Climate Talks 2021

It is with great pleasure that we invite you to join this spring’s Climate Talks series. The format is the following: the talks last one hour, and at each talk two researchers from the Faculty of Social Sciences present some of their work in relation to climate and sustainability science. The talks represent a unique opportunity to learn more about the research on climate change and sustainability, which is going on at the Faculty of Social Sciences. The talks provide an opportunity to learn more about, and be inspired by, others' research, and the talks provide the foundation for fruitful academic exchange in an informal atmosphere.

To register online, please click here.

Program

Date: February 23
Time: 10.00-11.00

Date: March 23
Time: 10.00-11.00

Date: April 21
Time: 15.00-16.00

Date: May 18
Time: 09.00-10.00

Peter Kjær Kruse-Andersen:
”An economic perspective on CO2-leakage”

Mads Ejsing:
”Democracy and climate politics”

Lars Tønder:
”Project on the citizens climate panel”

Nicole Doerr:
”Democracy and climate justice street protests”

Peter Kielberg Fisker & Hanna Mareen Berkel:
”Consequences of a changing climate in Mozambique”

Kristoffer Albris:
”Sea level rise and storm flooding in Denmark”

Kelton Ray Minor:
”Social Meteorology”

Best regards on behalf of Centre for Sustainability and Society (SUSY).

The first two Climate Talks on February 23 and March 23 have been recorded and can be viewed below.