October 1, 2014

Coordinator-Led Course Report Re/Conference Spring 2014

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Programme


09.15–09.30 Welcome & introduction - Daniel Mossberg

09.30-10.00 Sustainable Design - Laikn Anderson & Heleen de Goey

10.00-10.30 Värderingar, världsbilder och visioner - Malin Andersson & Sanna Gunnarsson

10.30-10.45 Fika break

10.45-11.15 Project Management and Communication - Per Andersson & Ben Owen

11.15-11.45 Teknik, makt och mänsklighetens framtid - Sofia Ekbom & Petra Matsson


11.45–12.45 Lunch & Poster Session

12.45–13.15 Urban Agriculture - Chris Wegweiser & Olivia Ahltorp

13.15-13.45 Livsfilosofi - Magnus Josephson & Hannes Kjörnsberg

13.45-14.00 Fika break

14.00-14.30 Climate Change Leadership - Sanna Barrineau & Rickard Lindh

14.30–15.00 Actors and Strategies - Sanna Barrineau & Sebastian Welling https://www.mentimeter.com/

16.15 Social post-conference work lounge lounging




"Rather than employ language which reveals a commitment to implausible achievements, what is needed is to face the condition we live under, which is that humans do not and cannot control the world in any modernist sense. Rather than solving problems, we have to find ways of living with and taking responsibility for the socio-technical monsters we create.

To adopt Bruno Latour’s compositionist manifesto this means moving into the future looking forward rather than looking backwards. This calls for a much deeper exercise in re-framing; not just re-framing the ‘problems to be solved’ or re-making the knowledge needed for solutions. It means re-framing the very purpose of intervention: not to solve, but to create novelty, to experiment."

Mike Hulme, "Are there ‘solutions’ to global environmental change?"
http://www.3s.uea.ac.uk/blog/are-there-‘solutions’-global-environmental-change


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