Alfred Posch (University of Graz), Ilona Otto (University of Graz), Stina E.Oseland (Bergen Municipality).
Thursday’s session is dedicated to different scenarios of responding to climate risk, looking at government, policies and grassroot initiatives. The session starts off with a look at how disruptive top-down policies can be a tool to achieve rapid decarbonization. We will proceed with investigating what role grassroot initiatives can play in climate change mitigation and adaption, before lastly contemplating how to control climate risk from a government perspective.
Overview of Thursday’s lectures:
Disruptive, top-down policy mixes for rapid decarbonization
is a researcher at University of Graz.
Bottom-up grassroots initiatives for climate change mitigation and adaption
is a Professor in Societal Impact of Climate Change at the Wegener Center for Climate and Global Change at the University of Graz.
Governing climate risk
is a scholarship holder at the University of Bergen and is working as the Climate director at Bergen Municipality. She is researching climate change and society’s reactions to these.