Climate conversations at SLU

Last changed: 24 November 2022
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SLU Global and the future platforms are organising a serie of climate conversations. There will be webinars open for anyone to join and some for SLU-staff only. Please see updated events below.

Background

In 2021 and 2022, IPCC will launch its sixth assessment report, presenting the current scientific knowledge on the physical science basis, mitigation, impacts, adaptation and vulnerability. The first part by Working group 1, got a lot of attention in Sweden and globally when it was released summer 2021. The last IPCC assessment report came in 2014 and provided the scientific basis for the Paris Agreement. 

SLU Global and SLU Future Food, SLU Future Forests, SLU Future One Health and SLU Urban Futures take the launch of the IPCC reports as an opportunity to increase the scientific conversation about climate change across disciplines at SLU, with a series of webinars for SLU-staff, as well as webinars open for everyone interested.  

News articles and key messages from previous climate conversations at SLU

Upcoming and previous climate conversations

Here you can find more information about our series of climate conversations, both previous and upcomping events. The webinars open for everyone are recorded, if you are interested to watch the recordings, please contact us and we will send you a link.

Upcoming events

  • 19 January 2023: Kick off for the CC-series with Johan Kuylenstierna! 

Half day live event (approx. from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. with lunch and coffee mingle in connection with the event).

More information about details and registration will come shortly.

Johan Kuylenstierna is since September 2022 general director of the research council Formas. He is a former chairman of the Climate Policy Council and director of the Stockholm Environment Institute, as well as at the UN, with water resource issues among other things. He also has board assignments in Sveaskog, the World Wide Fund for Nature, Mistra, the University of Gothenburg and Axfoundation.

Previous events

 

 


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