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Population and Environmental Change, day 2
Lori Hunter, University of Colorado, USA; Wolfgang Lutz, Wittgenstein Centre for Demography and Global Human Capital, University of Vienna, Austria. Panel discussion with Gustaf Arrhenius, The Institute for Futures Studies; Wendy Broadgate, Future Earth; Line Gordon, Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University; Thomas Sterner, University of Gothenburg, Sweden. Moderator: Agneta Sundin, The Beijer Institute of Ecological Economics. From: Population and Environmental Change, 2021-09-24.
Population and Environmental Change, day 1
Leiwen Jiang, Asian Demographic Research Institute, Shanghai University, China and Population Council, USA; Karen Seto, Yale University, USA; Eric Lambin, Stanford University, USA and University of Louvain, Belgium. Welcome remarks by Göran K. Hansson, Secretary General, The Royal Swedish Academy of Science and Anne-Sophie Crépin, Deputy Director, The Beijer Institute of Ecological Economics. Moderator: Agneta Sundin, The Beijer Institute of Ecological Economics. From: Population and Environmental Change, 2021-09-23.
Climate change and health: developing evidence for action
Webinar with Sir Andy Haines, Professor of Environmental Change and Public Health, Centre on Climate Change and Planetary Health, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Welcome remarks by Åsa Persson, Deputy Director, Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI); Dan Larhammar, President, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences; Astrid Söderbergh Widding, President, Stockholm University. Panel discussion with Maria Neira, Public Health and the Environment Department, World Health Organization; Sir Andy Haines; Omnia El Omrani, Public Health Issues, International Federation of Medical Students’ Association; Sarah Dickin, SEI; Brama Kone, the University Peleforo Gon Coulibaly of Korhogo, Côte d’Ivoire and Centre Suisse de Recherches Scientifiques, Côte d’Ivoire; Johan C.I. Kuylenstierna, SEI. From: The Gordon Goodman Memorial Lecture 2021, 2021-09-15.
Ambio 50 years conference
Throughout 2021 Ambio will celebrate 50 years of publishing environmental research and prepare for engaging with the environmental challenges ahead of us. What will the big research topics for the 2020s be? And how can science – and scientific journals - become more directly accessible and useable for policy and practice? Conference programme: www.kva.se/ambio50yearsconference From: Ambio 50 years conference, 2021-09-09.
Ambio 50 years – Solutions-oriented research
Erik Andersson, Principal researcher, Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University. Ambio – A Journal of Environment and Society, commemorates 50 years of publication all through 2021. Read more at www.kva.se/ambio50
Boreal Forests and Climate Change, day 2
World-leading experts will present up-to-date scientific information and guidance for societal, climate and ecological benefits of natural and managed boreal forests. The webinar will be a dialogue between researchers and policymakers, to address gaps in knowledge and societal actions, for the immediate and long-term future. From: Boreal Forests and Climate Change, day 2, 2021-05-21. Read more: www.kva.se/borealforests
Boreal Forests and Climate Change, day 1
World-leading experts will present up-to-date scientific information and guidance for societal, climate and ecological benefits of natural and managed boreal forests. The webinar will be a dialogue between researchers and policymakers, to address gaps in knowledge and societal actions, for the immediate and long-term future. From: Boreal Forests and Climate Change, day 1, 2021-05-20. Read more: www.kva.se/borealforests
Ambio 50 years – Ambio and Springer Nature
Linley Chiwona Karltun, Associate Professor at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences and Mariana Biojone Brandão, Publishing Director at Springer Nature. Ambio – A Journal of Environment and Society, commemorates 50 years of publication all through 2021. Read more at www.kva.se/ambio50
Ambio 50 years – Global change (climate change, the Anthropocene)
Angela Wulff, Professor in Marine Ecology, University of Gothenburg. Ambio – A Journal of Environment and Society, commemorates 50 years of publication all through 2021. Read more at www.kva.se/ambio50
Ambio 50 years – Land use change (biodiversity, agriculture, urbanisation)
Angelina Sanderson Bellamy, Senior Research Fellow, Cardiff University. Ambio – A Journal of Environment and Society, commemorates 50 years of publication all through 2021. Read more at www.kva.se/ambio50
Ambio 50 years – Environmental pressures (ozone layer, acifidication, contaminants, eutrophation)
Michael Tedengren, Associate Professor at the Department of Ecology, Environment and Plant Sciences, Stockholm University. Ambio – A Journal of Environment and Society, commemorates 50 years of publication all through 2021. Read more at www.kva.se/ambio50
Ambio 50 Years
Ambio – A Journal Environment and Society commemorates 50 years of publication all through 2021. For 50 years Ambio has brought international perspective to important developments in environmental research, policy and related activities for an international readership of specialists, generalists, students, decision-makers and interested laypeople. Bo Söderström, Editor in Chief of Ambio for the past 10 years, talks about the anniversary. Read more at www.kva.se/ambio50
Tackling Tough Trade-offs While Leaving No One Behind: On fossil fuel and pandemics!
Webinar with Joyeeta Gupta, Professor in Environment and Development in the Global South at the University of Amsterdam. Welcome remarks by Åsa Persson, Deputy Director, Stockholm Environment Institute; Göran K. Hansson, Secretary General, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences; Johan Kuylenstierna, Senior Advisor to the President on Sustainability and Adjunct Professor at Stockholm University and Vice Chair, Swedish Climate Policy Council. Panel discussion with Ulrika Modéer, Assistant Secretary General and Director of Bureau of External Relations and Advocacy, UNDP; Nonette Royo, Executive Director, The Tenure Facility; Jonas Ebbesson, Professor of Environmental Law, Stockholm University; Sivan Kartha, Senior scientist, SEI US and co-leader, SEI Gender and Social Equality Programme. Moderator: May Thazin Aung, Research Fellow, SEI Asia. From: The Gordon Goodman Memorial Lecture 2020, 2020-09-02.
Changes in frequency, intensity and persistency of extreme precipitation
Professor Panmao Zhai, Chinese Academy of Meteorological Sciences, China Meteorological Administration, China. Introduction by Professor Deliang Chen, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. From: Extreme weather events in a warming world – open key note lectures, 2019-11-11.
Climate extremes in a warming climate: 1.5°C, 2°C and higher
Professor Sonia I. Seneviratne, Institute for Atmospheric and Climate Science, Land-Climate Dynamics, ETH Zurich, Switzerland. Introduction by Professor Deliang Chen, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. From: Extreme weather events in a warming world – open key note lectures, 2019-11-11.
Tropical cyclones, Medicanes, and Polar Lows in a Warming World
Professor Kerry A. Emanuel, Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA. Introduction by Professor Deliang Chen, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. From: Extreme weather events in a warming world – open key note lectures, 2019-11-11.
The ‘environment’ – Unearthing the past, present and future of one of the most successful policy concepts of the twentieth century
Sverker Sörlin, Professor in environmental history at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden. Welcome and introduction by co-organisers: Dan Larhammar, President, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences; Astrid Söderbergh Widding, President, Stockholm University; Måns Nilsson, Executive Director, Stockholm Environment Institute. Panel discussion with: Sverker Sörlin; Fiona Lambe, research fellow, Stockholm Environment Institute; Rebecka Le Moine, conservation biologist and member of parliament for the Swedish Green Party; Olle Torpman, researcher of practical philosophy, Institute for future; Anders Wijkman, Chair Climate-KIC, SEI Associate and Member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. Moderator: Somya Joshi, Head of Governance and Institutions Unit, Stockholm Environment. Concluding remarks by Åsa Persson, Research Director, Stockholm Environment Institute. From: The Gordon Goodman Memorial Lecture 2019, 2019-10-03.
Solutions to Plastics in the Ocean – the Baltic and Beyond, Day 1
Welcome remarks and introduction of symposium objectives by Dan Larhammar, President of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences; Minna Epps, Director at the Global Marine and Polar Program, IUCN and Carl Gustaf Lundin, Principal Scientist at the Global Marine and Polar Program, IUCN. From: Solutions to Plastics in the Ocean – the Baltic and Beyond. Day 1: Micro-plastic distribution and toxicity, 2019-06-13.