Rapeseed in cracked soil
26
Aug
Webinar on Zoom

Climate Change Challenges and Cross-Disciplinary Ways Forward

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Rapeseed in cracked soil

Welcome to an open webinar on climate change. In 2021 and 2022, the IPCC will present its sixth assessment report, and SLU takes the launch as an opportunity to discuss the current scientific knowledge about climate change in a series of conversations.

This open webinar focuses on climate change challenges and cross-disciplinary ways forward. The basis for the discussion is the IPCC assessment report AR6 Climate Change 2021: The Physical Science Basis

The program will comprise 3–4 speakers that represent different disciplinary perspectives on climate change challenges, and who can point on ways forward and reflect on cross-disciplinary and transdisciplinary angles.

We begin with an initial introduction on the report and short keynotes by the speakers, which is then followed by a panel discussion.

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Facts

Time: 2021-08-26 13:00 - 14:30
City: Webinar on Zoom
Last signup date: 25 August 2021
Price: Free of charge
Additional info:

IPCC report AR6 Climate Change 2021: The Physical Science Basis

Host, moderator and speakers

Nina Vogel, Researcher at the Department of Landscape Architecture, Planning and Managementacting, SLU, and Programme director of SLU Urban Futures.

Ingrid Öborn, Professor at the Department of Crop Production Ecology, SLU

Markku Rummukainen, Professor at the Deptartment of Physical Geography and Ecosystem Science, Lund University, and the Swedish Focal Point for the IPCC, i.e. he represents Sweden at the IPCC plenaries. 

Kristina Blennow, Professor at the Department of Landscape Architecture, Planning and Management, SLU.   

Erik Karltun, Researcher at the Department of Soil and Environment, SLU

Organisers

SLU Urban Futures, SLU Future FoodSLU Global, SLU Future One Health and SLU Future Forests

Please note

  • The event will be conducted in English
  • The event will be recorded. If you don't want to be identified, please turn your camera off and remove your name from your window. The recording of the presentation will be available for two weeks and we will send out a link when it is uploaded. The discussion will not be recorded

We kindly ask you to

  • Please have your camera on (it is nicer to see each other)
  • Please have your microphone off (when not participating)

Programme

12:45–13:00 CET

  • You are welcome to join a quarter before the programme starts

13:00–14:30 CET

  • Welcome by Nina Vogel
  • Markku Rummukainen will offer an introductory reflection on the IPCC report. He discusses the report's main findings and how the report has been crafted, and offers an outlook on its possible uses.
  • Kristina Blennow shares her expertise in climate change questions concerning urban landscapes, from e.g. risk assessment to guidelines for adequate communication, across disciplines to meet challenges and move forward.
  • Erik Karltun holds expertise on climate change and it consequences on land use change. His perspective on 'Sveriges klimatrapportering' will be of great interest for this seminar
  • Panel discussion and open floor discussion lead by moderator Ingrid Öborn

14:30–15:00 CET

  • The meeting will remain open for informal discussions
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