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Outreach activities: seminars, lectures and workshops

Researchers at LUCSUS frequently hold seminars, lectures and other events aimed at the public, different stakeholder groups and organisations, and other researchers. This page is a summary of outreach acitivities in 2018.

Public lectures and events

  • Är klimatkompensation en rättvis lösning?

Lecture by Elina Andersson och Wim Carton, Stadsbiblioteket in Lund, 7 november 2018

About the event on Lund Sustainability Forum's web page.

  • Trump, myter och miljö – en studie av myternas betydelse för amerikansk miljöpolitik.

Lecture by Maja Essebo, LUCSUS, Landskrona Library 11 September 2018 and Arlövs library, 6 November 2018   

  • Model United Nations Malmö conference, Borgarskolan i Malmö

Lecture by Kimberly Nicholas, LUCSUS, 2 November 208

  • What can one person do about climate change?" Oikos Lund University

Lecture by Kimberly Nicholas, LUCSUS, 7 November 2018

  • Klimatet i formen mellan konst och vetenskap, lunch lecture at Dunkers Kulthurhus, Helsingborg.

Lecture with Maja Essebo and Kimberly Nicholas, 14 November 2018

  • Who should do what to solve climate change? LUCID finale conference at LUCSUS

Lecture by Kimberly Nicholas, LUCSUS, 16th October 2018

  • Attracting and retaining international researchers in Scandinavia. Nordic Brain Gain conference, Lund University. 

Lecture by Kimberly Nicholas, LUCSUS, 2 October 2018

  • Quantifying the carbon space and time to avoid dangerous climate change. Institute for Futures Studies Climate Ethics Kickoff. 

Lecture by Kimberly Nicholas, LUCSUS, 27 September

  • Keynote at VitiNord 2018 Scandinavia. The past, present, and future of climate change and wine: Global and local opportunities and challenges"

Lecture by Kimberly Nicholas, LUCSUS, 31 July 2018​C

Presentation slides from the event.

  • Människan vs klimatförändringarna." (5 minuter, börjar med 59:10), Science Slam, Almedalen, Visby, Gotland. 

Lecture by Kimberly Nicholas, LUCSUS, 3 July. 2018

  • A new climate for wine. Presentation to local wine and drink producers, regional tour and study visit hosted by Smaka på Skåne.

Lecture by Kimberly Nicholas, LUCSUS,.18 June 2018

  • Climate change in three acts. A puppet show with Becky Chaplin-Kramer. Stanford Sierra Camp

Lecture by Kimberly Nicholas, LUCSUS, 15 May 2018

  • Individual actions and climate change. Perspektiv på hållbar utveckling, teknisk nanovetenskap, LTH, Lund University 

Lecture by Kimberly Nicholas, LUCSUS,  26 April 2018

  • What about the environment in the Swedish elections? Panel discussion & Q&A. Edens Hörsal, Lund University. 

Lecture by Kimberly Nicholas, LUCSUS, 25 April 2018

  • Individual choices and sustainable development. The Long View, LTH, Lund University. Room 567 IKDC. 

Lecture by Kimberly Nicholas, LUCSUS, 19 April 2018

  • Bilden av klimatet. Ett samtal mellan klimatforskare om berättelsen, bilden och myten om klimatet med utgångspunkt i Bigert & Bergströms pågående utställning The Weather War.  Skissernas Museet, Lund. 

Lecture by Kimberly Nicholas, LUCSUS, 5 April 2018

About the event on Skissernas Museum's web page.

  • From Population to A Child: Personalizing Future Generations and Climate Change." Institute for Future Studies, Stockholm.

Lecture by Kimberly Nicholas, LUCSUS, 21 March 2018. 

Video of the talk on Framtidsstudier's Youtube channel.

  • Talk: Sustainability #1: THE WAY FORWARD FOR THE GLOBAL GOALS. Seventeen goals, twelve years to go. How can academia make a difference?

Lecture by Emily Boyd, LUCSUS, 9 March 2018

About the event on Lund Sustainability Forum's web page.

  • What can kids do about climate change? Lund International School Katedralskolan

Lecture by Kimberly Nicholas, LUCSUS, 3 March 208

Hållbarhetsveckan 2018

  • Arts Meet Science

With the event Arts Meet Science, LUCSUS and Skissernas Museum wish to explore the relationship between arts and science with a special focus on climate change and sustainability. Through workshops, collective art making, artistic installations and a panel debate with researchers and artists, we will explore how, and if, art and research can collaborate as a means to drive change for a more sustainable society. 

Skissernas Museum, 27 April 2018

To the programme for Arts Meet Science.

  • Whose land will feed, power and build a post 2030 world? Workshop by Emma Johansson and Sara Brogaard

Workshop by Emma Johansson and Sara Brogaard, LUCSUS, 25 April 2018

About the event on Lund Sustainability Forum's web page.

 

 

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