Expert lectures: Societal Aspects of Climate Change
On 13, 18 and 25 May LIAS organises three expert lectures in the framework of the project 'Societal aspects of climate change'. In the Hollands College Robert Jeszke (Poland), Florian Kaiser (Germany) and Lindsay Bremner (UK) will speak successively about the role energy conversion, behavioural change and big cities play in the climate issue.
Expert lectures: Societal Aspects of Climate Change

These lectures are followed by a panel discussion and are open to the public after registration.

Programme & Registration

Friday 13 May, 16h (register)

'Coal Phase out is Key to the World Climate Strategy' with Prof. Robert Jeszke (The National Centre for Emissions Management KOBiZE, Poland), respondents Eswaran Somanathan & Jos Delbeke

Wednesday 18 May, 19h 7 (register)

'Can we Influence Behavioural Change' with Prof. Florian Kaiser (Universität Magdeburg, Germany), respondents Ángela Inés Cadena, Fekadu Beyene Aleka & Siegfried Dewitte

Wednesday 25 May, 19h  (register)

'Climate Change and Urbanisation' with Prof. Lindsay Bremner (Westminster University, UK), respondents Luciana Travassos & Hilde Heynen.

Luc Sels EN

The intention is to gather scientific insights about major societal challenges in LIAS on the basis of international and interdisciplinary consultation.

Luc Sels

Rector KU Leuven and Co-Chair LIAS Foundation
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