Exploring, widening and contributing to the green transition

Green Social Sciences and Humanities Research

An event organised by the University of Copenhagen’s Green Solutions Center (GSC). The event will be held in English. 

Join us on August 22, 2022 from 9:00 – 12:00 at Southern Campus/Søndre Campus

There is an urgent need for innovative green solutions that address the climate and environmental crisis. The best and most durable and viable solutions are obtained by actively involving all parts of our society.

This event is cross-disciplinary - and relevant for all UCPH disciplines including Faculty of Science. Learn and discuss more about green social sciences and humanities research and how these disciplines contribute to solid research-based solutions to imminent challenges related to climate change, sustainability and the environmental crisis.

We hope to see many researchers from both Natural Sciences (Faculty of Science & Faculty of Health) and Social Sciences/ Humanities (Faculty of Humanities, Faculty of Social Sciences, Faculty of Theology and Faculty of Law) as the aim of the event is to facilitate more inter and cross-disciplinary collaboration within green research at UCPH.

All researchers (including PhD-students) at UCPH are welcome.

Since there is limited space (100 participants), we recommend that you register early.

Please register here.

Program

09.00 Welcome & short Introduction to the program - coffee and plant based morning snacks
09.10 Introduction to Green Solutions Centre by Kirsten Busch, Faculty of Humanities
09.20 Digestive disruptions: reconnecting cattle and grasslands toward a more sustainable future - Katy Overstreet, Faculty of Humanities
09.30 Climate adaptation in the overseas colonized territories of the state: how inherited legal systems can undermine local resilience - Miriam Cullen, Faculty of Law
09.40 Green Defence: No time to wait – priorities and goals - Jens Wenzel Kristoffersen, Faculty of Social Sciences
09.50 Climate shame and the theological activism of Martin Luther King, Jr. - Mikkel Gabriel Christoffersen, Faculty of Theology
10.00 Small Break
10.15 Cross-disciplinary panel debate between audience and speakers moderated by  Simon Kjær Hansen, Crown Princess Mary Center
10.45 Introduction to networking session by Green Solutions Centre
10.50 Topical networking

A light lunch is included

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