWGermanyFounding Member
JiaYingChewNational Universiy of Singapore, Division of Industrial DesignSingaporeFounding Member
VanjaDjinlevETH Zürich, TdLabSwitzerlandFounding Member
Basirat AshabiOyalowoUniversity of Lagos, Estate ManagementNigeriaFounding Member
Julianna MarieGwiszczArizona State University, Julie Ann Wrigley Global Futures LaboratoryUnited States of AmericaFounding Member
MichaelaCosijnCSIRO, Land and WaterAustraliaFounding Member
GiuliaSonettiPolitecnico di TorinoItalyFounding Member
Felix KwabenaDonkorUniversity of Education, Winneba-GhanaGhanaFounding Member
NikkiBrandDelft University of TechnologyNetherlandsFounding Member
GaetanoLotrecchianoGeorge Washington University, Associate Dean, Innovative and Collaborative PedagogyUnited States of AmericaFounding Member
Anna-LeenaKähkönenUniversity of JyväskyläFinlandFounding Member
CarynAndersonKnowledge E, Training& Strategy ExpertUnited Arab EmiratesFounding Member
Tan VuNguyenAlbert-Ludwigs-Universität FreiburgGermanyFounding Member
ClemensMaderEmpa - Technology and Society Lab, RCE ZurichSwitzerlandFounding Member
TonyLinghamInteraction Science, LLC., Co founder, Chief Executive and Science OfficerUnited States of AmericaFounding Member
Rebecca Laycock PedersenBlekinge Institute of Technology, Department of Strategic Sustainable DevelopmentSwedenFounding Member
SusannePrattUniversity of Technology Sydney (UTS), Transdisciplinary SchoolAustraliaFounding Member
IngoHoelzleETH, TdLabSwitzerlandFounding Member
Christine OgilvieHendrenAppalachian State University, Research Institute for Environment, Energy and EconomicsUnited States of AmericaFounding Member
ElisabethHuber-SannwaldInstituto Potosino de Investicación Científica y Tecnológica, Environmental Sciences MexicoFounding Member
Delvendé InnocentKibaINERABurkina FasoFounding Member
StefanHilserHochschule Darmstadt, s:ne Systeminnovation für Nachhaltige Entwicklung - Servicezentrum Forschung und TransferGermanyFounding Member
GeorgesSeingierUniversidad Autónoma de Baja California, Facultad de Ciencieas MarinasMexicoFounding Member
StephenFioreUniversity of Central FloridaUnited States of AmericaFounding Member
VanessaVargas-NguyenUMCES, Integration and Application NetworkUnited States of AmericaFounding Member
JonathanNellermoeUniversity of Utah, Center for Global SurgeryUnited States of AmericaFounding Member
GülOzerolUniversity of TwenteNetherlandsFounding Member
JulianaMerçonUniversidad VeracruzanaMexicoFounding Member
HallieEakinSchool of Sustainability, Arizone Sate UniversityUnited States of AmericaFounding Member
Jesús M.SiqueirosIIMAS, Universidad Nactional Autónoma de MéxicoMexicoFounding Member
BinBin J.PearceTransdisciplinarity Lab, ETH ZurichSwitzerlandFounding Member
KristineGlauberDuke UniversityUnited States of AmericaFounding Member
UlliVilsmaierResponsive Research CollectiveAustria/SwitzerlandFounding Member
Blessing NonyeOnyimaSociology/Antrhopology, Faculty of Social Sciences, PMB 5025, Nnamdi Azikiwe UniversityNigeriaFounding Member
ZeynepBirselErasmus UniversityNetherlandsFounding Member
FrédéricDarbellayUniversity of GenevaSwitzerlandFounding Member
JulieThompson KleinWayne State University / AIS / INSciTSUSAFounding Member
TetsuSatoEhime University SDGs Promotion OfficeJapanFounding Member
Jying-Syuan (Elaine)HuangUNU-IASTaiwan (R.O.C.)Founding Member
RanyaÖzcelikVeterinary Public Health Institute, Vetsuisse Faculty, University of BernSwitzerlandFounding Member
BlaneHarveyMcGill UniversityCanadaFounding Member
DorothyBirungiCenter for Development Research-ZEFGermanyFounding Member
CarmanMelendrezUniversity of New MexicoUnited States of AmericaFounding Member
EduardoLunaMexicoFounding Member
Didi M. E.GriffioenAmsterdam University of Applied SciencesNetherlandsFounding Member
CatherineLyallUniversity of EdinburghScotlandFounding Member
MariaGarcia-MartinSwiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research WSLSwitzerlandFounding Member
KristinaLikhachevaFranceFounding Member
RicoDefilaUniversity of Basel, MGU, Research Group Inter-/TransdisciplinaritySwitzerlandFounding Member
AntoniettaDi GiulioUniversity of Basel, MGU, Research Group Inter-/TransdisciplinaritySwitzerlandFounding Member
RodrigoGonzáles- GonzálesFacultad de Ciencias, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de MéxicoMexicoFounding Member
MaricarmenEsperMACCUnited States of AmericaFounding Member
Mabel AworhFederal Ministry of Agriculture & Rural DevelopmentNigeriaFounding Member
MaitumelengNthonthoUniversity of Pretoria, Faculty of EducationSouth AfricaFounding Member
VladimirMokiyRussiaFounding Member
TatianaLukyanovaInstitute of Transdisciplinary TechnologiesRussiaFounding Member
AndresMaria-RamirezEl Colegio de Tlaxcala, A.C. MexicoMexicoFounding Member
RyanRunkewichUnited States of AmericaFounding Member
UeliGisigerSwitzerlandFounding Member
ChristineBoehlerCross-Disciplinary Strategies, University of Applied Arts ViennaAustriaMember
MyrtilleLacosteCurtin UniversityFranceMember
DenaFamUniversity of Technolology SydneyAustraliaFounding Member
SeongsookChoiUniversity of EdinburghScotlandMember
Yonas YohannesShikurEthiopian Environment and Forest Research InstituteEthiopiaMember
TitilolaBright-OridamiUniversity of LagosNigeriaMember
OliverMtapuriUniversity of KwaZulu NatalSouth AfricaMember
MorakaneMadibaUhunu Career Guidance and Learning OrganisationSouth AfricaMember
BezayeGorfu TessemaRhodes UniversitySouth AfricaMember
DavidMuchangiUniversity of EmbuKenyaMember
KarenListonWayne State University, DetroitUSAMember
TobiasBuserITD AllianceSwitzerlandFounding Member
ReginaRhodiusÖko-Institut e.VGermanyMember
SteveMartinUniversities of Nottingham and WorcesterUnited KingdomMember
LindaWilsonUniversity of Western AustraliaAustraliaMember
MariannePenkerUniversity of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, ViennaAustriaMember
Paul HirschState University of New YorkUnited States of AmericaMember
HannaHilbertInstitute for Social-Ecological ResearchGermanyMember
TomDedeurwaerdereUniversité catholique de LouvainBelgiumMember
IbrahimUmarPublic and Environmental Health Department, Federal University DutseNigeraMember
RogerMalinaUniversity of Texas at DallasUSAMember
Pfungwa MichelleNyamukachiUniversity of Pretoria South AfricaMember
ColleenKnechtelUniversity of AlbertaCanadaMember
BashudevNeupaneJay NepalNepalMember
IrisMenckeMusic Perception and Processing Lab, Department of Medical Physics and Acoustic, Carl von Ossietzky Universität OldenburgGermanyMember
SibylleStuderCaritas SwitzerlandSwitzerlandMember
MariaFrancoBerner FachhochshulSwitzerlandMember
MichelSpiroChair Steering Committee of the International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development IYBSSD 2022 2023FranceMember
EvelinaBurokeUniversity of VilniusLithuaniaMember
CoryWhitneyUniversity of BonnGermanyMember
Elsa LigayaDingkuhnWUR - Farming System Ecology group, wageningen UniversityNetherlandsMember
Andrea Alejandra Núñez RomeroUniversidad de La FronteraChileMember
SusanneMoserSusanne Moser Research & ConsultingUSAMember
KumelaNedessaAddis Ababa UniversityEthiopiaMember
Ana PaulaMargainMexicoMember
RogerKellerUniversity of ZürichSwitzerlandMember
Ana RobertaFonseca ToussaintMexicoMember
ErikSternWeber State UniversityUSAMember
Mingbao ChenMacau University of Science and TechnologyChinaMember
KittyWooleySenior Fellows and FriendsUSAMember
MilanSlat Friedrich-Schiller-University JenaGermanyMember
MelissaRobson-WilliamsManaaki Whenua Landcare ResearchAotearoa New ZealandMember
PayalMaharajUniversity of Queensland and University of the South PacificFijiMember
Carole BernadetteRapoETH Zürich, D-USYSSwitzerlandMember