People – Environment Research Group

Organisation type: Research group
Address: Department of Psychology, 
University of A Coruña, Spain.
Region: International
Established: 1995
Website: people-environment-udc.org

 

The People-Environment Research Group (GRIPA)University of A Coruña, born in 1995 in the framework of the research activities of the Laboratory of Social Psychology.It was formed by young researchers and the Faculty of Educational Sciences, and the School of Architecture of this University, the Faculty of Humanities at the University of Vigo and the Faculty of Psychology at the University of Santiago de Compostela. Since then the group has carried out continuous research into the specific applied field of Environmental Psychology and Environmental Education, as well as in the interdisciplinary field of People-Environment Studies, by conducting applied research. 

Check out the website for recent publications and events.

 

  • Alternative Forms of Houses
  • Analysis of Daily Spaces (Houses)
  • Co2 Reduction
  • Ecological Responsible Behavior
  • Environmental Policy and Public Participation
  • Environmental Quality
  • Health
  • Human Values
  • Information and Communication
  • Perspective of the Citizen/User
  • Safety
  •  Social Impact Evaluation and Public Opinion
  • Social Innovation
  • Social-Community
  • Sustainable Consumption
  • Sustainable Lifestyles and Green Economy

 

 

 

2016 | University of A Coruña
Workshop: The role of social learning in the individual and collective agency for social innovation

2015 | University of A Coruña
Workshop: Theories of change in sustainability transitions

2010 | Menéndez Pelayo International University
Seminar: Sustainability and climate change. Advances in social science research

2007 | University of A Coruña
Course: Sustainability, Values and the Environment

2006 | Costa da Morte III
Lecture series: Social, Economic and Cultural development, environment and quality of life

2005 | Costa da Morte II
Lecture series: Social Intervention and Local Development

2004 | Costa da Morte I
Lecture series: Social Intervention and Local Development

2003 | University of A Coruña
Lecture series: Social Psychology, Social Issues and the Environment

2000 | University of A Coruña
Workshop: Environmental Psychology: Environmental Attitudes and Values

1999 | University of A Coruña
Workshop: Environmental Psychology: Global and Local Environmental Problems

 

 

 

2017 |  University of A Coruña
International Conference on environmental psychology (ICEP): Theories of change and social innovation in transitions towards sustainability

2013 |  University of A Coruña
IAPS International Network Symposium: Sustainable environments in a changing global context. Identifying opportunities for innovative spaces and practices in contexts of crisis”

2005 |  University of A Coruña
9th Spanish National Conference of Social Psychology

2002 |  University of A Coruña
17th Conference of the International Association for People-Environment Studies (IAPS)

1998 |  University of A Coruña
6th Spanish National Conference of Environmental Psychology

1997 | University of A Coruña
10th European Meeting of the Psychometric Society

1995 |  University of A Coruña
European Conference on the Environment: Ecological Responsibility and Environmental Resources Management: Methodological Issues

1994 |  University of A Coruña
International Conference on Youth Research Methods: Methodological Issues in Cross-Cultural Youth Research (in collaboration with the Social Psychology European Research Institute (SPERI) and the Faculty of Psychology at the University of Santiago de Compostela).

1994 | University of A Coruña
17th Annual Scientific Meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology. Polities in Transition: Political and Psychological Aspects.

1993 | University of A Coruña
3rd National Congress of Methodology of Social and Behavioral Sciences

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