Joint PhD seminars on environmental challenges
Research about where nature and society meet, and where environmental crises appear, is being carried out by PhD candidates across Lund University. Although they use different methods and ask different questions, their topics intersect in ways whereby meeting each other can lead to improved understandings, new collaborations, and an enriched research experience.
The format: Each seminar consists of a panel of three current PhD candidates. Presenters speak briefly on an aspect of their research that relates to the seminar topic. This is followed by a panel discussion between the three presenters, supported by a moderator and inviting dialogue with the audience.
Seminars autumn 2021:
There are currently no more seminars scheduled for autumn 2021. If you're interested in organizing a seminar or have a topic you would like to discuss with fellow PhD students, do not hestitate to contact us at ClimBEco.
About the joint PhD seminar series
The seminar series is conducted by and for PhD students. It is a joint initiative by ClimBEco, CEC, LUCSUS, IIIEE and the Agenda 2030 graduate school.
PhD candidates from other institutions, faculties and departments, as well as advanced master-level student, are welcome to attend as space allows.
Registration is required.
Links to organizing partners' websites:
- Graduate Research School ClimBEco
- Centre for Environmental and Climate Science, CEC
- Lund University Centre for Sustainability Studies LUCSUS
- International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics IIIEE
- Agenda 2030 Graduate School
Cheryl Sjöström, ClimBEco coordinator
cheryl [dot] sjostrom [at] cec [dot] lu [dot] se
14 September: Ecosystem management using nature-based solutions
19 March: Measuring impacts of climate change
1 October: Interaction and Knowledge co-creation with society
2 September: Matters of Scale
16 April: Uncertainty in decision-making
5 December: Values at the intersection of nature and society
17 October: Nature-based solutions to societal problems