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Theme: Who is responsible?

This event occurred on
October 29, 2019
3:15pm - 5:30pm CET
(UTC +1hr)
Stockholm, Stockholms län
Sweden

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KTH Royal Institute of Technology Library
Osquars Backe 31
Osquars Backe 31
Stockholm, Stockholms län, 114 28
Sweden
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Speakers

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Loove Broms

Researcher at Strategic Sustainability Studies, KTH and Associate Professor in Interactive Design, Konstfack
Loove works in the project “Beyond Efficiency”, where they look at the design of things and the built environment, and how certain unsustainable norms and values are reproduced and reinforced through the artificial. What is hidden and what is allowed to become central parts in how we create meaning in our everyday lifes? Can we, trough design, create new meaningful experiences that is also sustainable?

Rebecka Engström

PhD candidate at the unit of Energy Systems Analysis at KTH. She is also the founder of the climate initiative Stormvarning.
Rebecka investigates how strategies to increase sustainability within a city impacts resource uses beyond those intended, within and outside that cities. This builds on integrated Climate-Land use-Energy-Water-strategies modelling and aims to develop approaches for local decision-makers to assess these indirect effects.

Sverker Sörlin

Professor in environmental history at KTH
Sverker Sörlin is interested in large-scale historical transformations and what determines whether they will be successful. He is especially interested in the necessary, but so far barely started major transition to a carbon free society. He is an expert on the science and politics of climate change and has written a book on the Anthropocene (in paperback 2018), and co-authored a book on The Environment -- A History of the Idea (2018). His motto: "We are not doomed!"

Organizing team

Donnie SC
Lygonis

Stockholm, Sweden
Organizer

Lenita
Brodin Berggren

Stockholm, Sweden
Co-organizer
  • Karin Walford
    Marketing/Communications
  • Mikko Bromark
    Curation