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sep
27
2018
09:00–18:00

Workshop

Climate ethics and future generations


Workshop within the research project "Climate ethics and future generations", 27–29 September.

1st Day – 27th September

9.00 – 9.30       Coffee/Breakfast

9.30-10.00        Introduction

10.00- 10.30     Anders Herlitz (IF) "Parfitian Population Ethics"

10.30- 11.00     Wlodek Rabinowicz (Lund university) "Can Parfit’s Appeal to Incommensurabilities Help to Block the Continuum Argument for Repugnant Conclusion?"

11.00– 11.30    Coffee Break

11.30 -12.00    Robert Huseby (University of Oslo) "Sufficiency and the Threshold Question"

12.00 - 13.00   Lunch

13.00 – 13.30  Coffee Break

13.30 – 14.00  Geoffrey Brennan (Australian National University) "Thoughts on the Population and Climate Change Project"

14.00 – 14.30  Erik Carlson (Uppsala university) "The total view and the repugnant conclusion"

14.30- 15.00     Melinda Roberts (College of New Jersey) "Does Existence Make Things Better?"

15.00- 15.30     Coffee Break

15.30- 16.00     Ralf Bader (Oxford) "Population axiology and so-called person-affecting theories"

16.00-16.30      Elizabeth Finneron-Burns (Queen’s University in Canada) "Scanlon’s Contractualism and Future Generations"

16.30 – 17.30  Roundtable discussion

18.30                  Dinner

2nd Day – 28th September

9.30 - 10.00      Coffee

10.00- 10.30     Göran Duus-Otterström (IF, University of Aahus) "The Polluter Pays Principle"

10.30- 11.00     Ed Page (IF, University of Warwick) "The International Community’s Response to Loss and Damage from Climate Change"

11.00– 11.30    Coffee Break

11.30 -12.00    Katharina Berndt-Rasmussen (IF) "Discrimination, Democracy, and Future Generations"

12.00 - 13.00   Lunch

13.00 – 13.30  Coffee Break

13.30 – 14.00  Julia Mosquera, Martin Kolk, Tim Campbell (IF) "Pronatalist Policies and Future Generations"

14.00 – 14.30  Karin Bäckstrand (Stockholm university) "Climate Transition, Governance and Democracy"

14.30- 15.00     Kimberly Nicholas (Lund unversity) "A Better Climate Life"

15.00- 15.30     Coffee Break

15.30- 16.00     Kirsti Jylhä (IF) "Psychological Obstacles to Climate Change Mitigation"

16.00-16.30      Malcolm Fairbrother (IF, Umeå university) "People’s Attitudes about “The Environment”

16.30 – 17.30  Roundtable discussion

18.30                  Dinner

3rd Day – 29th September

9.30-10.00        Coffee

10.00- 10.30     Clare Heyward (University of Warwick) "The Cultural Dimension of Climate Justice"

10.30- 11.00     Paul Bowman (IF) "Corrective Justice and Climate Change"

11.00– 11.30    Coffee Break

11.30 -12.00    Stephane Zuber (CNRS) "Population-Adjusted Egalitarianism and resource management"

12.00 - 13.00   Lunch

13.00 – 13.30  Coffee Break

13.30 – 14.00  Marc Fleurbaey (Princeton university) "Two Issues in Climate Ethics: Social Valuation of Risk and Optimal Carbon Pricing"

14.00 – 14.30  Gustaf Arrhenius (IF) "Risk, Rights, Democracy, Demography, and Intuitions" 

14.30- 15.00     Krister Bykvist (IF, SU) "Uncertainty, paradoxes, and climate action"

15.00- 15.30     Coffee Break

15.30- 16.00     Johan Gustafsson (University of York) "The Mere-Addition Paradox and Origin Essentialism"

16.00 – 17.00  Roundtable discussion

18.30                  Dinner

Other participants

Sverker Jagers (University of Gothenburg) 
Orri Stefansson (University of Copenhagen/IF)
Bob Goodin (Australian National University)
Therese Lindahl (The Beijer Institute of Ecological Economics)
Vuko Andric (IF)
Andrew Williams (Pompeu Fabra University)
Catriona McKinnon (University of Reading)
Eva Erman (Stockholm University)
Daniel Ramöller (Stockholm University)
Simon Matti (Luleå University of Technology) 
Mats Ingelström (Stockholm University)
Ludvig Beckman (Stockholm University)
Marina Povitkina (University of Gothenburg)
Jimmy Goodrich (Stockholm University/Rutgers)
Signe Savén (Lunds University)

Audience members admitted by invitation only.