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​Sustainability Science: A Response to Global Challenges

​Sustainability Science: A Response to Global Challenges

SEMINAR: Organised by CROP and the UNESCO Chair at The University of Bergen.

20 March 2018 | Bergen Resource Centre for International Development

​​​​​​​​​This open seminar aims to explore theoretical and methodological possibilities offered by recent developments in the field of sustainability science to respond to the major global challenges currently facing humanity.

CROP-UNESCO 20 March 2018 - Programme

CROP-UNESCO 20 March 2018 - POSTER

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Part 1: Open event at the BRC

  • Introduction to Sustainability Science
  • Presentation by representative from UNESCO
  • Sustainability Science at UiB
  • Presentation by invited international guest(s) providing insight into the most recent international research in Sustainability Science

Part 2: Workshop for registered participants

Chaired panel sessions with contributions from a range of disciplines at UiB, including an insight into how they are related to Sustainability Science and how this relationship can serve to advance responses to contemporary global challenges

  • Continued discussion regarding the status of Transdisciplinary Research (TDR) and Sustainability Science at UiB
  • Discussion regarding further co-operation within Sustainability Science, including potential follow-up conferences/workshops, publications, consortia for a joint application to the Research Council of Norway, Horizon2020 or other similar funding possibilities


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