Citizens’ assemblies are regarded as a remedy to the political inertia in climate change mitigation. In recent years, there have been several national assemblies dealing with climate policies, e.g. in the UK, France and Denmark. What are the main lessons from climate assemblies so far?
You are welcome to join discussion on climate assemblies on Thursday 16th of June. Professor Graham Smith (University of Westminster and KNOCA) will give a talk entitled “Learning from the first wave of climate assemblies: what needs to change?” and professor Brigitte Geißel (Goethe University Frankfurt) will give comments.
Time: 16 June 2022, 1:15-2:30. p.m.
Place: Turku School of Economics, Lähitapiola lecture hall (Rehtorinpellonkatu 3)
The lecture can be followed remotely via Teams. In case you want to participate remotely, please register by Wednesday 15th of June: Registration for remote participation
The event is organized by FACTOR research project and is open to everyone interested in the topic. Welcome!