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Sea and Society Day 2021

Forskning
Hållbarhet & miljö
Naturvetenskap & IT

How can we best produce and disseminate the science we need for the ocean we want? This event aims to provide insights and inspiration on how we can be more successful when writing SDG-focused applications, providing policy relevant research and doing over all outreach.

Konferens
Datum
15 dec 2021
Tid
13:00 - 16:30
Plats
Torgny Segerstedtsalen, Vasaparken 1
Antal platser
100
Kostnad
No fee
Sista anmälningsdag
10 december 2021

Medverkande
Peter Löfgren, editor-in-chief, Deep Sea Reporter
Floor Ten Hoopen, Analyst, Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management
Madelene Ostwald, Researcher, Gothenburg Centre for Sustainable Development (GMV)
Lena Gipperth, Director, Centre for Sea and Society, University of Gothenburg
Arrangör
Centre for Sea and Society

Welcome to Sea and Society Day 2021!

The  conference is open for everyone with an interest in the topic, including researchers, students and others who are engaged in the future of our oceans.

This year's conference is being held on site at Torgny Segerstedtsalen, Vasaparken 1, Gothenburg. 

Agenda

13:00–13:15 Welcome and Introduction

Lena Gipperth, Director, Centre for Sea and Society, University of Gothenburg. 

13:15–13:25 Table presentation-round
 

13:25–13:45 SDG-focused applications – How can we do better? 

Madelene Ostwald, Researcher at Gothenburg Centre for Sustainable Development (GMV) presents her in-depth analysis of why research groups from University of Gothenburg and Chalmers were not more successful in the Formas call: "Realising the SDGs”.  

13:45–14:05 Open discussion

Questions and reflections to and from the auditorium.

14:05–14:15 Short reflections from Sea and Society researchers 

 

14:15–14:40 Coffee break

 

14:40–15:00 Policy relevant research - How can we help?

Floor Ten Hoopen, Analyst at Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management, presents the take-home messages from the recent report “Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management research and development needs 2021”. 

15:00–15:20 Open discussion

Questions/reflections to and from the auditorium 

15:2015:40 Ocean Science Communication – How can we reach out? 

Peter Löfgren, Editor-in-chief, presents the new digital magazine Deep Sea Reporter

15:40–16:00 Open discussion 

Questions/reflections to and from the auditorium

16:00–16:30 Short reflections from Sea and Society researchers and general reflections
 

16:30 ”Glöggmingel”