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Medborgarrådet – The Swedish Citizen's Assembly on Climate

Watch the expert keynotes and interviews from Sweden's first-ever Citizen's Assembly on Climate

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Medborgarrådet – The Swedish Citizen's Assembly on Climate

Watch the expert keynotes and interviews from Sweden's first-ever Citizen's Assembly on Climate

We Don't Have Time and FAIRTRANS are proud to present the expert keynotes and interviews from Sweden's first Citizens' Assembly on Climate launched in March 2024.

Over a total of nine meetings, 60 participants will educate themselves on climate, debate  policy, and develop proposals on how Sweden could fulfill its commitments under the Paris Agreement.

Participants are randomly selected through scientific methods to ensure the council reflects Sweden's population. They are entirely free in their discussions and decisions but receive evidence from experts in climate science and policy. By the end of May 2024, they will vote on the proposals and present their conclusions.

The Citizens' Assembly is part of the FAIRTRANS research program. The project is a collaboration between Stockholm University, the University of Gävle, Uppsala University, Lund University, and IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute.

More info about the project.

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Program

20:00 CET – Introduction

  • Sverker Sörlin, Author, Professor, KTH Royal Institute of Technology‍

20:10 CET – Experts Keynotes

Speakers:

  • Markku Rummukainen, Professor of Climatology, Centre for Environmental and Climate Science, Lund University
  • Naghmeh Nasiritusi, Climate Policy Researcher, Associate Professor, Linköping University
  • Mikael Karlsson, Associate Professor Climate Change Leadership, Uppsala University
  • Åsa Persson, Chair, Research Director & Deputy Director, Climate Policy Council, Stockholm Environment Institute
  • Lisen Schultz, Deputy Director, Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University
  • Anders Wijkman, Opinion leader, author & Honorary president, Club of Rome
  • Åsa Larsson Blind, Vice President, Sami Council
  • Sverker Carlsson Jagers, Professor of Political Science, University of Gothenburg‍

22:20 CET – Interviews

  • Tim Daw, Project Manager, Sweden's Citizen Assembly on Climate
  • Stephan Barthel, Principal researcher, Stockholm Resilience Centre
  • Markku Rummukainen, Professor of Climatology, Centre for Environmental and Climate Science, Lund University
  • Naghmeh Nasiritusi, Climate Policy Researcher, Associate Professor, Linköping University
  • Mikael Karlsson, Associate Professor Climate Change Leadership, Uppsala University
  • Åsa Persson, Chair, Research Director & Deputy Director, Climate Policy Council, Stockholm Environment Institute
  • Lisen Schultz, Deputy Director, Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University
  • Anders Wijkman, Opinion leader, author & Honorary president, Club of Rome
  • Sverker Carlsson Jagers, Professor of Political Science, University of Gothenburg
  • Antoine Bonel, Country Coordinator, Climate Fresk‍‍‍
Medborgarrådet – The Swedish Citizen's Assembly on Climate

Host

David Olsson

 (
SE
)

COO & Co-Founder, We Don't Have Time

David Olsson is the co-founder and COO of We Don't Have Time.

Speakers

Åsa Persson

 (
)
Research Director & Deputy Director, Stockholm Environment Institute

Åsa Persson is the Research Director & Deputy Director, Stockholm Environment Institute.

Anders Wijkman

 (
SE
)
Opinion leader, author & Honorary president Club of Rome

Anders Wijkman is a Swedish opinion leader and author. He is honorary chairman of the global think tank Club of Rome and chairman of the Governing Board of Climate-KIC – a major public-private partnership at EU level for the promotion of innovation of a low-carbon society. He has served as a Member of the European Parliament, Assistant Secretary-General of the United Nations and Policy Director of UNDP.Since 2015 Anders is a member of the International Resource Panel (IRP) – a UN appointed expert body” to build and share the knowledge needed to improve the use of our resources worldwide”.

Sverker Sörlin

 (
SE
)
Author, Professor, KTH Royal Institute of Technology

Sverker Sörlin is a Swedish historian of ideas, professor of environmental history, and writer.

Markku Rummukainen

 (
FI
)
Professor of Climatology, Centre for Environmental and Climate Science, Lund University

Markku Rummukainen is a Professor of Climatology at Lund University, Sweden, and Climate Advisor at the Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute. He is also a member of the Swedish Climate Policy Council. His research has focused on polar ozone, climate models and scenarios, and climate-biosphere interactions. He has been an IPCC Lead Author in its Fifth Assessment Report and at present, the Swedish Focal Point for IPCC. He has earlier also served as the Secretary General of the Swedish Research Council Formas

Naghmeh Nasiritousi

 (
)
Climate Policy Researcher, Associate Professor, Linköping University

Naghmeh Nasiritousi is associate professor in Political Science and received her PhD from Linköping University in 2016. Her dissertation examines the roles of non-state actors in global climate change governance. She has previously studied at the University of St. Andrews and University of London, SOAS. Except for her research at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs, she is also senior lecturer at Linköping University. Naghmeh Nasiritousi has an interest in understanding how actors and structures affect climate and energy politics and has in her research followed the international climate change negotiations.

Lisen Schultz

 (
SE
)
Deputy Director, Stockholm Resilience Centre

A systems ecologist by training, but now spending most of my time training Swedish union leaders and CEOs of influential companies in sustainability and resilience thinking. Also a board member of ClimateView, and a member of the Swedish commission for UNESCO. As a scientist, I study processes of learning and collaboration in climate action and in natural resource management, ranging from small lakes to international fisheries.

Mikael Karlsson

 (
SE
)
Associate Professor Climate Change Leadership, Uppsala University

Mikael Karlsson is Associate Professor in Environmental Science and Senior Lecturer in Climate Change Leadership at Uppsala University. His research focuses on environmental governance and policy, including climate change mitigation, biodiversity conservation, chemicals management and marine protection. Science-policy interactions in terms of e.g. science denial and decision-making processes and critera are of particular interest. Karlsson is Agronomist and holds a PhD in Environmental and Energy Systems. He has lectured environmental science for more than 25 years, focusing on sustainable development, environmental policy, risk governance and natural resources management, including Swedish and EU policy and law. He has previously given courses on sustainable rural development and natural resources conflict resolution in e.g. East Africa. He has been researcher and lecturer at Karlstad University, Södertörn University and KTH Royal Institute of Technology.

Åsa Larsson Blind

 (
)
Vice President, Saami Council

Åsa Larsson Blind is a Swedish-Sámi politician who as of March 2021 serves as vice president of the Saami Council.

Sverker Carlsson Jagers

 (
)
Sverker Carlsson Jagers, Professor in Political Science at University of Gothenburg

Sverker C. Jagers is a researcher and lecturer at the Department of Political Science, Göteborg University. His research interests include green political theory, international relations, environmental public opinion, and environmental management. He is also the Director of CeCAR (Centre for Collective Action Research).

Stephan Barthel

 (
SE
)
Professor in Sustainability Science, University of Gävle

PhD in Natural Resource Management. Program director FAIRTRANS (Fair Transformation to a Fossil Free Future). According to Web of Science top 1% Highly cited Scholars in the world 2019, 2020.

Tim Daw

 (
)
Researcher, Stockholm Resilience Centre

Tim Daw is Associate Professor in Sustainability Science and a Principal Researcher at Stockholm Resilience Centre.

Antoine Bonel

 (
FR
)
Renewable energy engineer, Country Coordinator at Climate Fresk

Passionate about addressing complex issues with enthusiasm, collective intelligence, and systems thinking. Over the years, I have specialized in applied research for marine renewable energy technologies. In parallel, as a Country Coordinator for Sweden within the global NGO Climate Fresk, I support and train the expanding community of workshop facilitators and organize educational events. I recently founded GlassWings AB to professionally deploy these tools and assist organizations in achieving their sustainability goals.

Host

David Olsson

 (
SE
)
COO & Co-Founder, We Don't Have Time

David Olsson is the co-founder and COO of We Don't Have Time.

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Speakers

Åsa Persson

 (
)
Research Director & Deputy Director, Stockholm Environment Institute

Åsa Persson is the Research Director & Deputy Director, Stockholm Environment Institute.

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Anders Wijkman

 (
SE
)
Opinion leader, author & Honorary president Club of Rome

Anders Wijkman is a Swedish opinion leader and author. He is honorary chairman of the global think tank Club of Rome and chairman of the Governing Board of Climate-KIC – a major public-private partnership at EU level for the promotion of innovation of a low-carbon society. He has served as a Member of the European Parliament, Assistant Secretary-General of the United Nations and Policy Director of UNDP.Since 2015 Anders is a member of the International Resource Panel (IRP) – a UN appointed expert body” to build and share the knowledge needed to improve the use of our resources worldwide”.

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Sverker Sörlin

 (
SE
)
Author, Professor, KTH Royal Institute of Technology

Sverker Sörlin is a Swedish historian of ideas, professor of environmental history, and writer.

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Markku Rummukainen

 (
FI
)
Professor of Climatology, Centre for Environmental and Climate Science, Lund University

Markku Rummukainen is a Professor of Climatology at Lund University, Sweden, and Climate Advisor at the Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute. He is also a member of the Swedish Climate Policy Council. His research has focused on polar ozone, climate models and scenarios, and climate-biosphere interactions. He has been an IPCC Lead Author in its Fifth Assessment Report and at present, the Swedish Focal Point for IPCC. He has earlier also served as the Secretary General of the Swedish Research Council Formas

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Naghmeh Nasiritousi

 (
)
Climate Policy Researcher, Associate Professor, Linköping University

Naghmeh Nasiritousi is associate professor in Political Science and received her PhD from Linköping University in 2016. Her dissertation examines the roles of non-state actors in global climate change governance. She has previously studied at the University of St. Andrews and University of London, SOAS. Except for her research at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs, she is also senior lecturer at Linköping University. Naghmeh Nasiritousi has an interest in understanding how actors and structures affect climate and energy politics and has in her research followed the international climate change negotiations.

Read less
Read more

Lisen Schultz

 (
SE
)
Deputy Director, Stockholm Resilience Centre

A systems ecologist by training, but now spending most of my time training Swedish union leaders and CEOs of influential companies in sustainability and resilience thinking. Also a board member of ClimateView, and a member of the Swedish commission for UNESCO. As a scientist, I study processes of learning and collaboration in climate action and in natural resource management, ranging from small lakes to international fisheries.

Read less
Read more

Mikael Karlsson

 (
SE
)
Associate Professor Climate Change Leadership, Uppsala University

Mikael Karlsson is Associate Professor in Environmental Science and Senior Lecturer in Climate Change Leadership at Uppsala University. His research focuses on environmental governance and policy, including climate change mitigation, biodiversity conservation, chemicals management and marine protection. Science-policy interactions in terms of e.g. science denial and decision-making processes and critera are of particular interest. Karlsson is Agronomist and holds a PhD in Environmental and Energy Systems. He has lectured environmental science for more than 25 years, focusing on sustainable development, environmental policy, risk governance and natural resources management, including Swedish and EU policy and law. He has previously given courses on sustainable rural development and natural resources conflict resolution in e.g. East Africa. He has been researcher and lecturer at Karlstad University, Södertörn University and KTH Royal Institute of Technology.

Read less
Read more

Åsa Larsson Blind

 (
)
Vice President, Saami Council

Åsa Larsson Blind is a Swedish-Sámi politician who as of March 2021 serves as vice president of the Saami Council.

Read less
Read more

Sverker Carlsson Jagers

 (
)
Sverker Carlsson Jagers, Professor in Political Science at University of Gothenburg

Sverker C. Jagers is a researcher and lecturer at the Department of Political Science, Göteborg University. His research interests include green political theory, international relations, environmental public opinion, and environmental management. He is also the Director of CeCAR (Centre for Collective Action Research).

Read less
Read more

Stephan Barthel

 (
SE
)
Professor in Sustainability Science, University of Gävle

PhD in Natural Resource Management. Program director FAIRTRANS (Fair Transformation to a Fossil Free Future). According to Web of Science top 1% Highly cited Scholars in the world 2019, 2020.

Read less
Read more

Tim Daw

 (
)
Researcher, Stockholm Resilience Centre

Tim Daw is Associate Professor in Sustainability Science and a Principal Researcher at Stockholm Resilience Centre.

Read less
Read more

Antoine Bonel

 (
FR
)
Renewable energy engineer, Country Coordinator at Climate Fresk

Passionate about addressing complex issues with enthusiasm, collective intelligence, and systems thinking. Over the years, I have specialized in applied research for marine renewable energy technologies. In parallel, as a Country Coordinator for Sweden within the global NGO Climate Fresk, I support and train the expanding community of workshop facilitators and organize educational events. I recently founded GlassWings AB to professionally deploy these tools and assist organizations in achieving their sustainability goals.

Read less
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