Welcome to a One-Day Workshop at the Institute for Futures Studies in Stockholm
When: 25:th of September at 9.00–18.00
Where: Institute for Futures Studies, Holländargatan 13, Stockholm
This workshop aims to lay the ground for a future research project on an ethically informed treatment of population on the development agenda. The preliminary aim of the future project is to develop a normative framework for assessing population policies as a means to meet the sustainable development goals. The workshop is organised by Eric Brandstedt, Olle Torpman and Henrik Andersson at the Institute for Futures Studies, Stockholm.
09:30–09:40 Welcome and introduction by project group
09:40–10:40 Kalle Grill (Umeå): ‘Procreation and Consumption: Six Moral Differences’
11:00–12:00 Simon Caney (Warwick): ‘Ecological Liberalism and Sustainable Development’
13:30–14:30 Hilary Greaves (Oxford): ‘Some Contrarian Perspectives on the Population Debate’
14:30–15:30 Kimberly Nicholas (Lund): ‘Population, Environment, and Human Development in Science and Popular Media’
16:00–17:00 Dean Spears (Rice): ‘Population Momentum, Population Ethics, and the Prospects for Fertility Policy as Climate Mitigation Policy’
17:00–18:00 General discussion and planning session
Attendance is free of charge and everyone is welcome, but please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know you're coming.