PhD Seminar: “Sustainability and Climate Change”
Tervetuloa ensimmäiseen vuoden 2022 Markkinoinnin ja viestinnän akateemisen yksikön järjestämään avoimeen jatko-opintoseminaariin, jonka teemana on "Sustainability and Climate Change". Seminaarin alustuksen pitää apulaisprofessori Martin Hultman
Seminaari järjestetään Zoom-yhteyden kautta. Ilmoittaudu: https://link.webropolsurveys.com/EP/57A0DE4CCD9F5045
Ohjelma / Programme
10.00-10.05 Welcome and introduction of The School of Marketing and Communication research groups (dean Pirjo Laaksonen)
10.05-10.45 Presentation by Martin Hultman, Associate Professor in science-, technology- and environmental studies, Chalmers University of Technology: “In the midst of climate crisis. Different communicative and material forms of climate change denial which obstruct humanity from leaving fossil fuels in the ground.”
10.45-11.00 Questions and discussion
11.10-11.40 Short presentations of school's PhD projects (5 to 10 min/presentation)
11.40-12.00 Discussion and questions: what do we have in common? what topics are prevailing and what are the future directions?
Martin Hultman: In the midst of climate crisis. Different communicative and material forms of climate change denial which obstruct humanity from leaving fossil fuels in the ground.
Why don’t we act enough when the existential danger of climate emergency has been communicated by scientists et.al. for over thirty years? How can we as academics make sense of our ‘in the middle of it all’ situation? Are there possible lines of flights coming out of research results that we may use from here? Such are some of the questions Hultman deals with in his academic, citizen and everyday life and which are to be discussed in dialogue with the participants at this seminar.
Bio Martin Hultman
Associate Professor Hultman is widely published in energy and climate issues especially notable are the articles ‘The Making of an Environmental Hero: A History of Ecomodern Masculinity, Fuel Cells and Arnold Schwarzenegger’ and ‘A green fatwā? Climate change as a threat to the masculinity of industrial modernity’ then the books Discourses of Global Climate Change, Ecological Masculinities and Men, Masculinities and Eartth: Contending with the (m)Anthropocene. As part of his academic work he publish chronicles in a wide range of newspapers, give public lectures on contemporary politics and advice NGO:s as well as governmental agencies. Hultman leads three research groups analyzing ‘gender and energy’, ‘ecopreneurship in circular economies’ and ‘climate change denial’ at Chalmers University of Technology. He is currently writing on a book with the preliminary title Co-Creating Earth Peace. The Paths of Ecopedagogy, Ecological Masculinities and Rights of Nature.