Opening and guided tour of the exhibition Carbon Ruins.
‘Carbon Ruins’ aims to transport the visitor into a future where transitions to post-fossil society has already happened. By focusing on recognisable objects the exhibition bridges the gap between the daily lives of humans and the abstract impacts of climate change. The choice of the objects and the associated stories are based on climate models and expertise from the Narrating Climate Futures network. The characters and events which construct the story have been generated through participatory workshops with researchers and practitioners in food, transport, steel, energy and plastic. The exhbition will be open all Sustainability Week. Read more
Climate Confessions by The Really Wild Show
Away from others, participants will find a quiet, cozy space, for a moment of introspection. Provided with a series of reflection questions that link to the adjacent exhibition Carbon Ruins, participants will record themselves talking about their own relation to the narratives, especially their past “sins” as well as their visions for changes in the future.
Since 2017, researchers and students at Lund University Centre for Sustainability Studies have embarked on a more experimental approach; the Really Wild Show. RWS brings together researchers, artists, and others in order to collectively realise performative events, moments, spaces, actions and interventions that enable a radical reimagining of sustainability, as a science, practice and performance. Our niches is to convene experience that are both cathartic and disruptive. More information
Location: Eden, Room 137
What is lost and what is gained as we rise from the carbon ruins?
A seminar exploring emotions, loss, and behavioral change in a time of political and ethical debate on responses to climate change. How could and should we talk about climate change to inspire change, not apathy? What are the best ways forward, and how do we handle guilt, loss and pressure, online and offline? Read more
Location: Edens Hörsal
Abc and WiSH invite you to a documentary screening of Sara Gabrielsson’s documentary “Breaking the Silence” - A film about the challenges with Menstrual Health Management in rural Tanzania. Louise Klintner will then present her research on “Why is there a lack of standards and regulations on the contents of menstrual hygiene products?”
Location: Geocentrum, Room 111
En hållbar måltid inom planetens gränser
I Sverige serveras ca 3 miljoner måltider dagligen i vård, skola och omsorg - här finns det stor möjlighet till klimatvinster. Men hur ser egentligen en näringsrik, god och prisvärd meny ut som även kan lagas inom de planetära gränserna? Lyssna på experter från Lunds Universitet, hör hur Göteborgs stad och Lunds kommun tacklar frågan samt skapa din alldeles egna klimatmeny! Read more
A practical guide to divestment
ave you ever wondered what your money does when you are not spending it? Are you concerned that it might help the fossil fuel industry to drive the destruction of our climate system? Are you concerned that your pension fund is investing in open-pit lignite mines in Germany? And have you heard or read about Hambacher Forst and feel helpless in face of the destruction happening there?
If you answered any of the questions above with “yes” then we might have answers AND solutions for you!At our seminar, we will inform you about:
- Why divestment matters
- How to start your own divestment campaign
- How to divest your Swedish pension
- Which bank to choose if you want to divest your assets
Olov Källgarn (Fossil Free Sweden) and Henner Busch (Lund University) will lead the seminar. Read more
Location: Magle konserthus
Negative emissions and the politics of anticipation.
A seminar with visiting researchers Silke Beck from the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research and Holly Jean Buck from UCLA’s Institute of the Environment and Sustainability.
Location: LUCSUS, Josefsson building, Oström
Other activities at LUCSUS during Sustainability week:
Imagining our future: A mindful journey to a sustainable world.
See the full programme for the Sustainability Week here