We are an expert group focused on the global delivery of:
Let LISD assist in your academic, professional and personal development. We provide an innovative form of internship placement and monitoring programs that are tailored to the interests and needs of a few, carefully selected individuals each year. Besides placement in one of our core projects on the basis of availability there is also the possibility of one of several advanced modes.
The Liechtenstein Institute for Strategic Development with support by the Government of Liechtenstein is pleased to provide its support in the Transforming Energy Access Learning Partnership (TEA-LP) program at selected universities across Africa, in keeping with a number of UN Sustainable Development Goals – including #7: affordable and clean energy for all.
We develop and manage sustainability events, conferences, communication campaigns, publications and training programs. Latest events include:
- Asian Sustainable Transport Training Workshop
10-11 November 2020, with UNCRD and IRENA
- TRANSITION WORKSHOP 2020: Roadmaps for resilient decarbonising cities, Geneva, Switzerland, July 13-24, 2020
- European Green Australia Summit (EUGAUS 2017) Berlin, Germany
LISD is collaborating with Gregg Nakano of Pacific ALLIES to formally establish Kwajalein Atoll Sustainability Laboratory (KASL), which will hopefully empower next generation leaders to protect, sustainably manage and restore ecosystems carrying capacity in the face of existential climate change threats. The aim is to help KASL stakeholders to develop and implement culture preservation strategies in the face of forced climate change migration.
Project H.O.M.E: LISD habitability projects on Mars and Earth. LISD conducts from 2014 into 2018 a series of projects exploring fundamental issues of terrestrial habitability on its multi-year project ‘Habitability of Mars and Earth (H.O.M.E)’.
We publish literature on sustainable urban development and renewable cities.