Perceptions and constructions of resources, resource crises and resource futures
Looking at the Arctic and other spaces
Oplysninger om arrangementet
9.00-10.30 Practices and tools in the making of meaning
- Rasmus Leander Nielsen: The Uranium-ordeal in Greenland: background and update on current developments
- Janina Priebe: Exploring dimensions of uncertainty and the social gap in bioeconomic modelling
- Vladimir Pacheco Cueva: Poor linkages between the energy security and resource extraction research literatures - The case of Greenland
10.30-11.00 Coffee break
11.00-12.30 Discursive strategies in the shaping of futures
- Lill Rastad Bjørst, Ulrik Pram Gad: What is Arctic sustainability? Three ways of producing knowledge about sustainable futures
- Hanna Vikström: Critical metals and the futures of Sweden, Greenland and the Democratic republic of Congo
- Jesper Willaing Zeuthen: China in Greenland. Whose Strategy?
13.30-14.30 The coproduction of imaginaries and policies
- Stathis Arapostathis, Yannis Fotopoulos, Serkan Karas: Building visions and techno-political orders: In pursuance of oil and gas in Southeast Mediterranean, 1950-2017
- Maya Pasgaard: Conflicting visions: Tourism and natural resources in South Greenland
14.30 -15.00 Coffee break
15.00-16.30 Identifying connections and alternative framings: How do the contributions link, and where to go from here?
- Facilitated joint discussion
- The event takes place in Auditorium G2 (1532-122), building 1532, room 122, Ny Munkegade 130, Aarhus C
- Registration (free) by Friday 2 November by mail to Randi Mosegaard.
Annual Meeting of The Danish National Committee for the History and Philosophy of Science
Kick-off Workshop, Tensions of European Research network “Challenging Europe: Technology, environment and the quest for resource security” (EURES)