DIin Elisabeth Loibl
Studied agriculture specializing in agricultural economics at the University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences in Vienna.
Since 1997 scientific activity under the subsistence perspective (Veronika Bennholdt-Thomsen, Maria Mies, Claudia von Werlhof, Christa Müller et al.). Since 2008 further focus on deep ecology (Arne Naess, Joanna Macy, Geseko von Lüpke, tiefenoekologie.de et al.)
Scientist, networker and organizer of deep ecology seminars (tiefenoekologie.at), lecturer at the University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences.
1991 stay in Malmö (Sweden). 1992 to July 1993 Assistant at the Institute for Human Development.
Has been working at the Federal Institute for Mountain Farmers since August 1993.
E. Loibl works mainly with the method of literature studies and participating observation. For example, she worked and lived as a volunteer on organic farms in South Tyrol, Mühlviertel (Upper Austria), France, Lower Austria and Styria for one and a half years. This led to the project Lebensform Landwirtschaft, which will be published in 2014 under the title "Aufbruch ins verloren glaubte Paradies" (Departure to Paradise Lost). Since 2011 she has been working preferably with the method of workshops to teach deep ecology and the way of the circle.
Perspective of subsistence and rural economy
Path of the circle - the old, new culture of conversation
Food Culture & Agriculture
Economic combination in agriculture
Agriculture as a way of life
Life in the countryside