Sustainability Talks at Campus Gotland
Sustainability Talks is a series of transdisciplinary seminars at Campus Gotland with the ambition to link education and research with the United Nation's 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and provide a platform for guest lectures, student presentations and open discussions.
This seminar is a grass-root initiative where individuals from different faculties at Uppsala University, Campus Gotland joined forces in working towards an open discussion about sustainability, most importantly through a cross-disciplinary environment. One of the main objectives with the seminar series it to raise awareness in the local environment on Gotland.
Date: 20 September 2017 | Time: 8:00 - 9:30am | Room: E22
What does water mean to us?
Anna E Weiser and David O. Kronlid
2 June 2017
Master students from more than 10 countries present their research projects on various sustainability issues, including the water situation on Gotland, how local firms deal with environmental issues, democratic budgeting for social change, social innovations,
sustainable food production, the usage of fitness apps, to name a few.
22 February 2017
‘Accelerating towards Paris: how informed hope & action can Trump despair’
With Kevin Anderson, the second holder of the Zennström Visiting Professorship in Climate Change Leadership at Uppsala University. This talk will discuss the implications that the 1.5 degree target as agreed in the Paris Agreement has for our global energy systems.
16 November 2016
'The battle of sustainability will be won or lost in cities’
Thomas Elmqvist, brought us fresh insights from the Habitat III - United Nations Conference on Housing and Sustainable Urban Development that took place in Ecuador on 17-20 October 2016, and the adopted New Urban Agenda focusing on making cities equitable, prosperous and sustainable.
14 September 2016
'ON THE ROADS TOWARDS GREATER RESPONSIBILITY.’ A CRITICAL APPROACH TO A SUSTAINABLE LIFESTYLE
Jesse Schrage, former student at Uppsala University
‘DO WE AID BY CHOOSING FAIRTRADE?’
Isabelle Guselin, former student at Uppsala University
27 January 2016
'Report from Paris: International cooperation and the challenge of climate change'
Doreen Stabinsky Professor of Global Environmental Politics at the College of the Atlantic in Bar Harbor, Maine, and Uppsala University’s first holder of the Zennström Visiting Professorship in Climate Change Leadership.