DAY 2 – V INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CLIMATE JUSTICE | Beyond the emergency
DAY 2 – V INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CLIMATE JUSTICE | Pathways for Climate Justice
organised by the ‘Climate Change, Territories, Diversity’ research group of the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence on Climate Justice (University of Padua).
“Beyond the emergency” is entirely dedicated to the topics of the implementation of different practices in support of change and virtual pathways in the fields of political ecologies and agroecologies. During the two days you can discover in depth the best practices developed in Europe and Latin Amefrica.
Conference session inside: “Geography and Political Ecology”, Società degli Studi Geografici (https://eventi.societastudigeografici.it/project/geografia-e-ecologia-politica/)
– Session: Climate Justice and socio-environmental conflicts. Pathways of political ecologies and agroecologies between Europe and Amefrica Latina
THE CONFERENCE IS ALSO TRANSLATED INTO OTHER LANGUAGES:
The conference is in English and simultaneously translated into Spanish and Italian.
– ITA: https://youtube.com/live/S-ZNy8W83bk?feature=share
– ESP (Facebook live streaming): https://fb.me/e/5MZH02cKP
// PROGRAM (from 16.00 to 18.00 – CET):
– The Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty (FFNPT): plural bottom-up paths of Phasing Out | Edoardo Crescini, Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence on Climate Justice;
– Unburnable carbon for climate justice: a proposal of criteria for a fair and just transition away from fossil fuels | Daniele Vezzelli, Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence on Climate Justice;
– The role of ecofeminism in the approach to a new eco-social horizon | Giulia Costanzo Talarico, Grupo de Investigación EcoEcoFem, Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Sevilla;
– Peasants’ ontology and government narratives. A political ecology of frontier dynamics in the northern Colombian Amazon | Maetzke Francesca Letizia, Università degli Studi di Padova, KU Leuven;
– Climate Change and Socio-environmental Conflicts in Colombian Amazon Rainforest: a GIScience Approach to map and assess forest fires | Celis Nathalia, Università degli Studi di Padova, Universidad Andina Simón Bolívar (Ecuador);
– Decolonialising Fridays for Future | Matteo Spini, Università di Milano Bicocca;
– The global legally binding agreement to fight plastic pollution: observing power and actors in Ecuador | Toro Torres Pablo Nicolas, Università degli Studi di Padova, Universidad Andina Simón Bolívar (Ecuador);
– Climate change and food systems comparing agro-industrial and agro-ecological pespectives in Sicily: a participatory research-intervention approach | Luigi Conte, Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia;
– Rights, land, soil and agroecosystems in the north-central Ecuadorian highlands. Multiscale analysis of the agroecological status of farms | Sáenz Lituma Gabriel, Università degli Studi di Padova, Universidad Andina Simón Bolívar (Ecuador);
– Exploring participatory approaches for soil health knowledge co-production in agroecological networks | Elvira Inés, Università degli Studi di Padova, Universidad Andina Simón Bolívar (Ecuador);
– Participatory resilient adaptation to Climate change in mountain regions. The ski industry vulnerablity and the future sustainable development alternatives in the Valmalenco case study | Margherita Dematteis, Università degli Studi di Padova, Universidad Andina Simón Bolívar (Ecuador);
– Urban food forests: perspectives and scenarios for good agro-ecological practices in Padua | Denis Grego, Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence on Climate Justice.
IMPORTANT: HOW TO APPLY FOR CERTIFICATES
The 5th Climate Justice Conference is part of the GIS 2023 SUMMER event cycle and the certificate will include that event.
For each event we will transmit a form that can be filled out live (and until the event closes – 6 pm) where you can mark your attendance online.
At the end of the cycle, you will receive an additional email self-certifying your total attendance at SUMMER GIS 2023. After filling out this 2nd form and within 60 days of its closing, the certificate will be sent on the event registration email.
LIVE ATTENDANCE COLLECTION FORM: https://forms.gle/2G5WYFDt7kAGnuNd8 (FORM CLOSING TIME 6 P.M. – CONFERENCE END TIME)
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