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The Spectre of Conservation in a Time of Rapid Change

Camille Parmesan, Professor at School of Biological Sciences at Plymouth University in Plymouth, UK and Adjunct Professor at the Department of Geological Sciences – University of Texas in Austin, Texas, USA. From: The Gordon Goodman Memorial Lecture, 2018-09-25.

The Gordon Goodman Memorial Lecture – The Artificial Leaf

Professor Daniel Nocera, the Patterson Rockwood Professor of Energy at Harvard. Introductions by Anneli Sundin, Stockholm Environment Institute; Göran K. Hansson, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences; Anders Karlhede, Stockholm University and Lennart Bergström, Stockholm University. From: The Gordon Goodman Memorial Lecture, 2016-09-15.

The Gordon Goodman Memorial Lecture – Panel discussion 1

Panel discussion with Prof. Daniel Nocera, the Patterson Rockwood Professor of Energy at Harvard; Prof. Tünde Fülöp, Department of Physics, Chalmers University of Technology and Prof. Sascha Ott, Ångström Laboratory, Uppsala University. The discussion led by Prof. Lennart Bergström, Stockholm University. From: The Gordon Goodman Memorial Lecture, 2016-09-15.

The Gordon Goodman Memorial Lecture – Panel discussion 1

Panel discussion with Prof. Daniel Nocera, the Patterson Rockwood Professor of Energy at Harvard; Prof. Tünde Fülöp, Department of Physics, Chalmers University of Technology; Prof. Sascha Ott, Ångström Laboratory, Uppsala University; Ass. Prof. Joseph Samec, Department of Organic Chemistry, Stockholm University and Sofie Allert, CEO, Swedish Algae Factory. The discussion led by Johan Kuylenstierna, Stockholm Environment Institute. Closing remarks by Bo Kjellén, Stockholm Environment Institute. From: The Gordon Goodman Memorial Lecture, 2016-09-15.

The Road to Paris: A decisive year for the Climate Negotiations

Prof. Laurence Tubiana, Chief Negotiator and French Ambassador for the Climate Negotiations. Introduction by Staffan Normark, Permanent Secretary of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, and Bo Kjellén, SEI Associate at the Stockholm Environment Institute. From: The Gordon Goodman Memorial Lecture 2015 – The Road to Paris: A decisive year for the Climate Negotiations, 2015-06-15.

Seminar from the Gordon Goodman Memorial Lecture 2015

Prof. Laurence Tubiana, Chief Negotiator and French Ambassador for the Climate Negotiations;  Michel Colombier, Scientific Director,Institut du développement durable et des relations internationales (IDDRI); Anna Lindstedt, Ambassador and Chief Negotiator of Sweden for climate change; Kenneth Kimmell, President of the Union of Concerned Scientists; Johanna Sandahl, Chair of the Swedish Society for Nature Conservation. Moderator: Johan Kuylenstierna, Director of Stockholm Environment Institute. From: The Gordon Goodman Memorial Lecture 2015 – The Road to Paris: A decisive year for the Climate Negotiations, 2015-06-15.

Aerosol particles – Cooling the climate and polluting the air

Assoc. Prof. Ilona Riipinen, Department of applied environmental science, Stockholm University. From: Climate change: Bert Bolin and beyond 2013-09-27

Welcome and opening remarks and IPCC assessments and their relevance to climate policy

Prof. Barbara Cannon, President of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences and Dr. Rajendra Pachauri, Chairman of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. From: Climate change: Bert Bolin and beyond 2013-09-27

Sweden’s contribution to the IPCC and UNFCCC process

Hon. Lena Ek, Minister for the Environment, Swedish Ministry of the Environment. From: Climate change: Bert Bolin and beyond 2013-09-27

The scientific basis for Bert Bolin’s later IPCC work

Prof. Henning Rodhe, science colleague of Bert Bolin. From: Climate change: Bert Bolin and beyond 2013-09-27

Highlights of the Working Group I contribution to the IPCC’s Fifth Assessment Report (AR5)

Prof. Thomas Stocker, Co-Chair of IPCC Working Group I. From: Climate change: Bert Bolin and beyond 2013-09-27

Clouds and climate – Still a cloudy picture

Dr. Frida Bender, Department of meteorology, Stockholm University. From: Climate change: Bert Bolin and beyond 2013-09-27

What can past-records tell us about man’s present impact on the carbon cycle and its impact on the Earth’s temperature? First introduction

Introduction to panel discussion by Ole Humlum, University of Oslo, Norway. From: Natural and man-made climate change – open sessions, 2012-05-23.

What can past-records tell us about man’s present impact on the carbon cycle and its impact on the Earth’s temperature? Second introduction

Introduction to panel discussion by Scott Denning, Colorado State University, USA. From: Natural and man-made climate change – open sessions, 2012-05-23.

What can past-records tell us about man’s present impact on the carbon cycle and its impact on the Earth’s temperature? Panel discussion

Panel discussion with Ole Humlum, University of Oslo, Norway and Scott Denning, Colorado State University, USA. Moderated by Johan Kleman, Director of Bert Bolin Centre for Climate Research, Stockholm University, Sweden. From: Natural and man-made climate change – open sessions, 2012-05-23.

IPCC and climate change assessment – is the science robust enough for reliable societal advice? First introduction

Introduction to panel discussion by Thomas Stocker, University of Bern, Switzerland. Introduced by Stefan Claesson, 1:st Vice President, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences and Lennart Bengtsson, University of Reading, UK and International Space Science Institute, Bern, Switzerland. From: Natural and man-made climate change – open sessions, 2012-05-23.

IPCC and climate change assessment – is the science robust enough for reliable societal advice? Second introduction

Introduction to panel discussion by Stephen Schwartz, Brookhaven NL, USA. From: Natural and man-made climate change – open sessions, 2012-05-23.

IPCC and climate change assessment – is the science robust enough for reliable societal advice? Panel discussion

Panel discussion with Thomas Stocker, University of Bern, Switzerland and Stephen Schwartz, Brookhaven NL, USA. Lennart Bengtsson, University of Reading, UK and International Space Science Institute, Bern, Switzerland. Concluding remarks by  Stefan Claesson, 1:st Vice President, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. From: Natural and man-made climate change – open sessions, 2012-05-23.
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