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Varför debatterades inte klimatfrågan under den svenska valrörelsen? Varför lyssnar inte politiker i Sverige och globalt på forskning som rör klimatkrisen? Måste vi vänta på att politiker ska agera eller kan klimatkrisen tacklas på andra sätt?
Delta i en spännande, interaktiv diskussion om gapet mellan forskning om alarmerande klimatförändringar och bristen på nödvändiga politiska åtgärder. Enligt
FN:s globala målet nummer 13
så måste vi vidta omedelbara åtgärder för att bekämpa klimatförändringarna. Medverkar gör en rad forskare med anknytning till KTH.
is professor in philosophy at The Center for Studies in Practical Knowledge at Södertörn university. Her books Det omätbaras renässans: en uppgörelse med pedanternas världsherravälde (Volante, 2018), and Horisonten finns alltid kvar - om det bortglömda omdömet (Volante, 2020) has influenced the ongoing conversation in society as a whole, bringing philosophical questions on judgement and the limitations of trying to understand the world through calculation and measurement to centre stage.
Jonna is active in several research-projects within the theory of practical knowledge, posthuman philosophy, art-based research and human-animal-studies. Within these projects she discusses for example human judgement and artificial intelligence, human-dog knowledge and autistic writing.
is a Associate Professor in Sustainable Urban Development. Her main research areas are urban data analytics for energy transition, and smart and sustainable cities, addressing the role of ICT, electrification and citizen engagement as enablers for sustainable urban development.
She is leading a research group “Urban Analytics and Transitions” at the Department of Sustainable Development, Environmental Sciences and Engineering (SEED), KTH. The group’s mission is to foster sustainable urban transitions through collaborative processes informed by data analytics and conceptual modelling.
is an Associate Professor in Human-Computer Interaction with a specialization in Sustainability at KTH. She is also associated with Green Leap and Digital Futures at KTH. She is the co-leader of the research group Sustainable Futures Lab.
Her research concerns sustainable lifestyles and the pursuit of low carbon futures. Her research is often action-oriented and strives to support transitions to a more sustainable society through design interventions such as digital tools and workshop methods that can be applied to society at large. She also teaches about sustainability and ICT and conducts research on how to integrate sustainability in computing education.
Jonas Anund Vogel
Jonas Anund Vogel
is the center director of KTH Live-In Lab at the Royal Institute of Technology. As director his goal is to accelerate innovation and make smart and sustainable buildings a reality within years instead of decades. This is tackled by opening up buildings and systems, and sharing data, for researchers, industry partners, teachers, and students to use in multidisciplinary R&D-projects. And importantly, Jonas also engage in sharing and discussing results in order to make impact, a work that is equally important to perform at both scientific and more popular science arenas.
works at KTH Sustainability Office and is Deputy Director of KTH Climate Action Centre. She holds a PhD in Applied Environmental Microbiology from KTH and a Masters in Biology. She has many years of experience working within research collaboration, communication, policy, Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI), and sustainable development within research. Karin often moderates conferences at KTH on sustainability and research.
Meet the participants
KTH Foodtech – Our mission is to connect students to the world of food innovation and sustainability as well as inspire industry and students to make greener decisions. Feel free to come and talk to us about what we do and how you can participate.
KTH Students for Sustainability – We are a community of environmentally concerned students and a space to act on sustainability issues. Do you want to get involved or learn more about sustainability on and outside of the campus? Talk to us!
KTH Hyperloop – We are a student team working on bringing the Hyperloop concept, the future of sustainable and fast transportation, to life. Feel free to come and talk to us about what we do and what you could do in the team!