Lecture Series in Climate Protection

The last two semesters we offered a successfull series with each over 600 registrations.
This semester will be the first semester we offer a lecture series in english with international scientists!
The series is organized by the Working Group Sustainability from the students representatives and the Center for Applied Philosophy of Science and Key Qualifications (ZiWiS). The title of this semester is “(FA)U against CO2 – make the planet green again”.
If you take part in the lecture, you can write an exam and get 2,5 ECTS for Key Qualifications.

The series starts at April 14th and continues weekly every wednesday at 6.15p.m.
Usually the presentation takes 60 minutes and afterwards there will about 30 minutes for questions. The lectures takes place online via zoom and will be recorded in StudOn for members of FAU.
At the end of the semester there will be an exam – more details will be presented soon.

14.04.: Prof. Dr. Christina Voigt (Department of Public and International Law, University of Oslo, Norway) – „Paris Agreement- Introduction, Accountability and Compliance“
21.04.: Prof. Em. John Sweeney (Department of Geography, Maynooth University, Ireland)
28.04.: Prof. Kai Chan (Institute for Resources, Environment and Sustainability, University of British Columbia, Canada) – „Bouncing Forward, not Back—Transformative Change for Sustainability in a Post-Pandemic World“
05.05.: Prof. Phoebe Kountoudi (Department of International & European Economic Studies, Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece) – „The Economic Case for a Sustainable Recovery from COVID-19 Pandemic“
12.05.:
19.05.: Ass. Prof. Kirsten de Beurs (Geography Department, University of Oklahoma, USA)
26.05.: 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”
02.06.: 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“
09.06.:
16.06.: 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“
23.06.: Dr. Heidrun Moschitz (Departement Umweltsystemwissenschaften, ETH Zürich, Schweiz) – „What’s the role of cities in sustainable food systems?“
30.06.: Prof. Stephen M. Gardiner (Department of Philosophy, University of Washington)
07.07.: Lidia Wjoital (Agora Energiewende) – „EU current policy“
14.07.: Ashley Green, M.Sc. (Institute of Food, Nutrition and Health, Sustainable Food Processing, ETH Zürich, Schweiz) – „Sustainable Agri-food Systems and the Importance of Optimizing them“

If you are not a member of FAU and want to listen to some of the lectures, send us your contact in the formular below. You will get access to the webinar wihtin a few days!
If you have any troubles or questions, just write us an email: stuve-ringvorlesung@fau.de

Link zu univis: http://univis.uni-erlangen.de/prg?search=lectures&show=llong&id=22048761&sem=2021s

Registration in Studon: https://www.studon.fau.de/crs3665309_join.html (if you need halp, send us an email to: an stuve-ringvorlesung@fau.de)

If the scientists agree, we publish the videos here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCK7-gFy3altah7Mvhm2b8uQ (can be found some videos of previous semesters!)

    Wintersemester 2020/21

    Die Videos des Semesters findet ihr nach LogIn hier: https://www.fau.tv/course/id/1991
    09.11.20: Prof. Felix Ekardt (Rostock, Leipzig, Berlin) – “Nullemissionen in zwei Dekaden: Ziel, Strategien, Transformationsbedingungen und Instrumente”
    16.11.20: Prof. Hans Drexler (FAU) – “Auswirkungen des
    Klimawandels auf die Gesundheit”
    23.11.20: Prof. Jürgen Karl (FAU) – “Energiewende in
    Deutschland – können wir uns Klimaneutralität auch leisten?”
    30.11.20: Prof. Annette Scheunpflug (Uni Bamberg) – “Der Klimawandel als eine Herausforderung für Lernen – zu den Anforderungen an Bildung für nachhaltige Entwicklung”
    07.12.20: Prof. Liselotte Schebek (TU Darmstadt) – “Kreislaufwirtschaft – Circular Economy: Was sind Konzepte zum Klimaschutz?”
    14.12.20: Prof. Harald Kipke (TH Nürnberg) – “Gibt es nachhaltigen Verkehr?”
    11.01.21: Prof. Werner Lang (TU München) – „Bauen mit einem positiven ökologischen Fußabdruck“
    18.01.21:
    25.01.21: Prof. Niko Paech (Oldenburg, Siegen) – “All you need is less: Einblicke in
    die Postwachstumsökonomik”
    01.02.21: Prof. Claudia Kemfert (DIW Berlin, Leuphana Universität) – “Wie uns
    die Coronakrise in eine klimaneutrale Wirtschaft führen kann”
    08.02.21: Dr. Pia-Johanna Schweizer (IASS Potsdam) – “Governance systemischer Risiken am Beispiel der Corona-Pandemie”

    Sommersemester 2020:

    Die Videos vom letzten Semester findet ihr nach LogIn hier: https://www.fau.tv/course/id/1110
    28.04.: Prof. Dr. Julia Obertreis – Von den “Ökos” zu Fridays for Future
    05.05.: Prof. Dr. Fred Krüger – Stadt der Zukunft: Nachhaltig, gerecht, grün?
    12.05.: Dr. Christian Herglotz – Fernseh statt Fernweh: Wie wir mittels Videokommunikation dem Klima helfen
    19.05.: Dr. Christoph Herrler – Klimapolitik und Ethik: Warum ist Klimaschutz geboten und wer soll ihn leisten?
    26.05.: Dr. Ursula Hahn – Klimawandel und Gesundheit
    09.06.: Prof. Dr. Achim Bräuning – Die Welt wandelt sich – aber wie? Methoden und integrative Konzepte der geographischen Klima- und Klimafolgenforschung
    16.06.: Prof. Dr. Peter Wasserscheid – Nachhaltige und infrastrukturkompatible Wasserstofftechnologien
    23.06.: Prof. Dr. Martin Hartmann – Ökobilanz und Grüne Chemie
    30.06.: Laura-Therese Heinl – Klimaschutz als Business Case
    07.07.: Dr. Katrin Valentin – Bildung für nachhaltige Entwicklung

    2 Replies to “Lecture Series in Climate Protection”

    1. Unfortunately the most lecture videos will be german as the exam will be two. At least you can try to take part! If the offer has a great respondance we might offer an English series of lecture in winter too!

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