Workshop on Climate Change and Global Justice

A workshop of the GLOBUS research area of Climate Change and Global Justice will be staged in Tübingen on 11-12 May 2017.

University of Tübingen (Photo: University of Tübingen)

The aim of this first workshop on ‘Climate Justice and the EU’ is to provide GLOBUS members and invited guests the opportunity to discuss their ideas on the issue. More concretely, we want to discuss what climate justice entails theoretically, how the existing debates relate to the three justice conceptions of GLOBUS, and how all of this connects to EU policies.

Programme

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Thursday 11 May

09:00

Welcome from the GLOBUS coordinator Helene Sjursen and introduction to the climate work package by Thomas Diez

09:20

Franz von Lucke: 'Oh Justice Where Art Thou? Developing a New Take on Climate Justice'

Discussant: to be determined

10:45 Coffee
11:00

Thomas Diez: 'Six Dimensions of Climate Justice'

Discussant: Robert Falkner

12:00

Lunch

14:00

Sadhbh O’Neill: 'Can Carbon Markets Discharge Moral Duties?'

Discussant: Eva Lövbrand

14:45

Solveig Aamodt

Discussant: Marco Borraccetti

15:30

Bettina Ahrens: 'The Solidarisation of International Society – The EU in the Global Climate Change Regime'

Discussant: Sebastian Oberthür

16:15

Katja Biedenkopf

Discussant: Thomas Diez

   

Friday 12 May

09:00

Alexa Zellentin

Discussant: Franz von Lucke

09:45

Ivor Sarakinsky

Discussant: Susanne Dröge

10:30 Coffee
10:45

Marco Borraccetti

Discussant: Katja Biedenkopf

11:30

Annika Styczynski

Discussant: Bettina Ahrens

12:15 End of workshop
12:45 Lunch
   

 

For information, contact workshop organizers Thomas Diez and Franz von Lucke.

For general queries: info@globus.uio.no

 

Tags: Climate change
Published Nov. 30, 2016 1:05 PM - Last modified Mar. 29, 2017 3:23 PM