All events – big or small, national or international – are shaped by individuals. These individuals come together to form different groups and societies and states. The relationships between an individual, their societies, and their state affect the environment both directly and indirectly. An individual’s moral leanings and a society’s outlook toward the environment shape their actions and choices, which in turn affect the policy preferences made by the state. These state policies then contribute to the international stance and environmental system – how seriously we take environmental issues are reflected in these policies.
ISEM2022 aims to create an international symposium that focus on social and political sciences. This includes presentations and expert speaks examining the possible contribution of actors at each level in the interaction of the individual, society, state, and international system to the construction of a future in harmony with the environment.