Talk: Sustainability – The way forward for the Global Goals
Seventeen goals, twelve years to go. How can academia make a difference?
The way forward spells interdisciplinarity, collaboration and involvement – according to Emily Boyd, Director at the Lund University Centre for Sustainability Studies (LUCSUS) and the host of the first Talk: Sustainability.
About today’s host: LUCSUS is an interdisciplinarity research centre for sustainability studies. LUCSUS addresses complex sustainability challenges, through research, education and collaboration with society, with focus on climate change and resilience, water and land use governance, sustainable management and urban governance and transformation. Professor Emily Boyd has a strong drive for leadership for sustainability. Her main research focus is on resilience, climate change and global development.
TIME: 9 March 2018, 9.00–10.00
Breakfast fika will be served from 8.30
PLACE: LUCSUS, Wrangel, Biskopsgatan 5, Lund.
Four times a year Lund University Sustainability Forum in collaboration with different hosts around the university will invite researchers and students to Talk: Sustainability – a seminar series addressing future challenges. Just show up for a talk & fika and get inspired. For questions, please contact nina [dot] nordh [at] cec [dot] lu [dot] se (Nina Nordh) at the Sustainability Forum.
SAVE THE DATE! 22 May 8.30–10: Challenges in a biobased economy. Hosted by CEC, Centre for Environmental and Climate Research. Place: Ekologihuset, Blå hallen, Sölvegatan 37, Lund.