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Virtual reading series from "Our Entangled Future", an anthology of short, inspiring and hopeful climate fiction stories. The authors' readings will be followed by a conversation on narratives as a tool for envisioning solution spaces.
Virtual reading series from "Our Entangled Future", an anthology of short, inspiring and hopeful climate fiction stories. The authors' readings will be followed by a conversation on narratives as a tool for envisioning solution spaces. There will be two readings in May.
Join Karen O’Brien and her guests, Indra Adnan (The Alternative UK) and Dr Monica Sharma (renowned leadership practitioner and expert) for an exploration of the important theme of agency, which is discussed in Karen’s new book You Matter More Than You Think: Quantum Social Change in Response to a World in Crisis.
Join us for an webinar and conversation with Karen O´Brien about her new book. Karen will present some of the key themes in the draft and then invited guests will reflect on quantum social change and its implications for climate change.
How do we tackle issues of climate change in a rapidly changing world? What role do people have in the transformation to a sustainable society? AdaptationCONNECTS welcome anyone interested in these issues to the launch of Climate and Society: Transforming the Future.
What is the role of the students and employees at the University when it comes to transformations to sustainability in society? What are the skills and competencies students need to navigate change and influence their future? Can there be such a thing as transformative universities?
You are invited to join us for a talk with Steve Waddell on deep and systemic transformations. Starting out from the example of changing approaches to marriage equality in the US, the aim of the seminar is to advance the development of the concept of “transformations systems” and to initiate a discussion about possible collaborative actions in this inter-disciplinary, action-oriented research work.
How do you view the possibilities for a sustainable future? What is the role of hope in activating actions for sustainability? What is the difference between optimism, pessimism and realism?
In this Climate and Society Forum, we would like to talk about change. Is the solution to climate change about “changing people” or is it about activating people as agents of change? What’s the difference and why is it important? What’s your experience?
Join Professor Hilary Bradbury for a participatory symposium on revitalizing knowledge creation
What other types of knowledge does art foster that will be helpful faced the challenge of climate change? What are the multiple ways art can contribute to sustainable transformations?
AdaptationCONNECTS is heavily involved in the 5th Nordic Conference on Climate Change Adaptation, Norrköping, Sweden 23-25 October 2018.
What role does music play in sustainability transformations? Why are more people not singing, drumming, strumming, tapping, or playing tunes about climate change?
We are starting a discussion forum on Climate and Society.
Bring your lunchbox and come join us for an interesting seminar where David Schlosberg will present and discuss his work on changes in the environmental movement .
Facing the Future 2017 is an interactive conference and workshop with the theme: “Collaborative power for societal transformations in a rapidly changing world”. Professor Karen O’Brien from AdaptationCONNECTS will lead the conference in collaboration with Dr Anthony Hodgson from the International Futures Forum.
The southern Indian state of Kerala has long attracted attention for its remarkable achievements in human development. This talk focuses on Kerala’s development experience in democratic decentralisation and asks what lessons Kerala might offer regarding the relationship between climate change adaptation and its participatory governance?
Kerala's bold political experiments are situated in a framework that discusses propositional politics, progressive political agency and the idea of the sub-rosa as an exploratory and inventive modality and layer of space
Do you ever get scared, provoked or engaged by a book you read? Could a novel about climate change inspire your environmental engagement? Can literature make us change our habits and see the relationship between nature, climate, society and individuals in new ways? Can literature help us engage in the societal changes that climate change demands? And how do dystopian future scenarios affect us, compared to the more hopeful scenarios?
Are you interested in wine and how it will be influenced by climate change? Join us at Litteraturhuset and hear what a researcher, a wine expert and a Norwegian wine producer see as opportunities and challenges in a changing climate.
Join us for a interesting seminar on the interconnectedness between Climate change, Land, People and mangement options.
Join us for an interactive conversation with Anne Caspari about how change happens. She will talk about emergence, complex adaptive systems, micronarratives and the personal dimension of change. Be prepared to have your assumptions challenged - and have fun with it on a Friday afternoon!