His scientific interests lie mostly in Environmental resource management, Sustainability organizations, Strategic planning, Sustainability science and Engineering ethics. The study of Environmental resource management is intertwined with the study of Guiding Principles in a number of ways. Daniel J. Lang works mostly in the field of Sustainability organizations, limiting it down to topics relating to Environmental ethics and, in certain cases, Social psychology and Green economy.
The various areas that Daniel J. Lang examines in his Strategic planning study include Transportation planning, Transport engineering and Function. His Sustainability science study incorporates themes from Backcasting, Leverage, Transformational leadership and Participatory action research. His Engineering ethics research incorporates themes from Constructivism, Pedagogy, Active learning, Environmental education and Coaching.
His primary areas of study are Environmental resource management, Sustainability science, Transdisciplinarity, Engineering ethics and Sustainability organizations. His studies deal with areas such as Environmental economics and Operationalization as well as Environmental resource management. His Sustainability science study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Knowledge management, Environmental ethics and Transformational leadership.
His Knowledge management study combines topics in areas such as Higher education and Sustainability research. His Engineering ethics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Transformative learning and Action. His Sustainability organizations research includes elements of Management science and Social sustainability.
Daniel J. Lang focuses on Sustainability science, Transformational leadership, Engineering ethics, Transdisciplinarity and Action. His Sustainability science research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Environmental ethics, Leverage and Corporate governance. His Transformational leadership research includes themes of Management science and Knowledge-based systems.
His Engineering ethics study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Common ground. His work carried out in the field of Transdisciplinarity brings together such families of science as Capacity building, Change agent and Professional development. Daniel J. Lang interconnects Process and Process management in the investigation of issues within Action.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Sustainability science, Environmental ethics, Public relations, Transformative learning and Perspective. His Sustainability science study incorporates themes from Ecological systems theory and Action. His study in Environmental ethics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Corporate governance and Psychological resilience.
His Public relations study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Urban sustainability and Transformative capacity. The various areas that Daniel J. Lang examines in his Transformative learning study include Social innovation and Economic geography. Daniel J. Lang carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Discipline and Context.
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Transdisciplinary research in sustainability science: practice, principles, and challenges
Daniel J. Lang;Arnim Wiek;Matthias Bergmann;Michael Stauffacher.
Leverage points for sustainability transformation
David James Abson;Jörn Fischer;Julia Leventon;Jens Newig.
A review of transdisciplinary research in sustainability science
Patric Brandt;Anna Ernst;Fabienne Gralla;Christopher Luederitz.
Transdisciplinary case studies as a means of sustainability learning: Historical framework and theory
Roland W. Scholz;Daniel J. Lang;Arnim Wiek;Alexander I. Walter.
Ecosystem services as a boundary object for sustainability
D.J. Abson;H. von Wehrden;S. Baumgärtner;J. Fischer.
A review of urban ecosystem services: six key challenges for future research
Christopher Luederitz;Christopher Luederitz;Ebba Brink;Fabienne Gralla;Verena Hermelingmeier.
Learning through evaluation: A tentative evaluative scheme for sustainability transition experiments
Christopher Luederitz;Niko Schapke;Arnim Wiek;Arnim Wiek;Daniel J. Lang.
Prospective Environmental Life Cycle Assessment of Nanosilver T-Shirts
Tobias Walser;Evangelia Demou;Evangelia Demou;Daniel J. Lang;Daniel J. Lang;Stefanie Hellweg.
Learning to research environmental problems from a functional socio‐cultural constructivism perspective: The transdisciplinary case study approach
M. Stauffacher;A.I. Walter;D.J. Lang;A. Wiek.
Collaboration between the natural, social and human sciences in Global Change Research
Poul Holm;Michael Evan Goodsite;Sierd Cloetingh;Mauro Agnoletti.
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