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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.

Role of greenhouse gas in climate change

Crafoord Laureate Syukuro Manabe, Princeton University, NJ, USA. Opening address by Göran K. Hansson, Secretary General, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences and Introduction of the Crafoord Laureates by Martin Jakobsson, member of the Crafoord Prize Committee. From: The Crafoord Symposium in Geosciences – Earth´s climate system, 2018-05-23.

Ozone depletion from pole to pole and its linkages to climate change

Crafoord Laureate Susan Solomon, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MA, USA. Introduction by Martin Jakobsson, member of the Crafoord Prize Committee. From: The Crafoord Symposium in Geosciences – Earth´s climate system, 2018-05-23.

Climate science: what next?

Bjorn Stevens, Max Planck Institute for Meteorology, Germany. Introduction by Martin Jakobsson, member of the Crafoord Prize Committee. From: The Crafoord Symposium in Geosciences – Earth´s climate system, 2018-05-23.

Stratospheric ozone depletion and surface climate

David W. J. Thompson, Colorado State University, CO, USA. Introduction by Martin Jakobsson, member of the Crafoord Prize Committee. From: The Crafoord Symposium in Geosciences – Earth´s climate system, 2018-05-23.

The global hydrological cycle and climate change

Isaac Held, Princeton University, NJ, USA . Introduction by Martin Jakobsson, member of the Crafoord Prize Committee. From: The Crafoord Symposium in Geosciences – Earth´s climate system, 2018-05-23.

Global warming: on melting ice and glacier engineering

Johannes Oerlemans, Utrecht University, The Netherlands. From: The Crafoord Symposium in Geosciences – Earth´s climate system, 2018-05-23.

Macrobiome: coming soon to an ecosystem near you

Mary Scholes, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa. Introduction by Martin Jakobsson, member of the Crafoord Prize Committee. From: The Crafoord Symposium in Geosciences – Earth´s climate system, 2018-05-23.

Role of Greenhouse Gas in Climate Change

Syukuro Manabe, Crafoord Laureate 2018, Princeton University, USA. From: The Crafoord Prize Lectures in Geosciences, 2018-05-22.

Meeting The Challenges of the Antarctic Ozone Hole: A Global Science and Policy Success Story

Susan Solomon, Crafoord Laureate 2018, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA. From: The Crafoord Prize Lectures in Geosciences, 2018-05-22.

The Crafoord Prize Lectures in Geosciences – Panel discussion

Svante Björck (Chair), the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences; Birgitta Svenningsson, Lund University, Sweden; Dorthe Dahl-Jensen, University of Copenhagen, Denmark; Martin Jakobsson, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences; Syukuro Manabe, Princeton University, USA and Susan Solomon, MIT, USA. From: The Crafoord Prize Lectures in Geosciences, 2018-05-22.

Scenarios for a warmer Arctic, part 1

Professor Jean-Claude Gascard, University Pierre and Marie Curie, LOCEAN and CNRS: Introduction - The Arctic in a broader context and facets of Arctic change. Dr. Michael Karcher, Alfred Wegener Institute: Sea ice and weather forecasts. Dr. John Isaksen, Norwegian Institute of Food, Fisheries and Aquaculture Research, NOFIMA: Seafood from a changing Arctic. Jeremy Wilkinson, British Antarctic Survey: The risks of Arctic oil spills and the response capacity. Introduction by Miriam Huitric, Stockholm Resilience Centre. From: Scenarios for a warmer Arctic, 2018-02-15.

Scenarios for a warmer Arctic, part 2

Dr. Kathy Law, University Pierre and Marie Curie, LATMOS: Sources and impacts of Arctic air pollution Associate Professor Anne-Sophie Crépin, Beijer Institute of Ecological Economics: A holistic approach to Arctic management. Panel discussion led by Miriam Huitric, Stockholm Resilience Centre with Jean-Claude Gascard, Anne-Sophie Crépin and Dr Wendy Broadgate, Future Earth. From: Scenarios for a warmer Arctic, 2018-02-15.

The Global Ocean and the Future of Humanity, part 1

Fair sharing of the global ocean: climate change, subsidies, and large-scale protection Professor Rashid Sumaila, Institute for the ocean and fisheries, University of British Columbia. International cooperation and leadership for a fair and sustainable ocean Maria van Berlekom, Lead Policy Specialist, Environment and Climate Change, Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency, Sida. Complex supply chains, novel financial mechanisms and sustainable seafood Associate Professor Beatrice Crona, Global Economic Dynamics and the Biosphere Program, Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. From: The Global Ocean and the Future of Humanity, 2017-11-28.

The Global Ocean and the Future of Humanity, part 2

Global Development on an intertwined planet Professor Carl Folke, Stockholm Resiience Centre and the Beijer Institute for Ecological Economics Panel Discussion, moderated by Henrik Österblom, with Carl Folke, Stockholm Resiience Centre and the Beijer Institute for Ecological Economics; r Beatrice Crona, Global Economic Dynamics and the Biosphere Program, Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences; Rashid Sumaila, Institute for the ocean and fisheries, University of British Columbia; Maria van Berlekom, Lead Policy Specialist, Environment and Climate Change, Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency, Sida; Henrik Österblom, Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University. Music by El Perro del Mar. From: The Global Ocean and the Future of Humanity, 2017-11-28.

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.
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