Making Connections: Climate Risk and Social Transformation
Scott Bremer (UiB), Christian Kuhlicke (Leipzig University), Sacha Loeve (University of Lyon), Bernadette Bensaude-Vincent (University of Lyon).
Wednesday's open plenary session will concentrate on linking climate risk and social transformations. Here you will learn more about how climate risk emerges from various connections from social and natural worlds. The session will commence with recent research on individualization of risk and the implications it poses for future climate risks, before closing with different ways of facing climate change.
Overview of Wednesday`s lectures:
How climate risks emerge from connections between natural and social words
Scott Bremer is a research associate at NORCE Climate, and co-leads the Arqus Alliance Winter School along with Jakob Grandin at the Center for Climate and energy Transformation at the University of Bergen.
Individualization of risk and implications for future climate risks
Christian Kuhlicke is the leader of the environmental risks and extreme events working group. He also works as the Deputy Head of Department Urban and Environmental Sociology at the Leipzig University.
Challenging Chronos to Face Climate Change
Sacha Loeve is a researcher at Université de Lyon.
Bernadette Bensaude-Vincent is a researcher at Université de Lyon.
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