(FA)U against CO2 – make the planet green again
This series of lectures on the effects of climate change is organized by the European University EELISA (of which PSL is a member).
International experts disseminate their knowledge and give a broad overview of the technological, economic, legal and political perspectives related to climate change.
This lecture series also gives you the opportunity to obtain an EELISA certificate by taking an online test. The test will take place online on July 28, from 10:00 to 11:00 (UCT +2). All the details are available on the EELISA website.
May 19, 2021: Ass. Prof. Kirsten de Beurs (Geography Department, University of Oklahoma, USA)
May 26, 2021: Prof. Dr. Jonathan Verschuuren (Lilburg Law School, Tilburg University, The Netherlands) – “The role of law in addressing the complex relationship between climate change and food”
June 02, 2021: Dr. Ellen Field, Ass. Prof. (Graduate Studies and Research in Education & Undergraduate Studies in Education, Lakehead University, Canada) – “The Role of Education in Climate Action”
June 09, 2021: Ausweichtermin für mögliche Verschiebungen
June 16, 2021: Prof. Jens Hesselbjerg Christensen (Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, Denmark) – “Elements for the Creation of IPCC Reports as Seen from the Perspectives of a Physical Climate Scientist”
June 23, 2021: Dr. Heidrun Moschitz (Departement Umweltsystemwissenschaften, ETH Zürich, Schweiz) – “What’s the role of cities in sustainable food systems?”
June 30, 2021: Prof. Stephen M. Gardiner (Department of Philosophy, University of Washington)
July 07, 2021: Lidia Wjoital (Agora Energiewende) – “EU’s climate and energy policy: why, when, and how to raise its ambition?”
July 14, 2021: Ashley Green, M.Sc. (Institute of Food, Nutrition, and Health, Sustainable Food Processing, ETH, Zürich, Schweiz) – “Sustainable Agrifood Systems and the Importance of Optimizing them”
Lectures are held every Wednesday at 6:15-7:45 p.m. (UTC +2) from April 14 through July 14 (beginning with the Summer 2021 semester).