Previous lectures - Overview
George Marshall: How do we communicate climate change?
Kate Raworth: Doughnut Economics - reinventing the shape of progress
Connie Hedegaard & Dan Esty: How can global action on climate change be accelerated? Reflections from an American and European perspective.
Timothy Carter: Green Roofs, Urban Waterways, and Higher Education
Sabrina Fernandes: Between guns and soy: Jair Bolsonaro's authoritarianism in Brazil
Olivier De Schutter: The Enabling State: Building the Ecological Transition on Social Innovations
Tony Simons: Wild Fires and Wild Policies: Sustaining the World’s forests and their life supporting functions.
Heidi Roop: Confronting Climate Change: Is it time to embrace a new role for climate science (and scientists)?
Vidar Helgesen: Ocean health, ocean wealth: Building a sustainable ocean economy
Brent Loken, Daniel Vennard et. al. with Concito: Sustainable diets - Why and how?
Fredi Otto, Emily Boyd and Kristian Cedervall Lauta: Who is to blame for extreme weather events?
Callum Thomas: The Future of Air Transport in Low Carbon Economy - Where will your grandchildren be going on holiday?
Sarah Harper: Sustainable Population Growth: understanding fertility intentions in sub-Saharan countries
Johan Rockström: Keynote lecture in celebration of Concito's 10 year anniversary
Bevyline Sithole: The Aboriginal Reality - Bridging the gap between black fella and white fella dreaming about sustainability
Andrew Revkin: The Good, the Bad and the Anthropocene
Kate Raworth: Doughnut Economics
Tim Jackson: Prosperity without growth
Angelina Galiteva: Pathways to 100% Renewable Energy -- the electrification of all Sectors
Dave Goulson: Saving Bumblebees
Minik Rosing: What Greenland can do for the tropical countries
Robert Falkner: American exceptionalism, great power responsibility and global sustainability
Bruce Campbell: What is needed to transform agriculture and food systems in the face of climate change?
Kate Raworth: How to Think Like a 21st Century Economist
Sustainability Seminar: Climate management and communication in a world of “Trumps and Brexits”
Mogens Lykketoft: The Sustainable Development Goals – a necessary revolution
Richard Damania: Connecting the Drops: Water Scarcity and the Economy
Bob Massie: Divestment from fossil fuels and the implications for the Paris Agreement
Saleemul Huq: How the most vulnerable countries are leading the world to tackle climate change
Jeffrey D. Sachs: Implementing the Paris Climate Agreement
Amy Lauren Lovecraft: Anticipatory Governance in Social-Ecological Systems: Researching Community Health and Sustainability in Arctic Alaska
Naomi Oreskes: The persistence of climate change denial
Sir Andy Haines: Safeguarding human health in the Anthropocene epoch
Julian Agyeman & Duncan McLaren: Sharing Cities - A Case for Truly Smart and Sustainable Cities
Johan Rockström: Arctic Resilience and Humanity's Future on Earth
Niki Frantzeskaki: Systems Thinking and Sustainability
ODYSUS workshop: Data and Sustainable Development Goals
Dr. Kandeh Yumkella: Sustainable Energy for All – an initiative to transform the global energy system
Stefan Rahmstorf: Changes in the Gulf Stream System, planetary waves and extreme weather
Magdy Martínez-Solimán: Sustainable Development Goals - Rethinking Sustainable Development in the Post-2015 Era
Sir David King & Laura Storm: How cities can respond to 21st century climate change challenges
Sean Meyn: Why Do We Ignore Risk in Power Economics?
Edward Millard & Henrik Egelyng: From cocoa to consumer – building beyond sustainable certifications
Inge Kaul: The sovereignty paradox and how to solve it
Matt Hoffman & Maria Figueroa: Is a Breakthrough in Climate Change Governance on the Horizon?
James White: Sustainability, abrupt climate change and you
Martin Lidegaard: What you can do to change the climate
Ruben Echeverría: Sustainable partnerships for global food security
Tim Jackson: Prosperity and sustainability “after the crisis”
Max Boykoff: Making Sense of the role of media in shaping awareness and engagement with climate change
Ben Cashore: Can market forces rescue global forest governance?
David Gee: Late lessons from early warnings
Tony Simons: Sustainable Agricultural Landscapes: Approaches, Tools and Metrics
Lidia Brito: Science for Global Sustainability: Challenges and opportunities
Mohamed Nasheed: How can we build a carbon neutral world economy?
Jon Day: Ecosystem based management – is the Great Barrier Reef really the ‘gold standard?'
Dr. Paval Kabat: Systems Science for Policy Support
Tim Lenton: Early warning of climate tipping points
Mike Hulme: What sort of knowledge for what sort of politics?
Christian Friis Bach: Rio+20 – Green economy and global visions
Michael Grubb: Planetary Economics
Rajendra K. Pachauri: Is Today's Economic Growth Sustainable?
Hans Joachim Schellnhuber: A social contract for sustainability. But what if we fail?
Gerhard Dieterle: Global Demands – Local Needs
Wangari Maathai: The Environment, Democracy & Peace: A critical link
Stephen Toope: Everything is Included
Connie Hedegaard: EU's Role in the Climate Change Negotiations
Inger Andersen: Greening Development: Moving Towards Rio+20 and Beyond
Finn Tarp og Per Pinstrup-Andersen: Sustainable Development in a Period of Climate Change