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About the Centre for Climate Science and Policy Research, CSPR

CSPR is a platform for collaborative knowledge production and dissemination to trigger and promote societal changes towards safe and just climate futures for all. Our goal is to create knowledge and methodological approaches that can support and advance national and international climate actions.

Researchers at the Centre for Climate Science and Policy Research (CSPR) study the challenges of climate change mitigation, adaptation and sustainability transformations. CSPR research encompasses global to local scales, from UN climate conferences to local governments and citizens.

We develop, share and apply insights and approaches from political science, geography, environmental humanities, visualization and communication, physics, environmental and sustainability science.

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21 October 2021

CSPR Seminar: COP26 event - Carbon Markets and Article 6 of the Paris Agreement

1.00 pm – 2.00 pm Online via Zoom (link to sign up)

COP26 event - Panel Discussion on Carbon Markets and Article 6 of the Paris Agreement. Chaired by Mathias Fridahl, CSPR, Martin Vogel, the Swedish Energy Agency and Article 6 negotiator, Deniz Butros, Communications Lead at the Haga Initiative and Matthias Honegger, Senior Climate Policy Consultant, Perspectives Climate Research, Germany.

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18 November 2021

CSPR Seminar: COP26 event - Post-match analysis (COP26 Reflections)

1.00 pm – 2.30 pm Online via Zoom

COP26 event – Post-match analysis (COP26 Reflections) – Panellists to be confirmed. The seminar is hosted by professor Björn-Ola Linnér. Please contact Stephen Woroniecki for the Zoom link.

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10 December 2021

Public disputation in Environmental Change: Emelie Fälton

1.15 pm – 4.00 pm Temcas, Campus Valla and via Zoom

Emelie Fälton, at Environmental Change, defends her thesis entitled "Shapeshifting Nature: Ambivalent Ways of Seeing the Non-Human World within Swedish National Park Tourism and its Visual Culture". Opponent is Dr. Keri Cronin, Brock University. The public disputation will be helt online via Zoom.

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17 December 2021

Public disputation in Environmental Change: Maria Jernnäs

1.15 pm – 4.30 pm Temcas, Campus Valla

Maria Jernnäs, at Environmental Change, defends her thesis entitled "Governing Climate Change under the Paris Regime: Meeting Urgency with Voluntarism". The event takes place in Temcas, House Tema at Campus Valla.

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