Latest Past Events

Combatting Climate Science Denial: a workshop

Ångström Laboratory Ångström Laboratory

How do you respond to someone who denies climate change? What are the different ways misinformation, disinformation and denial impact attitudes and beliefs about climate change science? How can we, as scientists or science advocates, respond to these different misperceptions?   Whether you are scientist or student, you might have encountered this in your personal or professional life. If so, this workshop is for you! Come along to an interactive workshop at Uppsala University Climate Day at Ångström Laboratory, Room 5. Sign up here: For more information about Uppsala University Climate Day and full programme:      

CEFO: Maarten Deleye – Higher education and sustainability

Maarten Deleye – Higher education and sustainability. A topic modeling discourse analysis of academic discourses. Baltic University Library – Geocentrum Zoom:   The interdisciplinary seminar takes place Tuesdays 10:15-12:00 twice per month during term time via zoom or/and in the Baltic Library, at the Department of Earth Sciences,  Villavägen 16. The first and last seminar each term includes planning discussions where PhD-students and researchers suggest future activities. The seminar is hosted by affiliated CEFO Members and supported by CEMUS, NRHU and the Climate Change Leadership Node at Uppsala University.

Climate Change- a Critical Test for Democracy

On 15 November, 15.00 EST. Community of Democracies will discuss the issue of Climate Change as a Critical Test for Democracy. Daniel Lindvall, CCL Researcher will participate in the panel discussion. The event will aim to discuss how democracies can address climate change and its consequences.  At the same time the event will provide a space to follow-up on the discussions and key recommendations from the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow. Register to the event here