Conference Agenda

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Date: Monday, 02/Oct/2023
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Date: Tuesday, 03/Oct/2023
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Date: Sunday, 22/Oct/2023
8:30am
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6:30pm
South-South Dialogues Event
Location: EOS 01.220
Date: Monday, 23/Oct/2023
8:30am
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5:00pm
Early Career Researchers Day
Location: GR -1.070

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7:30pm
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9:00pm
Extracurricular Activity | Audiotour through a future Nijmegen, organized by Nimma aan Zee

During this walk through Nijmegen, famous podcast duo Jozien Wijkhuijs and Dennis Gaens take you on an exciting journey. Through an audio story you travel to a Nijmegen after the great wave. What does that future look like? A fictional story about our city in 200 years. Are you joining? Bring a smart phone and headset. This audio story was made for the Art for climate festival Nimma aan zee.

Addressing the climate and biodiversity crises as a challenge of imagination, arthouse LUX endeavors, through this festival, to confront these issues using the transformative force of art. (Please note that the walk may involve stairs in the city center!)

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Date: Tuesday, 24/Oct/2023
8:30am
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10:00am
Anticipatory practices and politics of carbon removal assessment
Location: GR 1.139
Chair: Sean Low
Second Session Chair: Miranda Boettcher
 

Anticipatory practices and politics of carbon removal assessment

Chair(s): Sean Low, Miranda Boettcher

 

 

Carbon Dioxide Removal (CDR) in the IPCC Sixth Assessment Report (AR6). Building consensus or dissensus?

Kari De Pryck

 

Broadening blue (carbon) futures: Qualitative foresight as an anticipatory assessment tool for marine carbon dioxide removal

Miranda Boettcher

 

Towards ‘responsible’ feasibility assessments: Reflections on expert imaginaries of marine CDR

Sara Nawaz, Javier Lezaun

 

Headlines 2030: A participatory futuring exercise on climate interventions in 22 countries

Sean Low, Chad Baum, Livia Fritz, Benjamin Sovacool

Cases for a nature-based future
Location: GR 1.133
Chair: Anthony Calacino
 

Everything is water! Towards a model for the successful governance of biodiversity in Dutch surface waters

Carel Dieperink



How do NbS interact with existing inequalities in Cape Town? A socio-ecological analysis

Gerdus van der Laarse, Juliana Goncalves, Nazli Aydin



Realizing coordination across policy sectors, levels of government and national borders for implementing nature-based solutions in the Vechte-Dinkel river system

Huub Ploegmakers, Henk-Jan Kooij, Corinne Vitale, Sander Meijerink



Fluvial ecosystems as triggers for the ecological project of reticularity

Angioletta Voghera, Benedetta Giudice, Luigi la Riccia

The Future of Oceans
Location: GR 1.170
Chair: Asli Calim
 

A strive for effective ocean governance: managing institutional complexity through coordination

Matilda Petersson



Institutional Overlap and Interplay Management for Marine Environmental Governance in the Seas of East Asia: ASEAN, COBSEA and PEMSEA

Maruf Maruf



Who is governing marine plastic pollution?

Babet de Groot



Science-Policy-Industry Relations from Marine Laboratory Perspectives

Alice Vadrot, Krystel Wanneau, Arne Langlet, Ina Tessnow-von Wysocki

Governing urban transformation: Critical perspectives on experimentation and scaling
Location: GR 1.109
Chair: Rachel Mary Macrorie
Second Session Chair: Linda Westman
Discussant: David Gordon
Third chair: Marielle Papin
Zoom


Meeting ID: 814 5677 6895
Passcode: 652695
 

Bridging the old and the new: The role of transition intermediaries in facilitating urban experimentation and leveraging transformative change

Franziska Ehnert



Time for a change? The chronopolitics of creating scalable shared mobility spaces in Munich and Barcelona

Manuel Jung, Alexander Wentland



Assessing resilience, equity, and sustainability of future visions across two urban scales

Marta Berbés-Blázquez, Elizabeth Cook, Nancy Grimm, David Iwaniec, Lelani Mannetti, Tischa Munoz-Erickson, Darin Wahl



From urban governance experimentation to transformative change: Reflections on urban labs, politics, and alternatives to scaling.

Michael Roll



Imagining Futurity in Global Cities: Analyzing Imagery of Climate Change and Sustainability in Cities

Devon Cantwell-Chavez

Markets, market instruments and just transition
Location: GR 1.112
Chair: Dize Doğan
 

Accelerating just transitions through subsidy reforms and carbon pricing: Evidence from a novel database

Daniele Malerba, Mauricio Boehl



The role of external actors in the carbon pricing policy-making process in African countries

Charlotte Debeuf



Extractive Accumulation And Critical Minerals: Governance, Resistance & Production

Lian Sinclair



Climate Justice in the Age of Carbon Markets: A Critical Case Study of Neoliberal Climate Governance in India

Tamminaina Sunil



Power dynamics in transnational climate finance governance: the power of the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures for green capitalism?

Hyeyoon Park, Jakob Skovgaard

The power of data and digitalization amidst environmental emergencies
Location: GR 1.116
Chair: Gus Greenstein
 

Understanding Environmental Issue Framing through the Lens of TikTok

Viola Jasmine Provost



Tale of Digital Activism: Exploring Narratives of Palm Oil on Social Media

Muh Syukron



The Power and Agency of Data in Global Climate Governance

Laura Mai, Joshua Philipp Elsässer

Play, imagination and unmaking unsustainable systems
Location: GR 1.120
 

Play, imagination and unmaking unsustainable systems

Chair(s): Joost Vervoort

Presenter(s): Joost Vervoort

Transdisciplinarity and the paradox of two ESGs: Co-option, Collision or collaboration?
Location: GR 1.125
 

Transdisciplinarity and the paradox of two ESGs: Co-option, Collision or collaboration?

Chair(s): Joanna Stanberry

Presenter(s): Janis Balda, Satesh Bidaisee, Joanna Stanberry, Peter Case, Eleftheria Egel, Hugo Gaggiotti

Empty room for quiet working
Location: GR 1.129
Governing Sustainable Development
Location: GR -1.075
Chair: Eszter Szedlacsek
 

Exploring research frontiers on the governance of the Sustainable Development Goals

Thomas Hickmann, Frank Biermann, Carole-Anne Sénit, Yixian Sun



How to approach societal impact in a heterogenous world: conceptualizing the role of context in research uptake decision-making for sustainable development

Danick T. Trouwloon, Peter P. J. Driessen, Frank S. J. van Laerhoven, Dries L. T. Hegger



Reflexive Regulations: Can Legislative Instruments on Sustainable Development Play a Facilitative Role in the Institutionalization of SDGs?

Tarek Katramiz, Mahesti Okitasari, Sunwoo Kang, Norichika Kanie



The Evolution of Macro-Institutional Coherence in Global Sustainable Development Governance

Steven Bernstein, Chen Zhong, Carley Chavara



Leaving some behind? An analysis of Brazilian subnational actors’ SDGs Voluntary Local Reviews

Rodrigo Correa Ramiro, Rodrigo Führ

Mitigating climate change
Location: GR 1.136
Chair: Thais Ribeiro
 

Addressing Disparities: Carbon Removal Projects in Central America

Cintya Berenice Molina Rodríguez



Countries’ climate mitigation performance: Exploring the links between the ambition of NDC targets and effective national implementation

Paula Castro, Marlene Kammerer



Exploring the link between climate policy narratives and institutions in a comparative case study analysis

Alexandra Buylova, Gunilla Reischl



Community renewable energy (CRE) initiatives: democratically legitimate agents in governing the energy transition?

Nenya Willemine Roeline Jochemsen, Heleen Lydeke Pascale Mees

The 100 Resilient Cities Initiative, a Natural Experiment in Sustainability Governance
Location: GR -1.070
Chair: Matthew Hoffmann
Second Session Chair: Michele Betsill
Discussant: Harriet Bulkeley
Third and fourth Chairs: Chris Gore and Sarah Sharma
 

The 100 Resilient Cities Initiative, a Natural Experiment in Sustainability Governance

Chair(s): Matthew Hoffmann, Michele Betsill, Chris Gore, Sarah Sharma

Discussant(s): Harriet Bulkeley

 

 

Researching a Natural Experiment in Urban Resilience Governance

Michele Betsill, Chris Gore, Matthew Hoffmann, Sarah Sharma, Laura Tozer

 

Building the field of ‘urban resilience’: The Rockefeller Foundation and 100 Resilient Cities

Emma Lacavalier, Michele Betsill

 

The Impact of the 100 RC I: How Cities Understood and Pursued Resilience

Marlene Terstiege, Marc Calabretta, Chelsea Dunn, Maryam Fatima, Ichha Kohli, Carolina Vega, Michele Betsill, Chris Gore, Matt Hoffmann, Sarah Sharma, Laura Tozer

 

Impact of the 100 RC II: The Legacy of the Initiative

Chris Gore, Marc Calabretta, Chelsea Dunn, Maryam Fatima, Ichha Kohli, Marlene Terstiege, Carolina Vega, Michele Betsill, Matthew Hoffmann, Sarah Sharma, Laura Tozer

Science and knowledge production in environmental policy
Location: GR 1.143
Chair: Carlos Korassi Téwéché
 

The role of institutional design and power relations in knowledge co-production for sustainability transformations: Evidence from the UNCCD Science-Policy Interface

Sara Velander, Matteo De Donà



The Institutional Design of Boundary Organizations: IPCC and IPBES

Jen Iris Allan



The Unbearable Lightness of Justice in the IPCC AR6

Juan Antonio Le Clercq



The Organizational Structure of Global Gene Drive Research

Florian Rabitz



Purpose-driven innovation ecosystems and sustainability transformations

Frederik Dahlmann

     
10:00am
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10:30am
Break and Refreshments
10:30am
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12:00pm
Innovative Governance Solutions for Resilience Against Climate, Nature, and Health Crises: Advancing Planetary Health in Africa
Location: GR -1.070
Chair: Idil Boran
 

Pathways to water resilience? Exploring the narratives framing Nature-based Solutions climate action pathways in Cape Town and Johannesburg

Patience Mguni, Lise Byskov Herslund, Kirsty Carden, Amber Louise Abrams, Craig Tinashe Tanyanyiwa, Rachelle Schneuwly, Julia McLachlan, Neil Phillip Armitage



Transboundary collaboration governance as key factor in responding to emerging health crises: the case of Greater Virunga Landscape (GVL)

Fidele Ruzigandekwe, Julius Nziza



Household Risk and Vulnerability Indices: Novel Approaches to Assessing Governance Programs and Solutions for Planetary Health

Godfred Boateng, James Orbinski



Transdisciplinary insights in climate change mitigation action for planetary health equity: a rapid realist review

Megan Arthur, Nicholas Frank, Sharon Friel

Public perspectives on carbon removal
Location: GR 1.143
Chair: Sean Low
Second Session Chair: Miranda Boettcher
 

Societal aspects of industrial decarbonization using carbon capture and storage

Senni Elisa Määttä, Vincent de Gooyert



Public perspectives on carbon removal

Chair(s): Sean Low, Miranda Boettcher

 

 

Straddle the gap between feasibility and desirability: public perception of net-zero energy scenarios with and without large-scale CDR

Shinichiro Asayama

 

National publics and Net Zero: Deliberative focus groups on carbon removal governance in 22 countries

Sean Low, Livia Fritz, Chad Baum, Benjamin Sovacool

 

Ocean alkalinity enhancement as socio-technical system: combining life-cycle assessments (LCA) and open-ended scenario making in expert deliberations of ocean liming

Jose Maria Valenzuela, Javier Lezaun

 

Between knowledge deficit and upstream engagement: What role for the public in the governance of climate interventions?

Livia Fritz, Sean Low, Chad Baum, Benjamin Sovacool

Futures for just sustainable transformations: anticipating (un)just futures
Location: GR 1.170
Chair: Chen Zhong
 

Democracy for the Anthropocene? Future imaginations in the Swedish Climate Parliament

Joost de Moor, Mattias Wahlström



Justice and time: futures in Loss and Damage

Maria Kaufmann, Sietske Veenman



Spatializing green energy futures: sociotechnical imaginaries and just transitions in the High North

Benno Fladvad



Deliberation through mapping assignments: exploring energy justice in citizen mapping assignments

Simone Haarbosch, Tamara Metze



Climate risks and the cost of capital: compounding challenges of justice and allocation in earth system governance

Steffen Bauer, Clara Brandi, Ulrich Volz

More-than-human perspectives: transforming earth system governance
Location: GR 1.109
Chair: Cebuan Bliss
Second Session Chair: Susan Boonman-Berson
Discussant: Susan Boonman-Berson
 

More-than-human perspectives: transforming earth system governance

Chair(s): Cebuan Bliss, Susan Boonman-Berson

Discussant(s): Susan Boonman-Berson

 

 

Multispecies Justice in Climate Adaptation: From Biopolitical Concerns to Possibilities for Mutual Aid

Katinka Wijsman

 

Gorillascapes: a more-than-human analysis of governing gorilla tourism at Bwindi Mgahinga Conservation Area, Uganda

Christine Ampumuza

 

Considering animals in the achievement of sustainability goals among African nations?

Mo Esan

 

The UN animal welfare nexus resolution: a milestone step towards an animal welfare revolution?

Elien Verniers

The footprint of a low-carbon future: connecting supply chains, governance and socio-ecological justice
Location: GR 1.112
Chair: Carlijn Hendriks
Discussant: Jewellord Tolentino Nem Singh
 

The Extraction of Critical Minerals in the Global South: from a Material Bottleneck to a Question of Climate Justice

Karolien van Teijlingen



The unbearable lightness of “critical” minerals governance: Lithium extraction for a just energy transition

Craig Johnson, Teresa Kramarz, Susan Park



Anticipating the Future of Mobility in Just Transitions: Electric Vehicles and the Role of Nickel Commodity Chains in Indonesia

Rini Astuti, Sujatha Raman



The serpent's egg: REDD+ in the Brazilian Amazon from the perspective of indigenous territorial autonomies

Fábio M. Alkmin

Local and regional environmental policy making
Location: GR 1.116
Chair: Marc Calabretta
 

A failing environmental state? The strange non-death of the hydraulic mission in Berlin and Brandenburg

Thomas Vogelpohl



Structure, agency and local climate governance: How do individual actors shape policymaking in smaller cities and towns?

Wolfgang Haupt, Leonie Laug, Peter Eckersley



A cross-city comparison of urban climate governance networks

Robert Hobbins, Tischa Muñoz-Erickson, David Iwaniec, Elizabeth Cook, Marta Berbes, Charlyn Green, Alysha Helmrich, Mandy Khun, Robert Lloyd, Lelani Mannetti



Tracing the Impact of Urban Experimentation in Water and Energy domains

Wikke Novalia, Megan Farrelly, Rob Raven



Climate-proofing urban agglomerations in a dual crisis: Expanding the Solution space for Temporal tension Areas

Dries Hegger, Peter Pelzer, Peter Driessen, Marjolijn Haasnoot

Ending Plastics Pollution
Location: GR 1.120
Chair: Valeria Zambianchi
 

Plastics treaty: A key leverage or yet another piecemeal approach?

Aleke Stöfen-O´Brien, Rak Kim



Alternative plastic economies between the local and the global

Ekaterina Chertkovskaya, Jacob Hasselbalch, Johannes Stripple



Plastics pollution and youth communities: shaping ownership through adaptive legal tools

Tiago de Melo Cartaxo, Noreen O'Meara, Rosalind Malcolm, Andrea Clayton, Thoko Kaime, Francis Oremo, Isabelle Zundel



Ready to change: the new global plastic treaty and its challenges

Leandra R. Gonçalves, Natalia Grilli, Carla Elliff



Influencing Plastics Governance: Law and Communications Perspectives

Rosalind Malcolm, Noreen O'Meara, Nicholas Oguge, Itziar Castelló Molina, Francis Oremo, Matthew Peacock, Tiago Cartaxo de Melo

Green on green conflicts in energy transitions: a transdisciplinary roundtable
Location: GR 1.125
Session organisers: Neelakshi Joshi, Fritz Kleinschroth, Christine Milchram, Georgia Savvidou
Zoom


Meeting ID: 820 1036 2771
Passcode: 989521
 

Green on green conflicts in energy transitions: a transdisciplinary roundtable

Chair(s): Neelakshi Joshi, Christine Milchram

Presenter(s): Charles Warren, Carla Freund, Viktor Walter, Richard van Gemert

New models for science-policy interfaces – towards transformative biodiversity policy in Europe
Location: GR 1.129
 

New models for science-policy interfaces - towards transformative biodiversity policy in Europe

Chair(s): Kaisa Korhonen-Kurki, Ben Delbaere

Presenter(s): Johanna Kentala-Lehtonen, Jessika Giraldi, Camino Liquete

The Social Sciences on social transformations towards sustainability in higher education
Location: GR 1.133
 

The Social Sciences on social transformations towards sustainability in higher education.

Chair(s): Barbara Müller, Saskia van Schaik

Presenter(s): Sandra Klaperski - van der Wal, Rozalia Toth, Jan Bransen, Barbara Müller, Saskia van Schaik

Governing urban transformation: Scaling experiments, matching cities and city archetypes
Location: GR 1.139
Chair: Elisa Kochskämper
Second Session Chair: Matteo Roggero
Discussant: Kristine Kern
Zoom


Meeting ID: 896 0231 9041
Passcode: 927821
 

Governing urban transformation II: Scaling experiments, matching cities and city archetypes

Chair(s): Elisa Kochskämper, Matteo Roggero

Discussant(s): Kristine Kern

 

 

Realization of living labs and role of university: A comparative study of South Korean living lab cases

Sangbum Shin, Taedong Lee

 

Cites as transmission belts? Exploring the success conditions of local sustainability experiments

Thomas Hickmann

 

Scaling successful urban climate action with city matching and archetype analysis

Klaus Eisenack, Konrad Bierl, Peter Eckersley, Anastasia Gotfelf, Wolfgang Haupt, Kristine Kern, Elisa Kochskämper, Matteo Roggero

 

Institutionalizing urban experimentation: experiences from three cities

Joop de Kraker, Christian Scholl

Multistakeholder Partnerships and Sustainable Development
Location: GR 1.160
Chair: Melanie van Driel
 

Linking the Sustainable Development Goals: Examining the Alignment of Multi-Stakeholder Partnership Supply and Interaction Governance Demand

Oscar Widerberg, Cornelia Fast, Montserrat Koloffon Rosas, Philipp Pattberg



Multi-Stakeholder Partnerships’ Potential to Govern Nexuses: Mapping SDG 13 on Climate Change and Its Connections

Cornelia Fast, Oscar Widerberg



International institutions and best practices on multi-stakeholder partnerships

Felicitas Fritzsche



Can increased sustainability awareness lead to increased stakeholder participation in Multistakeholder Partnerships? A Case study on Nigeria

Okechukwu Enechi, Philipp Pattberg



Facilitating SDG Synergies through Multi-Stakeholder Partnerships: Does Design matter?

Montserrat Koloffon Rosas

Norm collisions, backlash and and public perceptions in transformative change
Location: GR -1.075
Chair: Jen Iris Allan
 

Volatile pushback to domestic climate policy action: A conceptual framework

James Patterson, Ksenia Anisimova, Cille Kaiser, Jasmin Logg-Scarvell



Bureaucratic agency in climate policy backlash: types, effects and legacies

Jasmin Elizabeth Mary Logg-Scarvell



Communicating Extreme Risk is not Bad Messaging: The Role of Climate Tipping Points on Public Risk Perceptions in Norway

Christina Nadeau, Dag Olav Hessen, Manjana Milkoreit



Norm collisions in the governance of food security: the discursive strategies of non-state actors in context

Laure Gosselin

     
12:00pm
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12:30pm
Break and Light Snack
12:30pm
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2:00pm
Semi-Plenary Session: Bridging the gap: Science-policy dialogue on water as a catalyst for sustainable development and climate action
Location: GR 0.100
The German Institute for Development and Sustainability (IDOS)
Semi-Plenary: European Union’s Regulation on Deforestation-free Supply Chains: Green Protectionism or Paving Way for Global Decarbonization Pathways
Location: EOS 01.630
Institute for Environment and Sustainability (IES) – National University of Singapore
2:00pm
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3:00pm
Lunch
3:00pm
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4:30pm
Just Energy Spaces
Location: GR 1.125
Chair: Konrad Guertler
Second Session Chair: Jeremias Herberg
Discussant: David Hess
 

Infrastructuring environmental (in)justice: on the political geographies of energy technologies in planetary crises

Benno Fladvad



Governing a ‘spatially just’ transition in the UK

Alice Garvey



Policy (in)coherence in Germany’s Energiewende: synergies, trade-offs and the role of political inequality

Alexia Faus Onbargi, Gabriela Iacobuţă, Ines Dombrowsky



A fair and effective energy transition? Changing social practices and conceptions of justice

Simone van Wieringen, Mark Wiering, Simone Haarbosch, Maria Kaufmann, Sietske Veenman



Disparate or integrated climate actions? Synergies and trade-offs between non-state adaptation and mitigation initiatives

Mishel Mohan, Afifa Afrin, Amahnui George, Andrew Deneault, Sander Chan

Project N-SaFE: NGO-State Fisheries Enforcement (new modalities of maritime governance)
Location: GR 1.143
Chair: Patrick Cullen
 

Project N-SaFE: NGO-State Fisheries Enforcement [new modalities of maritime governance]

Chair(s): Patrick Cullen

Discussant(s): Teale Phelps Bondaroff

 

 

Private enforcement and compliance in fisheries

Geir Hønneland

 

Shepherding Interests: The Contentious Politics of Interest Group Issue Prioritization

Howard Ernst

 

From Pirates to Quasi-Governmental Actors? NGOs against Illegal Fishing in Italy

Jutta Joachim

 

The Political and Financial Tradeoffs of Privatized Fisheries Management

Mette Eilstrup-Sangiovanni

Taming Tech for Sustainability Transformation: digitalization and the challenges of equity and justice in global environmental governance
Location: GR 1.170
Chair: Vinícius Mendes
Discussant: Eduardo Viola
 

Taming Tech for Sustainability Transformation: digitalization and the challenges of equity and justice in global environmental governance

Chair(s): Vinícius Mendes

Discussant(s): Eduardo Viola

 

 

Digital technologies and transformative environmental governance in agriculture: the Landless Workers’ Movement use of the Arvoredo app in Brazil

Estevan Coca, Ricardo Barbosa Jr.

 

Seeing From Above: Automated Monitoring of the Rainforest as Threats to the State

Anthony Calacino

 

Big Tech firms’ prophecy to “save the climate”: green digitalization and vested interests in global climate governance

Vinícius Mendes, Eduardo Viola

 

Green Conservative Modernization? The socio-economic dilemmas of AI for low-carbon agriculture in Brazil

Niels Søndergaard

The consumptogenic system and governance for planetary health equity
Location: GR 1.139
Chair: Sharon Friel
Discussant: Kathryn Bowen
 

The consumptogenic system and governance for planetary health equity

Chair(s): Sharon Friel

Discussant(s): Kathryn Bowen

 

 

The Consumptogenic System and Planetary Health Equity

Sharon Friel

 

Architectures of Planetary Health Equity Governance

Nicholas Frank

 

Coherent Governance for Planetary Health Equity

Megan Arthur

Community engagement and decision-making in energy and adaptation governance
Location: GR 1.112
Chair: Okka Lou Mathis
 

Individual consumers or collective agents: exploring the potential for inclusion in new forms of energy governance

Marie Claire Brisbois, Adrian Smith, Gerardo Contreras Torres, Jessica Balast, Sylvia Tomasi, Siddharth Sareen, Morten Ryen Loe



Learning process in participatory governance and its influence on the cost of participation

Mustika Anggraeni



In and Out: What shapes the decisions of intended beneficiary communities to opt-in or opt-out of adaptation projects?

Yamini Yogya



Policy capacities for delivering just adaptation

Meghan Alexander, Maria Kaufmann



Does stakeholder participation improve environmental governance? Evidence from a meta-analysis of 305 case studies

Jens Newig, Nicolas W. Jager, Edward Challies, Elisa Kochskämper

Future imaginaries and translocal dynamics of democratic grassroot experiments
Location: GR 1.116
Chair: Julia Tschersich
Second Session Chair: Kristiaan Kok
Discussant: David Schlosberg
 

Future imaginaries and translocal dynamics of democratic grassroot experiments

Chair(s): Julia Tschersich, Kristiaan Kok

Discussant(s): David Schlosberg

 

 

Grounded Imaginaries in Response to Climate Crises

Danielle Celermajer, David Schlosberg

 

Conditions for real-utopias of radical democracies to contribute to sustainability transformations

Julia Tschersich

 

Co-producing Power Production Futurities in Saskatchewan, Canada: advancing democratic practices

Margot Hurlbert

 

Dealing with translocal dynamics in democratic and experimental governance for sustainable transformation

Kristiaan Kok, Julia Tschersich



Utopianism and the Drama of Environmental Politics

Jeroen Oomen, Maarten A. Hajer

Allocating climate change adaptation finance to those who need it most! How does allocation work and how can we measure who is most vulnerable and whether finance is used effectively?
Location: GR 1.120
Chair: Christian Baatz
 

Allocating climate change adaptation finance to those who need it most! How does allocation work and how can we measure who is most vulnerable and whether finance is used effectively?

Chair(s): Christian Baatz

 

 

Explaining the delay in GCF’s approval process for adaptation projects

Clara Ida Bartram Gurresø, Laura Kuhl, Feisal Rahman

 

Who is most vulnerable? A case study on vulnerability to sea-level rise in the Seychelles

Dorothee Fehling, Athanasios Vafeidis, Christian Baatz

 

Effectiveness of adaptation measures and an approach for a robust impact indicator

Laila Darouich, Sherri Ombuya

 

Key findings from a multi-year evaluation of adaptation to climate change

Martin Noltze, Kevin Moull

Climate Litigation
Location: GR -1.070
Chair: Marlene Terstiege
 

Recentering the State in International Climate Change Law

Steve Lorteau



Legal Mobilization in a Global Context: The Transnational Practices and Influence of Rights-Based Climate Litigation

Margaretha Wewerinke-Singh, Sébastien Jodoin



An International Court of Justice (ICJ) advisory opinion on climate change: seizing an opportunity for international law to be grounded on science and principles of justice

Peter Lawrence



Same Climate Science but Not the Same: A Comparative Study of Climate Change Science in the Courtroom

Mingzhe Zhu, Liyuan Fan



Anti-Fossil Fuel Litigation

Harro van Asselt

Contributing to just transformative change with effective and legitimate transdisciplinary environmental science-policy interfaces?
Location: GR 1.129
Third chair: Arlette van den Berg
 

Contributing to just transformative change with effective and legitimate transdisciplinary environmental science-policy interfaces?

Chair(s): Timo Maas, Machteld Schoolenberg

Presenter(s): Arlette van den Berg, Josephine Chambers, Roberto Rocco, Gijs Diercks

Locating Gender in Sustainability Governance and Transitions
Location: GR 1.133
 

Locating Gender in Sustainability Governance and Transitions

Chair(s): Dhanasree Jayaram

Presenter(s): Annica Kronsell

De-Moooo-cracy! A performative experiment with a cow-human citizen’s assembly
Location: GR 1.136
 

De-Moooo-cracy! A performative experiment with a cow-human citizen’s assembly

Chair(s): Anne van Veen

Presenter(s): Leonie Cornips, Bram van Helvoirt, Noël van Dooren, Bart Bleijerveld

Transdisciplinary research in living labs for environmental issues: gained experiences and lessons learned
Location: GR 1.109
 

Transdisciplinary research in living labs for environmental issues: gained experiences and lessons learned

Chair(s): Gerald Jan Ellen, Sander Meijerink

Presenter(s): Giulia Campodonico, Inaya Rakhmani, Bagus Takwin, Huub Ploegmakers, Jean-Marie Buijs

Promises and pitfalls of implementing the Sustainable Development Goals
Location: GR -1.075
Chair: Frank Biermann
Second Session Chair: Carole-Anne Sénit
Discussant: Thomas Hickmann
 

Promises and pitfalls of implementing the Sustainable Development Goals

Chair(s): Frank Biermann, Carole-Anne Sénit

Discussant(s): Yixian Sun

 

 

Leveraging the transformative potential of subnational sustainability governance through the SDGs

Magdalena Bexell, Basil Bornemann, Dominique Coy, Jarrod Grainger-Brown, Kerstin Krellenberg, Shirin Malekpour, Enayat Moallemi, Dianty Ningrum, Rodrigo Ramiro, John Thompson

 

Legitimacy challenges of Multi-Stakeholder Partnerships for the 2030 Agenda

Matteo de Donà, Kristina Jönsson, Magdalena Bexell

 

Exploring plurality in enabling local Sustainable Development Goals actions

Dianty Ningrum, Shirin Malekpour, Rob Raven, Enayat Moallemi, Gary Bonar

 

Global goals and institutionalization - The case of SDG 12 and Sustainable Consumption and Production

Melanie van Driel, Frank Biermann, Rakhyun Kim, Marjanneke Vijge

Trying out diverse participatory action research methods – harnessing their power for transformative governance
Location: GR 1.160
 

Trying out diverse participatory action research methods - harnessing their power for transformative governance

Chair(s): Linda Carton, Fritz Kleinschroth

Presenter(s): Michael K. McCall, Jon Corbett, Mara de Pater, Igno Notermans, Marieke de Wijse-van Heeswijk

   
4:30pm
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5:00pm
Break and Refreshments
5:00pm
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7:00pm
Opening Plenary
Location: GR 0.100
On October 24th, during the opening plenary of the Radboud Conference on Earth System Governance, the following keynote presenters will delve into the conference theme: “Bridging Sciences and Societies for Sustainability Transformations”, highlighting the need for sustainability transformations and showing how fundamental such transformations need to be. Marjan Minnesma Urgent action is much more needed and is also possible. Science and society can be more aligned and help each other in pushing government and business. Concrete examples show how we start with concrete and scalable projects, and show that the energy transition should not deteriorate biodiversity, but that climate and biodiversity should both be taken into account when implementing solutions. Website: www.urgenda.nl Melanie Challenger – The Who, How, When, and Why of including the voices of other species in human decision-making processes Today, it is widely accepted among...
7:00pm
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8:30pm
Reception
Location: Faculty of Science
8:30pm
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10:30pm
Extracurricular Activity | Screening: White Plastic Sky (@Arthouse LUX)

In a not too distant future without animals and plants where the price of human survival is high, a young man breaks every rule to save his wife.

An animated feature film by TIBOR BÁNÓCZKI & SAROLTA SZABÓ (whiteplasticsky.com)

Registration

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Date: Wednesday, 25/Oct/2023
8:30am
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10:00am
Can collective action foster sustainability transformations? Studying the impacts of the climate justice movement
Location: GR 1.125
Chair: Adrian Rinscheid
Second Session Chair: Sebastian Koos
Discussant: Silvia Pianta
 

Can collective action foster sustainability transformations? Studying the impacts of the climate justice movement

Chair(s): Adrian Rinscheid, Sebastian Koos

Discussant(s): Silvia Pianta

 

 

Entangled in/between scales, frames and methodological eurocentrism – On the challenges of researching climate justice movements and deep decarbonization

Charlotte Huch, Christopher Pavenstädt, Jan Wilkens

 

The radical flank effect of Just Stop Oil

James Ozden, Markus Ostarek

 

Large-scale disruptive activism strengthened environmental attitudes in the United Kingdom

Cameron Brick, Ben Kenward

 

How do different forms of protest shape support for transformational change? A cross-country experimental study of the climate movement

Sebastian Koos, Adrian Rinscheid

Earth Systems Law RPG: Justice applications in the Anthropocene
Location: GR 1.143
Chair: Andrea C. Simonelli
 

Earth Systems Law RPG: Justice applications in the Anthropocene

Chair(s): Andrea C. Simonelli

Presenter(s): Margot Hurlbert, Rosalind Warner, Tim Cadman

Local pathways of climate change adaptation: discourses, actors and tools
Location: GR 1.170
Chair: Claudia Morsut
Discussant: Lisa Sanderink
 

Local pathways of climate change adaptation: discourses, actors and tools

Chair(s): Claudia Morsut

Discussant(s): Lisa Sanderink

 

 

Local climate change adaptation in Stavanger municipality (Norway)

Claudia Morsut, Ole Andreas Engen

 

Climate adaptation in Bergen (Norway): an embedded approach?

Simon Neby, Elisabeth Angell, Hanna Kvamsås

 

Local climate change adaptation in Sweden: national and local practices from a securitisation perspective

Karina Barquet, Mathilda Englund

 

Climate change adaptation: a risk approach to deal with potential flooding in Dordrecht, The Netherlands

Nenya Jochemsen, Heleen Mees

Visions of Planetary and Participatory Anticipation and Imagination
Location: GR 1.109
Chair: Florian Rabitz
 

Governing the Planetary Commons: A Key Challenge in the Anthropocene

Louis Kotzé



Imagine All the People: Equity and Inclusion in Participatory Visioning

Fronika de Wit



Navigating differences in sustainability visions and values: a case study of strong and deep sustainability

Nicola Mary Banwell

Water and food governance at the nexus
Location: GR 1.112
Chair: Carlijn Hendriks
 

Water Governance towards Sustainability: From bricks to building blocks

Shahana Bilalova, Jens Newig, Sergio Villamayor-Tomas



Identifying opportunities and barriers for transboundary Water-Energy-Food-Ecosystem-nexus governance: a comparative case study of the Lielupe, Nestos/Mesta, and Adige river basin

Caro Eline Mooren, Stefania Munaretto, Dries L.T Hegger, Peter P.J. Driessen, Isabelle La Jeunesse



The agribusiness, climate adaptation and local water conflicts: Can new transnational approaches contribute to just transformation?

Almut Schilling-Vacaflor, Maria-Therese Gustafsson, Claudia Pahl-Wostl



Paradigms as a source code of water governance: A systematic review

Shahana Bilalova, Nicolas Jager, Jens Newig, Dave Huitema, Johanna Koehler

Urban governance and experimentation
Location: GR 1.116
Chair: Viola Jasmine Provost
 

Naming and Shaming Among Local Governments: How Does Information Disclosure of Pollution Ranking Shape Local Government Behaviors in Pollution Control?

Liuyang He



Planning for and Implementing Sustainability in Local Governments in the Polycentric United States Rustbelt

Thomas Skuzinski



Moving Beyond Traditional City Comparisons: Exploring Openness in Climate City Networks to Inclusive Comparative Approaches

Sombol Mokhles



Globalization of urban climate governance and the making of net-zero cities

Emilie d'Amico



Localizing the Sustainable Development Goals in Smart and Sustainable Cities: How can non-traditional data support the local implementation and monitoring of SDGs? A case study of the Brussels Capital Region.

Koen Borghys, Laurens Vandercruysse, Franz-Ferdinand Rothe, Rob Heyman

Data-driven climate governance: A critique
Location: GR 1.139
Chair: Aarti Gupta
Discussant: Ina Möller
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Accelerating climate actions through radical transparency of satellite-generated climate data? Lessons from India and Ethiopia

Rahwa Kidane, Aarti Gupta, Max van Deursen



DestinE as destiny? A critical inquiry into Europe's planetary Digital Twin for environmental governance

Paulan Korenhof, Sanneke Kloppenburg, Vincent Blok



The Rise and Implications of Digitally-Enabled ‘Radical Transparency’ in Global Climate Governance: The Case of Climate Risk Insurance

Robert Bergsvik, Sanneke Kloppenburg



World Bank’s Climate mobility futures: Mainstreaming anticipatory action on internal climate migration

Roel Riphagen, Ingrid Boas



‘Nature Tech’ at the Climate-Biodiversity Interface

Anouk Fransen, Harriet Bulkeley

Anticipating a decarbonized world
Location: GR -1.070
Chair: Carley Allison Chavara
 

Co-opting Climate Action Discourses to Delay Fossil-fuel Phase out in Norway: An Analysis of State and Industry Climate Imaginaries

Manjana Milkoreit



Fossil Fuels, Stranded Assets, and the Energy Transition in the Global South: a Systematic Literature Review

Augusto Heras, Joyeeta Gupta



Ambiguity and decarbonisation pathways in Southeast Asia

Lorraine Elliott



Is Climate Litigation a Social Driver Towards Deep Decarbonization? Agency, Dynamics and Effects

Cathrin Zengerling, Jill Bähring, Stefan C. Aykut, Antje Wiener



Zero-carbon imaginaries: Governance of meanings in the Australian energy transition

Chris Riedy

Earth Trusteeship Dialogue: Co-creating Eco-Peace
Location: GR 1.129
 

Earth Trusteeship Dialogue, World Heritage and Rights of Nature

Chair(s): Henry Mentink

Presenter(s): Klaus Bosselmann, Nico Landsman, Yanti Kusumanto, Kelly Dorkenoo, Joel Persson, Hans van Willenswaard,

Demystifying degrowth – Connecting research and practice
Location: GR 1.160
 

Demystifying degrowth - Connecting research and practice

Chair(s): Juliette Alenda-Demoutiez, Karolien van Teijlingen

Presenter(s): Paul Hendriksen, Natascha Hulst, Just Dengerink, Sara Pape, Maria Kaufmann

The ties that bind: World Café on youth engagement as a driving force for community-based healing in times of environmental and social shocks
Location: GR 1.136
 

The ties that bind: World Café on youth engagement as a driving force for community-based healing in times of environmental and social shocks

Chair(s): Ebru Canan Sokullu, Idil Boran

Presenter(s): Aslı Çalım, Dize Doğan, Ozan Savran, Pamir Canan

Conflicts, settlements and displacements
Location: GR 1.120
Chair: Lukas Hermwille
 

The Nature of Peace – The dynamics between post-conflict peacebuilding and environmental justice

Fariborz Zelli, Torsten Krause



Embracing the politics of transformation: Reconceptualising policy action as battle-settlement events

James Patterson, Matthew Paterson



Localized land tenure registration in Burundi and eastern DR Congo: the politics of transformations to sustainability

Mathijs van Leeuwen, An Ansoms, Joël Baraka Akilimali, Emery Mudinga, Camille Munezero, Gemma van der Haar



Climate mobility in Europe? Reviewing the evidence.

Michele Dalla Fontana, Ingrid Boas

Roundtable on Institutionalising Multispecies and Planetary Justice
Location: GR -1.075
 

Roundtable on Institutionalising Multispecies and Planetary Justice

Chair(s): David Schlosberg

Presenter(s): Anthony Burke, Danielle Celermajer, Stefanie Fishel, Tobias Muller, Cristina Inoue, Agni Kalfagianni, Stefan Pedersen

Emerging economies and green transformations
Location: GR 1.133
Chair: Ilaha Abasli
 

Unpacking China’s climate policy mixes: path dependencies and policy feedback

Xiaoran Li, Shutong He, Yixian Sun



Is South-South and Triangular Cooperation for the SDGs an answer for inclusive global development partnership? Evidence from India and Indonesia

Mahesti Okitasari, Tarek Katramiz



Strategic mimicry by emerging economies: The rise and evolution of climate policies in India and Indonesia

Chris Höhne



Varieties of net zero politics in emerging economies: A comparison between China and India

Yixian Sun, Dhanasree Jayaram

   
10:00am
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10:30am
Break and Refreshments
10:30am
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12:00pm
International Climate Policy
Location: GR 1.139
Chair: Frederik Dahlmann
 

Governing through goals: the case of the Global Goal on Adaptation under the Paris Agreement

Timo Leiter



High demand, low supply: understanding the lack of reforms at the UNFCCC

Naghmeh Nasiritousi, Alexandra Buylova, Björn-Ola Linnér



Legitimacy and accountability of polycentric climate action: Can non-state and sub-state climate action enhance democratic legitimacy of the UNFCCC?

Karin Bäckstrand



Global Climate Governance: a Discourse Network Analysis

Lisa Sanderink, Florence Metz, Oscar Widerberg, Philipp Pattberg



From the IPCC to the Green State Nobility: Towards a new research agenda on expertise in the green transition

Søren Lund Frandsen, Jacob Hasselbalch

Earth system governance and outer space development: Politics, power, and the future-making of sustainability Architecture and Agency
Location: GR -1.075
Chair: Xiao-Shan Yap
Second Session Chair: Rakhyun E. Kim
Discussant: Aarti Gupta
 

Earth system governance and outer space development: Politics, power, and the future-making of sustainability

Chair(s): Xiao-Shan Yap, Rakhyun E. Kim

Discussant(s): Aarti Gupta

 

 

Transnationalization and state power in the global satellite industry

Inga Popovaite, Florian Rabitz, Vidas Vilcinskas

 

The missing ingredients for a sustainable polycentric governance of space debris

Jean-Frédéric Morin

 

The politics of earth-space sustainability: A preliminary typology based on global discourses

Xiao-Shan Yap

 

Making life multiplanetary – how Elon Musk’s imaginaries are shaping discourses on earth-space sustainability

Leon Wagenknecht, Rakhyun E. Kim, Xiao-Shan Yap



Open space for all? – A network analytical approach to assess the role of non-state actors in the governance and use of earth orbits

Marieluna Frank

Deep system change for sustainable development: The 2030PLUS Project
Location: GR 1.170
 

Deep systems change for a more just and sustainable world

Chair(s): Norman M. Kearney

Presenter(s): Norman M. Kearney, Henrik Carlsen, Nina Weitz, Eleonora Bonaccorsi

Transformative interventions to strengthen prioritisation of biodiversity in decision making
Location: GR 1.109
Chair: Ilkhom Soliev
Second Session Chair: Alex Franklin
Third chair: Agnes Zolyomi
 

Transformative interventions to strengthen prioritisation of biodiversity in decision making

Chair(s): Ilkhom Soliev, Alex Franklin, Agnes Zolyomi, Jeanne Nel

Discussant(s): Rosalie van Dam

 

 

Systemic transformation for biodiversity: what intervention, in which system and for what purpose?

Julia Leventon, Simon Vaňo, Blanka Loučková, Patricia Ofori-Amanfo

 

Using an intersectional lens in co-developing interventions to strengthen the ‘BioDiverse Edible City’ concept in Graz, Austria

Sandra Karner, Anita Thaler, David Steinwender

 

Understanding interventions for pro-biodiversity behaviour in a sectoral context: An example of the Tuscan textile, apparel, and fashion industries

Pedro Navarro Gambin, Marta Bonetti, Roberto Gronda, Matteo Villa, Gianluca Brunori, Daniele Vergamini

 

Aligning agri-environmental programmes with farmers' attitudes to unlock transformative change: a target-oriented biodiversity promotion in the Canton of Zurich, Switzerland

Robert Home, Olivia Keller, Rebekka Frick



Mainstreaming Global Biodiversity Targets in Sectoral Action: ‘What Works, How and Why?’

Hens Runhaar, Yves Zinngrebe

Equity and justice in nature and climate governance
Location: GR 1.112
Chair: Alexandre San Martim Portes
 

Nature-based solutions for urban transformations: rhetoric versus reality

Sarah Clement, Ian Caleb Mell



Mosaic governance and urban environmental justice: Can civil society contribute to just transformations?

Arjen Buijs, Natalie Gulsrud, Romina Rodela, Alan Diduck, Sander Van der Jagt, Chris Raymond



Are justice considerations in international guidelines for disaster risk governance promoting sustainable development?

Mathilde de Goër de Herve, Thomas Schinko, John Handmer



Framing natural infrastructure practice and learning ecosystems in a warming world

Liese Coulter, Robin Cox, Vince Palace, Felicitas Egunyu, Joanna Eyquem, Susan Nesbit



A review and critical analysis of proposals to monitor the European “just transition”

Christine Milchram, Samanthi Dijkstra-Silva, Darren McCauley

Water-Energy-Food nexus in South Africa: consequences for social justice?
Location: GR 1.116
Chair: Marjanneke Johanna Vijge
 

Water-Energy-Food nexus in South Africa: consequences for social justice?

Chair(s): Marjanneke Johanna Vijge

Discussant(s): Jochen Monstadt

 

 

Exploring the narratives about water, energy and food delivery and the role of interagency interactions

Michele Dalla Fontana, Marjanneke Johanna Vijge

 

Community-level institutional inclusivity and its determinants in water, energy and food nexus governance for social justice

Saul Ngarava, Marjanneke Johanna Vijge

 

Insights from EU legislation on energy communities for WEF communities in SA

Alois Mugadza

 

Water-Energy-Food nexus in South Africa: multilevel governance for social justice?

Marjanneke Johanna Vijge, Saul Ngarava, Michele Dalla Fontana, Willemien Du Plessis, Leocadia Zhou, Patrick Nyambo, Germarié Viljoen, Romain Mauger, Alois Mugadza, John Rantlo, Naziha Mokadem

Environmental impact of the healthcare sector within the concept of planetary health
Location: GR 1.120
Chair: Tim Stobernack
 

Environmental impact of the healthcare sector within the concept of planetary health

Chair(s): Tim Stobernack, Hugo Touw

Discussant(s): Maud Huynen

 

 

Towards monitoring the environmental footprint of the Dutch healthcare sector with stakeholders

Michelle Steenmeijer, Lowik Pieters, Martijn van Bodegraven, Rosalie van Zelm, Susanne Waaijers

 

Environmental hotspot identification of patient trajectories

Sanne Tinga, Tim Stobernack, Hugo Touw, Egid van Bree, Floris Hermeling, Rosalie van Zelm, Wilson Li, Scott McAlister, Forbes McGain, Özcan Sir

 

Contributing to sustainability by redispending unused drugs: A test-case with oral anticancer drugs

Lisa-Marie Smale, Anne Ottenbros, Bart den Bemt, Rob Heerdink, Rosalie van Zelm, Toine Egberts, Charlotte Bekker

 

Can teleconsulting and telemonitoring in primary care be eco-friendlier than care as usual?

Egid M van Bree, Evelyn A Brakema, Hine JA van Oss, Rianne MJJ van der Kleij, Niels H Chavannes, Douwe E Atsma, Margot M Rakers

Multilevel and local adaptation and resilience
Location: GR 1.125
Chair: Rini Astuti
 

Regional preparedness networks: a method to implement adaptive governance?

Maija Nikkanen, Aleksi Räsänen, Sirkku Juhola



Conditions for effective governance of interdependencies among water, energy and food securities: the case of Domasi River Basin, Malawi

Srinivasa Reddy Srigiri, Anita Breuer, Kenza Podieh



Understanding and overcoming adaptation lock-ins: comparative analysis of coastal vulnerabilities using an actor-centred framework for navigating polycentric governance

Jean Hugé, Lisanne Groen, Nazia Hussain, Stijn Neuteleers

A Sustainability Manifesto for Higher Education
Location: GR 1.129
 

A Sustainability Manifesto for Higher Education

Chair(s): Kristina Lauche, Adam Calo

Presenter(s): Jeremias Herberg, Mathéa Debant, Tomasso Mondovi, Marc Davidson

Struggles in connecting theory and practice: a townhall debate on dilemmas in creating societal impact
Location: GR 1.136
 

Struggles in connecting theory and practice: a townhall debate on dilemmas in creating societal impact

Chair(s): Igno Notermans

Presenter(s): Mara de Pater, Gijs Diercks

Transformations and Tensions in Food System Governance
Location: GR 1.133
 

Transformations and Tensions in Food System Governance

Chair(s): Matthew Canfield, Jessica Duncan

Presenter(s): Matthew Canfield, Jessica Duncan, Priscilla Claeys, Leonardo van den Berg, Els Hegger

How Can ESG Research Contribute to Transformative Change for Climate & Biodiversity?
Location: GR -1.070
 

How Can ESG Research Contribute to Transformative Change for Climate & Biodiversity?

Chair(s): Harriet Bulkeley, Esther Turnhout

Presenter(s): Michele Betsill, Stacy VanDeveer

Water governance at the nexus
Location: GR 1.143
Chair: Asgeir Barlaup
 

Assessing Household Water-Energy Nexus Vulnerabilities: A Case Of Matatiele Local Municipality, Eastern Cape, South Africa

Sibulele Bongoza, Hezekiel Bheki Magagula, Leocadia Zhou, Zoleka Alice Florence Mzitshi



Hybridization of water response; a new paradigm in modelling water sustainability in Africa

Afolayan Samuel Juwon, Djalia UMUTANGAMPUNDU



How hydrological models can support cities to adapt to urban flooding – lessons learned from two transdisciplinary case studies

Markus Groth, Steffen Bender, Thea Wübbelmann



City-to-city learning to enhance urban water management: the contribution of the City Blueprint Approach

Carel Dieperink, Stef Koop, Mado Witjes Mado, Van Leeuwen Kees, Driessen Peter

     
11:00am
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2:00pm
Shared Walks for Climate Change
Location: Outdoor Activity / GR 1.143

Registration

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Shared Walks for Climate Change

Chair(s): Aysem Mert, Eylem Ertürk

Presenter(s): Frederic Hanush, Julia Tschersich

12:00pm
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12:30pm
Break and Light Snack
12:30pm
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2:00pm
Nijmegen Agenda for Transformative Interdisciplinarity and Transdisciplinarity in Earth System Governance
Location: GR 1.139
Solar Geoengineering: Contestations, Public Perceptions and Governance
Location: GR -1.070
Chair: Aarti Gupta
Discussant: Sean Low
 

Solar Geoengineering: Contestations, Public Perceptions and Governance

Chair(s): Aarti Gupta

Discussant(s): Sean Low

 

 

Going Rogue? Public Perceptions, Governance, and Information Framing involving Experimentation with Stratospheric Aerosol Injection

Chad Baum, Livia Fritz, Sean Low, Benjamin Sovacool

 

Geoengineering in Action: Coping with a contested concept

Ina Moller, Julia Schubert, Kerryn Brent, Jeroen Oomen, Stefan Schäfer

 

Towards a Non-Use Regime on Solar Geoengineering: Lessons from International Law and Governance

Aarti Gupta, Ellinore van Driel, Frank Biermann, Rakhyun Kim, Louis Kotze, Stacy vanDeveer, Nadia Bernaz, Dhanasree Jayaram, Dana Ruddigkeit, Margaretha Wewerinke

 

The Role of Higher Education in Advancing Solar Geoengineering: A Critical Analysis

Jennie Stephens

Governing urban transformation: Policy and politics of experimentation and scaling
Location: GR 1.170
Chair: Elisa Kochskämper
Second Session Chair: Matteo Roggero
Discussant: Klaus Eisenack
 

Governing urban transformation III: Policy and politics of experimentation and scaling

Chair(s): Elisa Kochskämper, Matteo Roggero

Discussant(s): Klaus Eisenack

 

 

Governing spatial scaling within, across, and beyond and cities

Kristine Kern, Elisa Kochskämper, Peter Eckersley

 

Out of the limelight: scaling climate action in the experimenting city

Matteo Roggero

 

Urban climate governance and climate justice in the SW of England

Sophia Hatzisavvidou, Oscar Berglund, Jess Britton, Celia Robbins

 

Scaling deep at the margin: Reflecting on the coproduction of Nature-based Solutions as decolonial praxis in Cape Town.

Patience Mguni

Implementing sustainable development goals in an incoherent world: Aligning climate action and reduced inequalities
Location: GR -1.075
Chair: Adis Dzebo
 

Implementing sustainable development goals in an incoherent world: Aligning climate action and reduced inequalities

Chair(s): Adis Dzebo

 

 

Analysing the Causes and Consequences of Policy Incoherence in the Context of the Global Climate and Development Agendas

Katherine Browne, Zoha Shawoo, Adis Dzebo, Aaron Maltais, Jonathan Pickering, Alexia Faus Onbargi, Gabriela Iacobuta, Ines Dombrowsky, Matthias Fridahl, Sara Gottenhuber, Åsa Persson

 

Contestation of climate, energy and inequality goals: Policy (in)coherence in just energy transition in Kenya, Australia, Germany and South Africa

Jonathan Pickering, Pierrick Chalaye, James Reeler, Cassilde Muhoza, Philip Osano, Alexia Faus Onbargi, Gabriela Iacobuta, Ines Dombrowsky

 

Implementing the Paris Agreement and the 2030 Agenda through sustainable agriculture: Critical assessment of policy coherence in Fiji, Sri Lanka and the Philippines

Priyatma Singh, Karin Fernando, Navam Niles, Alaya de Leon, Alexia Faus Onbargi

 

Political drivers of policy (in)coherence between climate change and sustainable development: assessing goal conflicts in Colombia and Sweden

Mario Cárdenas Velez, Ivonne Lobos Alva, Sara Gottenhuber

Agriculture and Food Systems
Location: GR 1.109
Chair: Sarah Elizabeth Sharma
 

Beyond Certification: A Typology of Governance Actors and Strategies in Agri-Food Value Chains

Samuel Brülisauer, Gesabel Villar Morales, Christoph Oberlack



Advancing theories of change of private sustainability governance of coffee and cocoa supply chains

Christoph Oberlack, Samuel Bruelisauer, Gesabel Villar



Transparency in agricultural supply chains: Impacts, limitations, and alternatives

Norman M. Kearney



Deliberating in unlikely settings: an analysis of African agri-business partnerships

Greetje Schouten, Jodie Thorpe

Human rights in earth system governance
Location: GR 1.112
Chair: Danielle Celermajer
 

(Green) Growth within Planetary Boundaries? A Human Rights Perspective

Andreas Buser



Environmental Human Right Defenders – Change Agents at the Crossroads of Biodiversity, Climate Change and Cultural heritage

Torsten Krause, Fariborz Zelli



Courts, Access and Justice: Human Rights to Water and Sanitation Litigation in the Global South

PEDI OBANI



Human rights and environmental due diligence: The critical role of transnational civil society networks

Maria-Therese Gustafsson, Almut Schilling-Vacaflor

Renewable energies and a just transition
Location: GR 1.116
Chair: Luis Ramirez Camargo
Second Session Chair: Maria Luisa Lode
 

Renewable energies and a just transition

Chair(s): Luis Ramirez Camargo, Maria Luisa Lode

Discussant(s): Jens Lowitzsch

 

 

Institutional Advocacy for Indigenous controlled renewable energy: lessons from a First Nations Power Authority proposal in British Columbia, Canada

Christina E. Hoicka

 

Wind In Conflict: A Legal Analysis of Public, Private and Common Interests on Wind Rights

Monika Bucha, Jens Lowitzsch

 

Energy justice through participatory processes? Learnings from three energy communities in South America

Maria Luisa Lode, Geert te Boveldt, Luis Ramirez Camargo, Thierry Coosemans

 

Clean energies, dirty methods: The issue of recognition and communal land right in wind power development in Bahia, Brazil

Michael Klingler, Patricia Derolle Huber Galves, Paola Velasco-Herrejon, Johannes Schmidt

Institutional Design: Waste and Chemicals
Location: GR 1.120
Chair: Chris Höhne
 

The Politics of Living Treaties

Jen Iris Allan



Evaluating the Basel-Rotterdam-Stockholm governance model: Integrated governance as a solution to problem-shifting between multilateral environmental agreements?

Işık Girgiç, Rakhyun E. Kim, Frank Biermann, Harro Van Asselt



Estimating problem shifting from the Minamata Convention on Mercury

Sem Wille Jans, Rakhyun E. Kim



Principles and best practices of evidence use for sustainable policy and practice: the case of pesticides

Benjamin Hofmann, Karin Ingold, Christian Stamm, Sabine Hoffmann



Advising treaty decision-makers: a new typology of subsidiary scientific committees

Veronique Fournier

Action-oriented knowledge for making inter- and transdisciplinary integration happen in practice
Location: GR 1.136
 

Action-oriented knowledge for making inter- and transdisciplinary integration happen in practice

Chair(s): Lisa Deutsch, Sabine Hoffmann

Presenter(s): Lisa Deutsch, Donata Dettwiler, Sabine Hoffmann

European Union's Regulation on Deforestation-free Supply Chains: Green Protectionism or Paving Way for Global Decarbonization Pathways
Location: GR 1.129
 

European Union's Regulation on Deforestation-free Supply Chains: Green Protectionism or Paving Way for Global Decarbonization Pathways

Chair(s): Hans Bruyninckx

Presenter(s): Sven Wunder, Eeva Primmer, Seline Meijer, Danielle van Oijen, Darren Thomas

Food System Transformation Imaginaries and Policy Paradigms
Location: GR 1.160
Chair: Adam Calo
Second Session Chair: Gerry Alons
Discussant: Gerry Alons
 

Transforming uban food systems through critical governance principles

Ana Moragues



Policy instruments for the transition to a circular food system

Daniel Polman



Concepts to Understand and Research Transformative Change for Biodiversity & Equity (TC4BE)

Verina Ingram, Valerie Nelson, Jeremy Haggar., Thirza Hermans, Marina Benitez Kanter., Albertine vandenbussche, Ximena Rueda



Food Security and Equity Implications of Land-Based Mitigation in IPCC IAM scenarios

Sreeja Jaiswal, Aravindhan Nagarajan, Akhil Mythri

Reforming trade and economies
Location: GR 1.133
Chair: Phillip Michael Paiement
 

Civil society involvement at the trade-environment nexus: Successful submissions on environmental law enforcement

Noemie Laurens



The Implications of Climate Policy for Trade: Evidence from the Trade-related Climate Policy Database

Daria Taglioni, Ana Margarida Fernandes, Emma Aisbett, Alexandre San Martim Portes, Giulia Jonetzko, Anne Helene Beck



Conceptualizations of Discourses on Circular Economy’s Social Impacts in the Global North versus Global South: a Critical Review of Similarities and Differences

Ilaha Abasli, Farhad Mukhtarov



Environmental Impact Assessments of Trade Agreements – A New Dataset

Simon Happersberger, Ruben Dewitte, Nidhi Nagabhatla, Glenn Rayp, Thi Thuy Linh Bui

Navigating sustainability transformations: Governance strategies and pathways to resilient futures
Location: GR 1.125
Chair: Devon Cantwell-Chavez
 

Time wealth – a disregarded lever for sustainability transformations

Lorenz Erdmann, Max Priebe, Kerstin Cuhls



Unlocking and reconfiguring lock-in dynamics to accelerate adaptation

Meghan Alexander, Nicolas Jager, Lisanne Groen



Understanding transformative governance and the process and sequencing of mechanisms for improved resilience outcomes in US wastewater systems

Chesney McOmber, Christine Kirchhoff



Transforming our world through multi-stakeholder partnerships: Factors, mechanisms, and pathways for sustainable development

Maximilian Sebastian Tassilo Wanner, Matilda Miljand

     
2:00pm
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3:00pm
Lunch
3:00pm
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4:30pm
Semi-Plenary Session: Social Tipping points and living within just Earth system boundaries
Location: EOS 01.630
Future Earth, Earth Commission
Semi-Plenary Session: Fostering emancipation and courage to shape sustainability transformations in Earth System Governance
Location: GR 0.100
The Radboud Centre for Sustainability Challenges, Radboud University
4:30pm
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5:00pm
Break and Refreshments
5:00pm
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6:30pm
Climate change and biodiversity: Challenges for financing, governing and achieving fair outcomes
Location: GR 1.170
Chair: Cristina Yumie Aoki Inoue
Second Session Chair: Karen M. Siegel
Discussant: Karen M. Siegel
Third Chair: Guilherme de Queiroz Stein
 

Climate change and biodiversity: Challenges for financing, governing and achieving fair outcomes

Chair(s): Cristina Y. A. Inoue, Karen M. Siegel, Guilherme de Queiroz Stein

Discussant(s): Karen M. Siegel

 

 

Bioeconomy in the Brazilian Amazon: New Solution or New Threat?

Fabio de Castro

 

Podáali indigenous fund: transformative governance in the Amazon?

Verônica Korber Gonçalves, Thaís Lemos Ribeiro, Cristina Y. A. Inoue, Juliana Lins

 

State capacities and payment for environmental services in Brazilian municipalities

Carlos Eduardo Frickmann Young, Biancca Scarpeline de Castro, Matheus de Andrade Santos, Bruno Borges Silvério Sebastião

 

Promoting a fair and equitable sharing of benefits? An analysis of the new Brazilian biodiversity law

Guilherme de Queiroz Stein, Karen M. Siegel

Overcoming the dichotomy of humans and nature in Earth System Governance research (I): An innovative approach to address the complex, intertwined, and coevolving social-ecological nature of governance challenges
Location: GR 1.139
Chair: Elke Kellner
Second Session Chair: Rodrigo Martinez Peña
 

Overcoming the dichotomy of humans and nature in Earth System Governance research (I): An innovative approach to address the complex, intertwined, and coevolving social-ecological nature of governance challenges

Chair(s): Elke Kellner, Rodrigo Rodrigo Martinez Pena

Discussant(s): Udita Sanga

 

 

Multifunctionality and explanatory power of the SE-AS framework

Maja Schlüter, Jineth Berrío-Martínez, Blanca González-Mon, Romina Martin, Rodrigo Martinez-Peña, Kirill Orach, Udita Sanga, Louis Tanguay, Elke Kellner

 

Mediating pathways of change: the role of fisher-trader relationships in small-scale fisheries responses to social-ecological disturbances

Kirill Orach, Laura Elsler, Maja Schlüter, Tim Daw, Elizabeth Drury O’Neill

 

Anticipating lake futures with social-ecological action situations

Romina Martin, Laura M. Herzog, Louis Tanguay, Maja Schlüter

 

Social-ecological trap in biodiversity conservation on private lands in Quebec province, Canada

Louis Tanguay, Jean-François Bissonnette, Sophie Calmé, Konstantia Koutouki, Katrine Turgeon

Building a climate policy design lab in Southeast Asia: lessons from global environmental governance scholarship
Location: GR -1.070
Chair: Benjamin William Cashore
Discussant: Ingrid Visseren-Hamakers
 

Building a climate policy design lab in Southeast Asia: lessons from global environmental governance scholarship.

Chair(s): Benjamin Cashore

Discussant(s): Ingrid Visseren-Hamakers

 

 

Learning from failures to design for success: towards durable carbon pricing and finance governance in Southeast Asia.

Maitreyee Mukherjee, Benjamin Cashore

 

Policy learning and the complexities of sustainability transitions: How do policymakers learn about effective policy design for technological innovation?

Sebastian Sewerin

 

Pathways to Transformational Environmental Policy Change: Evidence from Global Forestry Regulations

Gus Greenstein, Ben Cashore, Peter Kanowski, Ahmad Maryudi, Depi Susilawati, Yutong Zhou, Rob Kozak, Harry Nelson

 

Existing commitment to climate action strengthens durability of cities' climate actions beyond Covid-19

Tanya O’Garra, Viktoriya Kuz, Andrew Denault, Sousan Torabiparizi, Christopher Orr, Sander Chan

Decolonial Sustainability
Location: GR 1.109
Chair: Joyeeta Gupta
 

Towards a Planetary Justice: On Achille Mbembes Postcolonial Perspective

Téwéché Korassi



Energy, coloniality, and justice: An analysis of the Amazonian hydroelectric power systems from a decolonial energy justice perspective

Jéssica Duarte



Climate coloniality and cognitive justice: Pluriversality, spirituality and indigenous knowledges in transnational climate activism

Tobias Müller



Climate colonialism in global climate finance governance: a critical review and research agenda

Hyeyoon Park



Decolonizing Climate Change and Water Governance from Indigenous Perspectives

Ranjan Datta, Margot Hurlbert, William Marion, William Singer

Knowledge Systems
Location: GR 1.112
Chair: Gerdus van der Laarse
 

Boundary work on ocean space: Competing knowledge claims in the making of marine protected areas

Silvia C. Ruiz Rodríguez, Alice B. M. Vadrot



The role of “knowledge” in water quality governance in the United States

Elphin Tom Joe, Christine J Kirchhoff, Chesney McOmber, Kimberly Van Meter, Christopher Scott



Here to Stay? Challenges to Liberal Environmentalism in Regional Climate Governance

David Krogmann



Deliberation for Transformation: Exploring approaches for (self-)reflexivity and deliberation on the responsibility and ramifications of safe and just operating spaces for humanity and the planet

Sylvia Karlsson-Vinkhuyzen, Sofie Gonnie Ryan



Who sits at the table for the oceans? Access, participation, and inequality in representation in BBNJ and deep-sea mining negotiations

Thales Jéferson Rodrigues Schimitt

Democracy and citizen engagement
Location: GR 1.116
Chair: Christian Scholl
 

Populating the Democracy Cube. Assessing Power Delegation, Participant Interaction and Representation in Participatory Governance

Jens Newig, Julia Brinkmann, Ricarda Hille



New perspectives on citizen engagement in flood risk governance – a social practices approach

Dries L.T. Hegger



Opening up and closing down citizen participation in the development of a new sustainable residential city quarter

Maren Wesselow, Torsten Grothmann, Bernd Siebenhüner



Talking towards transformation: exploring the potential of dialogues in sustainability transitions

Sanne Akerboom, Mayte Beekman



Building Trust in Digital Democratic Innovations (DDI) for Participatory Urban Governance: Evidence from the Northern Netherlands

Karsten Schulz

Urban transitions and transformations
Location: GR 1.120
Chair: Karina Barquet
 

Just, urban transformations through resilience innovations? Comparing the policy implementation in cities of the Global South and North in the 100 Resilient Cities network.

Elisa Kochskämper



Insider-outsider dynamics in mobility transitions: A comparative study of German cities

Daniel Peter, Gundula Thiele, Franziska Ehnert, Stefan Scherbaum, Caroline Surrey, Marc Wolfram



Comparing US and Canadian federal frameworks for the governance of metropolitan regional transport decarbonization

Mark Purdon, Mark Winfield



Factors influencing city adoption of climate change policies: A global systematic review

Christopher J Orr, Andrew Denault, Tanya O'Garra, Sander Chan, Fabian Rackelmann, Luisa Hieckel, Désirée Ardelt

Co-creating novel nature-based governance: a coevolutionary perspective
Location: GR 1.125
 

Co-creating novel nature-based governance : a coevolutionary perspective

Chair(s): Tatiana Kluvankova, Juha Hiedanpää

Presenter(s): Claire Hardy, Marco Janssen, Mia Pihlajamäki, Carsten Herrmann-Pillath, Martin Spacek, Olena Shelvytska

Governing synergies and trade-offs at the intersection of biodiversity and climate change
Location: GR -1.075
Chair: Ina Lehmann
Second Session Chair: Jonas Hein
Discussant: Jonas Hein
Third Chair: Jean Carlo Rodriguez-de Francisco
 

Governing synergies and trade-offs at the intersection of biodiversity and climate change

Chair(s): Ina Lehmann, Jonas Hein, Jean Carlo Rodriguez-de Francisco

Discussant(s): Jonas Hein

 

 

An action agenda for the Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework: aligning goals for nature and climate

Idil Boran, Sander Chan, Alexandra Deprez, Juliette Landry, Andrew Deneault, Deborah Delgado

 

Taking time. How research and practice take account of the temporal dimension of the governance and management of nature-based solutions

Ina Lehmann, Julia Grosinger, Jonas Hein, Steffen Bauer, Katarzyna Negacz

 

Senses of environmental (In)justice on Nature-based solutions in Colombia and Ecuador

Jean Carlo Rodriguez-de Francisco, Mirja Schoderer

 

Take the fish out – marine conservation revisited

Yvonne Kunz, David Kloos

Exploring “Planetary Health” in the Context of Earth System Governance
Location: GR 1.133
 

Exploring “Planetary Health” in the Context of Earth System Governance

Chair(s): Kathryn Bowen, Annabelle Workman

Presenter(s): Charles Ebikeme, Sharon Friel, Rosalind Warner, Godfred Boateng, Alexandre San Martim Portes, Scott Carlin

National institutions for climate and sustainability transformations
Location: GR 1.136
Chair: Marta Berbés-Blázquez
 

National sustainability institutions in a global comparison: introducing a global data set

Okka Lou Mathis



Climate Transparency in Australia: Furthering or Distracting from Meaningful Action?

Ellycia Harrould-Kolieb, Harro van Asselt, Roman Weikmans



Measuring China’s climate policy mixes in the post-Paris era: climate policy mixes balance, design features, and beyond

Xiaoran Li, Shutong He, Yixian Sun



Imagining Future Power Production Futures in Saskatchewan, Canada

Margot Hurlbert, Tanushsree Tithi, charisse Vitto



Identifying and mapping interactions of policies within policy mixes for climate change mitigation: a network analysis

Valeria Zambianchi

Business-led partnerships and government: constructive engagements for sustainability transformations?
Location: GR 1.129
Chair: Marijn Faling
Second Session Chair: Greetje Schouten
 

Business-led partnerships and government: constructive engagements for sustainability transformations?

Chair(s): Marijn Faling, Greetje Schouten

Discussant(s): Hilde Toonen

 

 

Understanding system change: government crowding in on inclusive agribusiness

Marijn Faling, Greetje Schouten, Sietze Vellema

 

Assessing the Transformative Potential of Multi-Stakeholder Partnerships for the Sustainable Development Goals: Evidence from 179 Case Studies

Oscar Widerberg, Cornelia Fast, Montserrat Koloffon, Philipp Pattberg

 

Making the last count first

Nicky Pouw

 

Partnerships as element of a policy instrument mix

Katrien Termeer

Law and Litigation
Location: GR 1.143
Chair: Jean Frederic Morin
 

Governing in their Own Image: How Environmental Lawyers Created Accountability for International Development

Susan Park



Litigation in Earth System Governance: Agency within, of and beyond the case

Phillip Michael Paiement



International environmental law in domestic climate litigation: contested cases, contested norms

J. Michael Angstadt, Hyeyoon Park



A pathway for transforming agroforestry law from an Earth system law perspective

Marina Klimke, Cathrin Zengerling

     
7:30pm
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10:00pm
Conference Dinner
Location: Vasim
Date: Thursday, 26/Oct/2023
8:30am
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10:00am
What is needed to make voluntary Net-Zero climate actions by corporate, nonstate and subnational actors ‘high-integrity’?
Location: GR 1.133
Chair: Birka Wicke
Second Session Chair: Oren Perez
Discussant: Sander Chan
 

What is needed to make voluntary Net-Zero climate actions by corporate, nonstate and subnational actors ‘high-integrity’?

Chair(s): Birka Wicke, Oren Perez

Discussant(s): Sander Chan

 

 

Integrity of corporate net zero pledges: Analysis of major food and beverages companies

Sybrig Smit, Joel Beuerle, Nathalie Pelekh, Takeshi Kuramochi, Birka Wicke

 

Making Climate Pledges Stick: A Private Ordering Mechanism for Climate Commitments

Oren Perez, Michael P. Vandenbergh

 

Assuring a high-quality carbon market

Charlotte Streck, Danick Trouwloon

 

Exploring the Adoption of Net-Zero Commitments in Cities: A Quantitative Text Analysis Study

Lauri Peterson

Struggles over Climate Policy: Linking Institutions, Elites, and Mass Publics
Location: GR 1.136
Chair: Ksenia Anisimova
Second Session Chair: James Patterson
 

Struggles over Climate Policy: Linking Institutions, Elites, and Mass Publics

Chair(s): Ksenia Anisimova, James Patterson

 

 

Sustainability and Preferences for Institutional Change: Towards Fair and Climate-Proof Fiscal Policies

Adrian Rinscheid, Marius Busemeyer

 

Decarbonization Under Institutional Constraints: Case Study of South Korea’s Feed-In-Tariff Policy

Asgeir Barlaup

 

From Cheap-Talk to Action: How Political Elites Respond to Environmental Demands

António Valentim, Silvia Pianta

 

Public Responses to Coercive Climate Policies: Limited Evidence of Backlash across OECD Countries

Ksenia Anisimova, James Patterson

Biodiversity Governance: The Road Ahead
Location: GR 1.170
Chair: Ines Dombrowsky
 

The Paris Moment for biodiversity: is it actually good news for nature?

Ana Maria Ulloa



Regulatory Disengagement and the Shifting Politics of Biotechnology under the Convention on Biological Diversity

Florian Rabitz, Elsa Tsioumani



Transforming biodiversity governance? Indigenous Peoples’ contributions and the Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework

Louisa Parks, Elsa Tsioumani



Not in my waters: Linking and unlinking marine biodiversity in the negotiations of the Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework

Alice B. M. Vadrot, Silvia C. Ruiz Rodríguez, Ina Tessnow-von Wysocki



A fallacy of the commons in the making? Mapping science-patent relations to inform governance of marine genetic resources

Paul Dunshirn

Democracy in the Anthropocene: Future-as-method in imagining more-than-human democratic governance
Location: GR 1.109
Chair: Aysem Mert
Discussant: Frederic Hanusch
 

Democracy in the Anthropocene: Future-as-method in imagining more-than-human democratic governance

Chair(s): Aysem Mert, Frederic Hanusch

Discussant(s): Frederic Hanusch

 

 

Democratic Innovations for More Than Human Inclusion

Danielle Celermajer, David Schlosberg

 

Sustainable Future-Making in the Democratic Anthropocene

Steve Vanderheiden

 

Synergies and tensions of scholarships of deliberative democracy and transformations to sustainability and justice

Hedda Reich

 

Climate coloniality and democratic futures: Solidarity, cognitive justice and co-liberation in the climate movement

Tobias Müller

Enabling the energy transition on a local level: the case of electrical vehicles
Location: GR 1.112
Chair: Bart van der Ree
 

Enabling the energy transition on a local level: the case of electrical vehicles

Chair(s): Bart van der Ree

 

 

The role of legal research in transdisciplinary projects regarding the energy transition: harnessing flexibility for congestion management

Anoeska Buijze

 

Data-Driven Modeling of Electric Vehicle Flexibility for Congestion Mitigation Services: A Multi-Objective Optimization Approach Balancing Cost and Emission Reduction

Nanda K. Panda, Parnian Alikhani, Nico Brinkel, Simon H. Tindemans, Wilfried van Sark

 

Willingness to participate in vehicle-to-grid program: An exploration of battery electric vehicle users with various driving needs and charging preferences

Yang Hu, Dick Ettema

 

Identifying Barriers and Facilitating Factors for Smart Charging Behavior of Electric Vehicles. Insights from applying the COM-B framework

Janna de Graaf, Michèle Bal, John de Wit, Marijn Stok

Protecting global peatlands: phasing out the use of peat in growing media and as soil improver - Part I
Location: GR 1.139
Chair: Marjan Smeulders
Second Session Chair: Philipp Gramlich
Overcoming the dichotomy of humans and nature in Earth System Governance research (II): Navigating frameworks to study governance challenges in complex social-ecological systems
Location: GR 1.116
Chair: Romina Martin
Discussant: Maja Schlüter
 

Overcoming the dichotomy of humans and nature in Earth System Governance research (II): Navigating frameworks to study governance challenges in complex social-ecological systems

Chair(s): Romina Martin, Kirill Orach

Discussant(s): Maja Schlüter

 

 

An evaluation of frameworks to study complex social-ecological systems: Which framework works best for which application?

Elke Kellner, Blanca González-Mon, Romina Martin, Rodrigo Martinez-Peña, Kirill Orach, Udita Sanga, Louis Tanguay, Maja Schlüter

 

Explaining change and no-change in social-ecological transformations Learning from the morphogenetic/morphostatic approach

Rodrigo Martinez-Peña, Kirill Orach, Per Olsson, Maja Schlüter

 

Modelling agricultural innovations as a social-ecological phenomenon using SE-AS as a diagnostic tool

Udita Sanga, Maja Schlüter

 

Comparing two action situation approaches to analyse the governance of trade-off situations between SDGs: A comparative case study of Grand Canyon and Chaco Culture National Park

Elke Kellner

Inequality and Injustice in Governance
Location: GR 1.120
Chair: Katherine Browne
 

Constructing a Climate-Inequality Nexus: Lessons from States’ Submissions to the 2030 Agenda and the Paris Agreement

Maria Jernnäs



Leaving colonial, carbon-locked pathways in the rear-view mirror? (G)local patterns of injustice and Germany's hydrogen partnerships with Namibia and South Africa

Anne Kantel



Transformative change for sustainable and just social-ecological systems

Katie Keddie, Chris Ives, Sam Beaver, Elizabeth A Law, Rachel S Friedman



The global poverty effect of climate mitigation and the role of redistribution

Daniele Malerba, Xiangjie Chen

A world on fire: practices for care in times of environmental crises
Location: GR 1.125
Chair: Yves Zinngrebe
 

Climate change, wildfires, and governance: Leverage points for transformation

Sarah Clement



Environmental Security: Cultivating Care amid Crisis

Julianne Liebenguth



Climate adaptation to changing fire regimes: evolving national and state policies in Australia

Kyle Nathan Townsend, Sarah Elizabeth Clement



Notions of Climate Change and Security in Humanitarian International Non-Governmental Organizations

Rickard Söder

Fishbowl dialogue on the opportunities and pitfalls of value-oriented transformative governance for biodiversity
Location: GR 1.129
Format

The session takes the form of a fishbowl dialogue, allowing exchange between listeners in an ‘outer circle’, and a smaller group of speakers in the ‘inner circle’. We would like to hear from the audience, who can feel free to elect themselves as a discussant!

Chair(s)
  • Jeanne Nel (Wageningen University & Research – specialized in Transformative change for biodiversity)
Discussants
  • Sylvia Karlsson-Vinkhuyzen – Governing value shifts in public policy (TRANSPATH)
  • Kaisa Korhonen-Kurki – Engaging with values and learning across science, policy and society interfaces (BioAgora)
  • Rosalie van Dam – Marginalized groups, identities and perspectives in value-oriented governance (BioTraCes)
  • Verina Ingram – Governing plural values in value chains (TC4BE)
 

Fishbowl dialogue on the opportunities and pitfalls of value-oriented transformative governance for biodiversity

Chair(s): Jeanne Lindsay Nel

Presenter(s): Sylvia Karlsson-Vinkhuyzen, Rosalie van Dam, Verina Ingram, Kaisa Korhonen-Kurki

The South-South Initiative and science-society interactions. An open conversation (Part 2)
Location: GR -1.070
 

The South-South Initiative and science-society interactions. An open conversation (Part 2)

Chair(s): Cristina Yumie Aoki Inoue

Presenter(s): Eduardo Viola, Chuks Okereke, Anissa Triyanti, Dhanasree Jayaram

Bridging Earth System Science and Earth System Governance
Location: GR -1.075
Zoom


Meeting ID: 897 7599 9560
Passcode: 303139
 

Bridging Earth System Science and Earth System Governance

Chair(s): Rakhyun E. Kim, Eric Galbraith

Presenter(s): Frank Biermann, Åsa Persson, Louis Kotzé, Timothy Lenton, Peter Verburg

10:00am
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10:30am
Break and Refreshments
10:00am
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12:00pm
Deep Time Walk: From Theia to the Anthropocene
Location: Registration/Info Desk
Chair: Maria Elisabeth Karssenberg
 

Deep Time Walk: From Theia to the Anthropocene

Chair(s): Maria Elisabeth Karssenberg

Presenter(s): Emma Hissink Muller, Dennis Hamer, Boris van Meurs, Maria Elisabeth Karssenberg

10:30am
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12:00pm
Decarbonisation of industry
Location: GR 1.170
Chair: Klaus Eisenack
 

The Role of (Multi)national Oil and Gas companies in Leaving Fossil Fuels Underground: A systematic literature review

Janina Herzog-Hawelka, Joyeeta Gupta



Who is the fossil fuel industry and how should we engage them? Lessons from unhealthy commodity industries

Michael J Bloomfield



Transformative Industrial Decarbonization Policy: A Comparative Multi-Criteria Analysis in Europe.

Moises Covarrubias, Milan Elkerbout, Cameron Henderson, Irina Kustova, Luke Hatton, Gaia Guadadnini



Drivers for Policy Change: Decarbonising the Energy Intensive Industries

Ebba Matilda Minas



Are national policy frameworks for the decarbonisation of energy-intensive industries fit for purpose? Lessons from 13 countries

Simon Dominik Otto, Sebastian Oberthür, Annika Tönjes, Lauri Peterson, Hilton Trollip, Saritha Vishwanathan

Conservation and synergies between actions
Location: GR 1.125
Chair: Benoit Schmaltz
 

Understanding transformative change in the biodiversity nexus

Aniek Hebinck, Mara de Pater, Amanda Krijgsman



The importance of attitudes, values and beliefs for human-wildlife coexistence

Ine Dorresteijn, Bohuslav Kurik, Nina Opdam, Brian Reilly, Charissa Becker, Miroslav Kutal, Adela Pohorela, Marek Bock, Julia Leventon, Hens Runhaar, Jannik Schultner



An epistemological turn toward laboratories: studying marine biodiversity monitoring as sites of imagination and anticipation

Krystel Wanneau, Alice Vadrot



A transformative shift for reef conservation? Perspectives on interventions to protect the Great Barrier Reef from climate change impact

Lucy Rosamund Holmes McHugh, Andrew M Song, Maria Carmen Lemos, Chris Margules, Michele Barnes, Tiffany Morrison



The ocean as a natural laboratory: singularities, comparative advantages, and the potential for transdisciplinary science and technology

Marcelo Olivares-Arenas, Maritza Sepúlveda, Andrés Hurtado, María de los Ángeles Gallardo, Fadia Tala, Marcel Ramos, Eva Rothäusler, Verónica Molina, Andrés Vallone, Cristian Sepúlveda, Eulogio Soto, Marcela Cornejo, Susannah Buchan, Sergio Rosales, Gonzalo Álvarez, Estefanía Bonnail, Rodrigo Rojas, Renee Petit, Kinga Halmai, Andrea Calixto, Carlos Olavarría, Ramón Latorre, Mario Fajardo

Scholar Activism within ESG: Exchanging lessons from three initiatives
Location: GR -1.070
 

Scholar Activism within ESG: Exchanging lessons from three initiatives

Chair(s): Aarti Gupta, Kyla Tienhaara

Presenter(s): Harro van Asselt, Peter Newell, Frank Biermann, Jennie Stephens, Kyla Tienhaara

Just and green transitions: focus on Europe
Location: GR 1.109
Chair: Kari De Pryck
 

The Green Transition and the rural perspectives of justice in Finnish natural resource governance

Johanna Maria Leino, Tuija Mononen, Sonja Kivinen, Jukka Sihvonen



The influence of national sustainability institutions on policy-making in Germany

Okka Lou Mathis



A Democratic Decarbonization? Transdisciplinary Insights into German Brown Coal Regions

Jeremias Herberg, Jan-Hendrik Kamlage



Legislating for a just transition: A comparative case study of just transition conceptualisations in Scotland, Ireland and Spain

Vilja Johansson



Unpacking Just Transition Narratives in European Coal Regions

Lukas Hermwille, Max Schulze-Steinen, Victoria Brandemann, Michaela Roelfes

Climate Finance
Location: GR 1.112
Chair: Jakob Skovgaard
 

The Wall Street Consensus and The Green Climate Fund

Johan Arango-Quiroga, Laura Kuhl, Jamie Shinn, Feisal Rahman, Istiakh Ahmed



Beyond divest vs. engage: a review of the role of institutional investors in an inclusive fossil fuel phaseout

Clara McDonnell, Joyeeta Gupta



How state development financing institutions can encourage low-carbon transition and innovative solutions for global climate governance: the analysis of state development banks in Brazil

Thais Ribeiro, Ana Flavia Granja e Barros

Populism, backlash and environmental politics
Location: GR 1.116
Chair: Joost de Moor
 

“Pushing the cattle through”: invisibility and securitization in Bolsonaro’s climate rhetoric

Rodrigo Führ, Ricardo Barbosa. Jr.



A double backlash? The effect of right-wing populist and green parties on climate policy production in Europe

Kai Schulze



Mapping the Environmental Impacts of the New Pink Tide in Latin America

Matias Alejandro Franchini, Eduardo Viola



Ideational Politics of Domestic Climate Policy: Delegitimation and its Consequences

James Patterson

Realizing transdisciplinarity in earth system governance research and education
Location: GR 1.120
Chair: Anne Kantel
 

Dismantling the Tower of Babel: recognizing and addressing mutual incomprehensibility in transdisciplinary sustainability research

Jonas House, Natalie Davis, Sigrid Wertheim-Heck



Operationalizing ambiguity in transdisciplinary sustainability research: Addressing the elephant in the room

Anita Marie Lazurko, L. Jamila Haider, Tilman Hertz, Simon West, Dan McCarthy



Transdisciplinary and hopeful higher education amidst a planetary crisis: an account of the first two experiments of the Academy of Hope

Kelly Diana Streekstra, Koen Wessels, Peter Pelzer, Jesse Hoffman, Josie Chambers



Creating favorable conditions for inter- and transdisciplinary integration – an analytical framework and empirical insights

Lisa Deutsch, Christian Pohl, David N. Bresch, Sabine Hoffmann

Governing the acceleration of the transition towards animal-free innovation
Location: GR -1.075
Chair: Ingrid Visseren-Hamakers
Second Session Chair: Merel Ritskes-Hoitinga
 

Governing the acceleration of the transition towards animal-free innovation

Chair(s): Ingrid Visseren-Hamakers

Discussant(s): Merel Ritskes-Hoitinga

 

 

Analyzing and accelerating the system transformation towards safety testing of chemical substances through new approach methodologies

M.J. Hoogstraaten, S.O. Negro, E.H.M. Moors, A.S. Kienhuis, J. Vriend, V. de Leeuw, J. Hoekman

 

Towards more sustainable science by using artificial intelligence to find and evaluate non-animal experimental models

Wynand Alkema, Merel Ritskes-Hoitinga

 

Implementation - the art of the possible

Thomas Hartung

 

Accelerating the transition to animal-free safety assessment: A transformative governance approach

Kristie O'Neill, Justine Watkins, Love Hansell, Merel Ritskes-Hoitinga, Ingrid Visseren-Hamakers

Protecting global peatlands: phasing out the use of peat in growing media and as soil improver - Part II
Location: GR 1.139
Chair: Marjan Smeulders
Second Session Chair: Philipp Gramlich
 

Protecting global peatlands: phasing out the use of peat in growing media and as soil improver.

Chair(s): Marjan Smeulders, Philipp Gramlich

Presenter(s): Christian Fritz, Philipp Gramlich

Building collective capability for sustainable transformative change – Roundtable on practical experiences with a transdisciplinary learning approach to sustainability transitions in neighborhoods and communities
Location: GR 1.129
Chair: Erik Jansen
 

Building collective capability for sustainable transformative change – Roundtable on practical experiences with a transdisciplinary learning approach to sustainability transitions in neighborhoods and communities

Chair(s): Erik Jansen

Presenter(s): Karin Van Landsbergen, Gideon Visser, Koen Dortmans, Maurice Coen, Patrick Hoogenbosch, Wendy Kemper

Knowledge Brokering for Impact in Marine Governance
Location: GR 1.133
Chair: Ellycia Harrould-Kolieb
 

Knowledge Brokering for Impact in Marine Governance

Chair(s): Ellycia Harrould-Kolieb

Presenter(s): Aline Jaeckel, Erik van Doorn, Matt Frost, Cymie Payne, Jen Martin

 
12:00pm
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12:30pm
Break and Light Snack
12:30pm
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2:00pm
Semi-Plenary Session: Integrating Planetary Health within Earth System Governance
Location: EOS 01.630
Dahdaleh Institute for Global Health Research, York University
Semi-Plenary Session: Sustainable development post-2030: Whose development for what sustainability?
Location: GR 0.100
PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency
2:00pm
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3:00pm
Lunch
3:00pm
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4:30pm
Reimagining nature and ecological futures
Location: GR 1.112
Chair: Sujatha Raman
 

Our Pluriversal Futures: Anticipation and Imagination in the Amazon

Fronika de Wit



Problematising Anthropogenesis: Interrogating the Relationship of Law and Power in the History of Ecological Exploitation

Lachlan Hoy, Afshin Akhtar-Khavari



A Right to Night? International Dark Sky certification and the subnational contestation and codification of Earth systems protections

J. Michael Angstadt



Relational approach to the Rights of Nature

Iris Pitkänen



Whose voice is heard? Ethics for safeguarding just and sustainable Arctic marine social-ecological futures

Krisztina Jónás, Melania Borit

Supply-side policies and global cooperation
Location: GR 1.139
Chair: Carel Dieperink
 

Talking the Talk or Walking the Walk? A Typology of Oil and Gas Firms’ Roles in Climate and Environmental Justice

Chen Zhong, Marlene Terstiege



Accounting for supply-side climate policies

Peter Newell



Shifting geographies of decarbonization: Gas for me but not for thee?

Juhi Chatterjee, Sreeja Jaiswal



Engaging key actors to protect vanilla-dependent livelihoods and prevent deforestation: a long-term perspective

Onintsoa Ravaka Andriamihaja



Cooperation Under Uncertainty: The Behavioral Roots of Global Environmental Cooperation

Colin Kuehl

Trust and Hidden Agendas, and how we talk about climate
Location: GR 1.170
Chair: Verina Ingram
 

Talking Transformation? How International Organisations Speak about Sustainability

Matthias Kranke, Thilo Wiertz



Global norms in corporate disclosures: Multinational firms’ discourse on climate change

Chris Höhne, Christian Kahmann, Mathis Lohaus



Private Auditors and the Verification of Private Sustainability Standards

Stefan Renckens, Graeme Auld



Climate Migration as Earth Systems Migration: Global Relocation(s) in the Anthropocene

Andrea C. Simonelli

Cooperation and just transition in the Global South
Location: GR 1.109
Chair: Cintya Berenice Molina Rodríguez
 

Narratives in South Africa's just transition process

Almut Mohr



Navigating trade-offs and synergies between just and low-carbon transitions: the JETP in South Africa

Eszter Szedlacsek



No More Coal Abroad! Unpacking the Drivers of China’s Green Shift in Overseas Energy Finance

Ying Wang, Chuyu Liu, Yixian Sun



Orientalist discourses in the ILO’s Green Projects for India and South Africa and national responses

Sharmini Nair



Transboundary River Basin Governance in Hindu Kush Himalaya: An Institutional Architecture for Water, Food and Energy Sustainability in South Asia under Climate Change

Prakash C. Tiwari

Engaging with ESG publications: Research dissemination and community building
Location: GR -1.070
 

Engaging with ESG publications: Research dissemination and community building

Chair(s): Aarti Gupta

Presenter(s): Michael Mason, Frank Biermann, Rakhyun Kim, Fariborz Zelli, Dhanasree Jayaram, Stacy VanDeveer, Prakash Kashwan, Matthew Hoffmann, Steven Bernstein, Carole-Anne Senit, Joyeeta Gupta, Aarti Gupta

Transdisciplinarity and interdisciplinarity in earth system governance research
Location: GR 1.116
Chair: Franziska Ehnert
 

How can we build bridges between disciplines trough the methodology of network analysis?

Alexandre Désaubry, Fanny Vrydagh



Interpretable spatial data for inclusive landscape decision-making

Fritz Kleinschroth, Kawawa Banda, Henry Zimba, Stefaan Dondeyne, Imasiku Nyambe, Simon Spratley, Scott Winton



Who presents what at Earth System Governance conferences, and does it get published? A systematic mapping of ESG literature

Jens Newig, Michael Rose



Social Metabolism as an interdisciplinary framework for Earth System Law & Governance

Benoit Schmaltz



Strengthening the international architecture for the earth system: Exploring design principles and functions

Sylvia Karlsson-Vinkhuyzen, Arthur L. Dahl

Europe as an actor in climate and sustainability governance
Location: GR 1.160
 

Assessing the Democratic Legitimacy of EU Climate Policy Making

Simon Dominik Otto



International regulation and the standardization of green finance processes: The case of the EU taxonomy in global perspective

Carsten Elsner



Punctuated equilibria at the science and policy interface? Four cases of implementation of the European Water Framework Directive

Nina Zoé Valin, Dave Huitema

The Underrepresented: inclusivity and intersectionality in earth system governance
Location: GR 1.125
Chair: David Schlosberg
 

People with Disabilities in the Transition to Decarbonization: A Case Study of the Intersections of Sustainability and Accessibility in Montreal

Sébastien Jodoin, Juliette Bourdeau de Fontenay, Rose Paquet, Chloe Rourke



How are philanthropic foundations shaping diversity in a low-carbon energy transition?

Christina Hoicka, Jennie Stephens

Envisioning optimistic ecological futures
Location: GR 1.129
Chair: Manjana Milkoreit
 

Envisioning net zero futures: Why ecopolitical imaginaries matter for climate governance

Sophia Hatzisavvidou



A brief history of a subversive future: a just transition counter-narrative about a city that inverts power through participatory governance

Luke Li Stange



Understanding the potential of climate games through the lens of social action theories

carien moossdorff, Joost Vervoort



Beyond Dystopias: towards urban future imaginaries

Mitchell Pavao-Zuckerman



Moving Past the “Commons”: Reconceptualizing the Global Governance of Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction

Philippe Evoy

Pathway Mural: Designing sustainability experiments
Location: GR 1.133
 

Pathway Mural: Designing sustainability experiments

Chair(s): Jose DiBella

Presenter(s): Jose DiBella, Sarah Burch

Innovative partnership approaches in international climate cooperation: building bridges between global imperatives and national needs?
Location: GR -1.075
Chair: Steffen Bauer
Second Session Chair: Marian Feist
 

Innovative partnership approaches in international climate cooperation: building bridges between global imperatives and national needs?

Chair(s): Steffen Bauer, Marian Feist

Presenter(s): Kennedy Liti Mbeva, Daniele Malerba, Romy Chevallier

 
4:30pm
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5:00pm
Break and Refreshments
Meditation for the Earth
Location: Registration/Info Desk
Chair: Cebuan Bliss
5:00pm
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6:30pm
Closing Plenary
Location: GR 0.100
7:30pm
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10:00pm
Extracurricular Activity | Scenario sessions
Come play in this pilot of Scenario Sessions where we will experiment and experience new forms of democratic decision-making, based on artistic inputs from theatre. New inputs for decision-making are needed as our current democracies are not sufficiently capable to deal with major social challenges such as the climate and biodiversity crisis. Scenario sessions is a participatory method in which information is being collected out of the polyphony within a topic. Then this information is translated into a desirable scenario. This method is strongly based on the theatrical principles of pre-enactment. Pre-enactment can be seen as a theatrical rehearsal that enables people to interact with what may happen in the future. In this way we not only relate cognitively to this future scenario, but we can consciously feel and realistically experience what it means to move into that future; what questions does it raise, what possible problems will arise, what interests will clash? By...
Date: Friday, 27/Oct/2023
8:00am
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6:30pm
Taskforce Meeting Day
8:30am
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10:30am
Urban Working Group
Location: GR 1.109

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Asia Pacific Working Group
Location: GR 1.112
Earth System Law Taskforce
Location: GR 1.116
Working Group on Governance of Social-Ecological Systems
Location: GR 1.120
Taskforce on Ocean Governance
Location: GR 1.133
10:00am
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1:00pm
Extracurricular Activity | Excursion Living Lab Ooijpolder
The Ooijpolder is a rural area adjacent to the city of Nijmegen, between the hills and river Waal. This area is an example of three types of biodiversity restoration: rewilding, flower-rich dikes and landscape restoration in the agricultural landscapes. Radboud University collaborates with several partners from this area in a Living Lab to understand the ecological gains of these types of restoration and its socio-economic drivers. This walking tour starts under the Waalbrug (the bridge across the river Waal, in the city centre) and explores these three types of restoration and places these efforts in a broader societal context. More information available here. Registration Register for the event via this form. Tour Details Length: 5 km. We will walk on flat terrain with a high chance of muddy trails. Duration: 2-3 hours Date and time: 27 October 2023 | 10.00am to 1.00pm ...
10:30am
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11:00am
Break and Refreshments
11:00am
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11:30am
Taskforce and Working Group Conveners Meeting
Location: GR 1.129
11:00am
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1:00pm
Urban Working Group
Location: GR 1.109

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Taskforce on Knowledge Cumulation
ONLINE MEETING
Planetary Justice Taskforce
Location: GR 1.133
IN-PERSON MEETING
Sustainable Development Goals Taskforce
Location: GR 1.112

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Decarbonization Working Group
Location: GR 1.116
1:00pm
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2:00pm
Lunch
1:00pm
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4:00pm
Extracurricular Activity | Excursion Voedselbos Groesbeek

The food forest concept proposes an integration of forestry techniques and productive agriculture. The concept challenges the idea of separating agriculture from biodiversity by suggesting the application of knowledge intensive techniques can provide forest habitat and bountiful food production. One of the leading individuals in the movement to spread food forests is Ketelbroek in Groesbeek.
Our hosts Wouter van Eck and Pieter Jansen will lead the tour of the site and explain the movement. Come with questions!
More information available here.

Registration

Register for the event via this form.

2:00pm
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4:00pm
Carbon Removal Working Group
Location: GR 1.109
Chair: Sean Low
Second Session Chair: Miranda Boettcher

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Taskforce on the Governance of Nature and Biodiversity
Location: GR 1.112
Democracy Working Group
Location: GR 1.116
   
4:00pm
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4:30pm
Break and Refreshments
4:30pm
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5:00pm
Taskforce and Working Group Conveners Meeting
Location: GR 1.129
4:30pm
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6:30pm
Earth System Law Taskforce
Location: GR 1.109
Working Group on Earth-Space Governance
Location: GR 1.112
 

 
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