Recordings of the SSH Network Webinar Series

SSH Network logoThis page includes all available recordings from the SSH Network Webinar Series: please scroll down to view them. It also includes a complete list of past SSH Network webinars, in reverse chronological order, with alternative links to YouTube.

 

List of recordings

 

  • IPBES - an expert organization or transformative agent? Opportunities, risks, and what is social science expertise in all this? Associate Professor Karin Gustafsson (Örebro University, Sweden), 12th June 2024 [watch on YouTube].

 

  • The Politics of Transformation at the Climate-Biodiversity Frontier. Professor Harriet Bulkeley (Durham University, UK, and Utrecht University, Netherlands). The contribution to this presentation was prepared with Michele Betsill from University of Copenhagen, and Stacy Van Deveer from University of Massachusetts Boston, 23rd May 2024 [watch on YouTube]
     
  • 1, 2, 3.. Action: How to facilitate science-policy engagements that work and last? Dr. Kuang-Chung Lee (National Dong Hwa University), 9th April 2024 [watch on YouTube]
     
  • 'Transformative Conversations' hosted in collaboration with the Transformative Change Network at the Include Centre, University of Oslo, in spring 2023, hosted by Håkon B. Stokland and Karen O'Brian:
    • Transdisciplinarity and the co-production of transformative change, with Dr. Silke Beck, Dr. Eduardo Brondizio, and Dr. Graeme Reed, 11th May 2023 [watch on YouTube]
       
    • Justice based approaches to living and thriving with nature, with Dr. Bram Büscher, Dr. Lyla Mehta, Jennifer Corpuz, Gloria Lillo Ortega, and Dr. Mathew Bukhi Mabele, 13th April 2023 [watch on YouTube]
       
    • The transformative potential of environmental assessments, with Dr. Josie Chambers, Dr. Andrew Stirling, M.A. Mrinalini Rai, and Dr. Maria Tengö, 23rd March 2023 [watch on YouTube]
       
  • Transforming environmental science for transformative change. Why are we not making (more) progress?
    Dr. Esther Turnhout (University of Twente), 21st November 2022 [watch on YouTube]
     
  • Why are social sciences and humanities needed in the works of IPBES? A systematic review of the literature
    Dr. Alice Vadrot (University of Vienna), 7th November 2022 [watch on YouTube]
     
  • Governance of sociotechnical transformations
    Dr. Silke Beck (Technical University of Munich, STS department), 20th June 2022

     
  • Plurality, paralysis, practice: Making environmental knowledge usable under conditions of knowledge and value pluralism
    Dr. Rolf Lidskog (Örebro University) and Dr. James White (Örebro University), 28th April 2022 [watch on YouTube]

     
  • Governing for transformative change across the biodiversity-climate-society nexus
    Dr. Pamela McElwee (Rutgers University), 7th December 2021 [watch on YouTube]
     
  • Introduction to the Nature Futures Framework (NFF)
    HyeJin Kim (member of the SSH Network and fellow in the IPBES Scenarios and Models Task Force), 
    21st October 2021 [watch on YouTube]
     
  • Sustaining diverse and just futures for life on Earth: Insights from the Biodiversity Revisited Initiative
    Dr. Carina Wyborn (Australian National University), 17th September 2021 [watch on YouTube]
     
  • Values, non-human agency and the Anthropocene: Arts, humanities, biodiversity and ecosystem services research in the UK
    Professor Andrew Church (University of Brighton) and Dr. Robert Fish (University of Kent), 27th May 2021 [watch on YouTube]
     
  • Moving beyond inclusion for social sciences and humanities in IPBES: Lessons from the first work programme
    Dr. Jasper Montana (University of Oxford), 22nd April 2021 [watch on YouTube]
     
  • Introduction to the SSH Network webinar series
    Håkon B. Stokland, 22nd April 2021 [watch on YouTube]

 

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Videos

Introduction to the SSH network webinars by Håkon Stokland
Moving beyond inclusion for social sciences and humanities in IPBES
Values, non-human agency and the Anthropocene
Sustaining diverse and just futures for life on Earth
Introduction to the Nature Futures Framework NFF
Governing for transformative change across the biodiversity climate society nexus
Plurality, paralysis, practice Making environmental knowledge usable under conditions of knowledge
Why are social sciences and humanities needed in the works of IPBES?
Transforming environmental science for transformative change.Why are we not making (more) progress?
Transformative Conversations 1: The Transformative Potential of Environmental Assessments
Transformative Conversations 2: Justice based approaches to living and thriving with nature
Transformative Conversation 3: Transdisciplinarity and the co-production of transformative change