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  • Title: Global Symposium 2011 | Transforming the World in an Era of Global Change
    Descriptive info: .. HOME.. FRANÇAIS.. DEUTSCH.. ESPAÑOL.. SVENSKA.. POTSDAM 2007.. LONDON 2009.. About the Symposium.. Programme.. Participants.. Key outcomes.. News and Media.. The Symposium took place in Stockholm between 16-19 May and gathered some 40 of the world’s most renowned thinkers and experts on global sustainability.. Read more.. The Symposium was held at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in Stockholm and included plenary presentations, panel discussions and working group sessions.. This Symposium gathered some 50 of the world’s most renowned thinkers and experts on  ...   Symposium concluded with a memorandum signed by key Nobel Laureates.. This was communicated and handed over to the High-level Panel on Global Sustainability appointed by the UN Secretary General.. This website will provide you with all the news updates related to the Symposium.. The News and Media section also contains contact details related to press enquiries.. Hosts.. Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.. Stockholm Environment Institute.. Stockholm Resilience Centre.. Beijer Institute of Ecological Economics.. Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research.. Hosts and Partners.. Contact.. Login..

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  • Title: Über das Symposium | Global Symposium 2011
    Descriptive info: Home.. >.. Über das Symposium.. Das Symposium findet an der Königlichen Schwedischen Akademie der Wissenschaften vom 16.. bis 19.. Mai in Stockholm statt.. Es wird rund 40 der weltweit renommiertesten Vordenker und Experten im Bereich globale Nachhaltigkeit zusammenbringen, die Hälfte von ihnen Nobelpreisträger.. Gemeinsam werden sie innovative Ansätze zum Management sozialer und ökologischer Systeme diskutieren.. Dieses dritte Symposium, nach den ersten beiden Treffen in Potsdam und London, wird sich auf die Notwendigkeit integrierter Ansätze in Hinblick auf Synergien, Konflikte und Kompromisse zwischen den einzelnen Komponenten des Klimawandels konzentrieren.. Klimawandel, Reduzierung der Artenvielfalt, Degradation von Ökosystemen, Armut und eine weiter wachsende Bevölkerung tragen alle zu einer Verringerung der Resilienz unseres Planeten bei, mit potentiell katastrophalen Folgen für die Menschheit.. Jedes dieser Probleme für sich ist von der internationalen Gemeinschaft mit großer Aufmerksamkeit verfolgt worden, allerdings ohne Bezug auf die Wechselwirkungen untereinander.. Es ist an der Zeit, dies zu ändern.. Ein informeller Rahmen.. Das Symposium wird einen informellen Rahmen bilden, für produktive Diskussionen darüber, wie wir gegenwärtige Governance Ansätze transformieren können, hin zu nachhaltigem und adaptiven Management, das sich innerhalb der Grenzen des Planeten bewegt.. Das Symposium findet an der Königlichen Schwedischen Akademie der Wissenschaften in Stockholm vom 16.. Mai  ...   denen dann eine erste Version des Symposiumsmemorandums formuliert wird.. 1.. Ökosysteme und die menschliche Entwicklung.. Das erste Thema befasst sich mit der Rolle von Ökosystemen und den von ihnen erbrachten Leistungen, als Grundlage gesellschaftlicher Entwicklung und menschlicher Lebensbedingungen.. Leitung: Professor Carl Folke, Stockholm Resilience Centre, The Beijer Institut of Ecological Economics.. 2.. Der vom Menschen beherrschte Planet: Wo sind die Grenzen?.. Dieses Thema konzentriert sich auf die starke Beschleunigung der menschlichen Aktivitäten und auf den jüngsten wissenschaftlichen Versuch, den sicheren Zustand des Planeten zu bestimmen, innerhalb dessen sich die Menschheit so weiter entwickeln kann wie wir es kennen.. Leitung: Professor Will Steffen, The Climate Change Institute at the Australian National University.. 3.. Kipppunkte in Richtung Nachhaltigkeit: Die große Transformation zu einer nachhaltigen Entwicklung.. Das dritte Thema wird die Verbindungen zwischen Krise, Chancen und Innovation in Hinblick auf radikale Veränderungen und großflächige Nachhaltigkeitstransformationen ausloten.. Leitung: Professor Frances Westley, Waterloo University, Kanada.. Kontakt.. Bitte kontaktieren Sie die folgende Mitarbeiter des Tagungssekretariats zu:.. Einladungen.. Symposiumskoordinatorin Christina Leijonhufvud, globalsymposium@kva.. se.. Presse.. Leiterin Kommunikation Robert Watt, robert.. watt@sei-international.. org.. Allgemeines.. Symposiumsmanagerin Eva Krutmeijer, eva.. krutmeijer@sei.. Adresse:.. 3rd Nobel Laureate Symposium Secretariat.. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences,.. Box 50005, SE- 104 05 Stockholm, Sweden..

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  • Title: Sobre el Simposio | Global Symposium 2011
    Descriptive info: Sobre el Simposio.. El Simposio tendrá lugar en la Real Academia Sueca de Ciencias en Estocolmo entre 16-19 de mayo y reunirá a aproximadamente 50 de los pensadores más famosos del mundo y expertos en sostenibilidad global, la mitad de ellos, ganadores del premio Nobel.. Juntos van a discutir enfoques innovadores para gestionar los sistemas sociales y ecológicos del mundo.. Este tercer simposio, que sucede a las reuniones anteriores en Potsdam y Londres, se centrará en la necesidad de crear enfoques integrados integrando las sinergias, los conflictos y compromisos entre los distintos componentes del cambio climático.. El cambio climático, la pérdida de biodiversidad, el deterioro de los ecosistemas, la pobreza y el continuo crecimiento de la población, contribuyen a reducir la capacidad de recuperación del planeta y puede tener consecuencias catastróficas para la humanidad.. Cada uno de estos problemas ha atraído una gran atención de la comunidad internacional, pero siempre han sido considerados en forma aislada, con poca o ninguna consideración a las interacciones entre ellos.. !Es hora de cambiar este enfoque!.. Un ambiente informal.. El simposio es un ambiente informal para el debate productivo sobre cómo podemos transformar las sociedades actuales, en un enfoque de gestión más sostenible y adaptable que opere dentro de los límites del planeta.. El Simposio tendrá lugar en la Real  ...   que también sera enviado a los participantes, previo al Simposio.. Ecosistemas y Desarrollo Humano.. El primer tema se centra en el papel de los ecosistemas y los servicios que prestan como base para el desarrollo social y el bienestar humano.. Presidente: Profesor Carl Folke, Centro de Resiliencia de Estocolmo, el Instituto Beijer de Economía Ecológica.. El Planeta dominado por los humanos: ¿Dónde están los límites?.. Este tema se centra en la gran aceleración de la actividad humana y los recientes intentos científicos para identificar el espacio operativo seguro para la capacidad del planeta Tierra para sustentar el desarrollo humano como lo conocemos.. Presidente: Profesor Will Steffen, Instituto de Cambio Climático de la Universidad Nacional de Australia.. Un cambio de dirección: Hacia la sostenibilidad: La gran transformación hacia el desarrollo sostenible.. El tercer tema explora los vínculos entre crisis, oportunidades e innovación para la creación de cambios radicales y transformaciones a gran escala, conducentes a la sostenibilidad global.. Presidente: Profesor Frances Westley, Universidad de Waterloo, Canadá.. Contacto.. Para más información favor de dirigirse a:.. Invitaciones:.. Coordinadora del simposio: Christina Leijonhufvud, globalsymposium@kva.. Prensa:.. Jefe de Comunicaciones: Robert Watt, robert.. Diversos:.. Administrador del simposio Eva Krutmeijer, eva.. krutmeijer @ sei.. Dirección:.. Secretaría del Tercer Simposio del Premio Nobel.. La Real Academia Sueca de Ciencias,.. Box 50005, SE-104 05 Estocolmo, Suecia..

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  • Title: About the Symposium | Global Symposium 2011
    Descriptive info: The Symposium took place at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in Stockholm between 16-19 May and gathered some 50 of the world’s most renowned thinkers and experts on global sustainability half of them Nobel Laureates.. Download the Stockholm Memorandum.. (English version, pdf).. Download Spanish version of the Nobel Laureate Memorandum here.. (pdf).. Download Nobel Laureate Executive Summary (pdf).. This third Nobel Laureate Symposium, which followed from previous meetings in.. Potsdam.. and.. London.. , focused on the need for integrated approaches that deal with the synergies, conflicts and trade-offs between the individual components of climate change.. Climate change, decreasing biodiversity, deteriorating ecosystems, poverty and a continuously growing population all contribute to reducing the planet’s resilience and may have catastrophic implications for humanity.. Each of these problems has attracted great attention from the international community, but they have invariably been considered in isolation, with little or no regard to  ...   the participation and support of HM King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden, provided an informal setting for productive discussions on how we can transform current governance into a more sustainable and adaptive management approach that operates within the boundaries of the planet.. It took place at the.. in Stockholm between 16-19 May and included a mix of plenary presentations, panel discussions and working group sessions.. The Symposium was concluded by a Royal dinner hosted by HM Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden.. The event was by invitation only, but the outcomes as well as some of the discussions and lectures was made.. available on this website.. Related Content.. About the Symposia series.. Symposium themes.. Executive Steering Group.. Scientific Committee.. Download Symposium brochure (pdf).. Download Symposium Executive Summary (pdf).. Download the Stockholm Memorandum here (pdf).. Read Environment Minister Andreas Carlgren's opening speech for day 2 of the symposium (external link)..

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  • Title: Programme | Global Symposium 2011
    Descriptive info: The Symposium took place at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in Stockholm between 16-18 May and included a mix of plenary presentations, panel discussions and working group sessions.. An open event dedicated to the themes of the Symposium took place 19 May.. Follow key parts of the Symposium by live webcast here.. Three half-day sessions on 17 and 18 May began with a plenary presentation from the working groups followed by roundtable dialogues and panel discussions.. The afternoon session on 18 May consisted of concluding summaries from the three half-day sessions and a synthesis of the Symposium Memorandum.. An open event dedicated to the themes of the Symposium, was held  ...   The human dominated planet (link to themes overview).. Afternoon session:.. Tipping towards sustainability (link to themes overview).. Evening:.. Boat trip.. Concert.. Dinner.. 18 May.. Reconnecting to the Biosphere (link to themes overview).. Afternoon session:.. Discussion.. Conclusions.. Memorandum.. Press Conference.. Evening: Royal Dinner.. 19 May.. Open event:.. Seizing Planetary Opportunities.. Three half-day sessions on 16 and 17 May will begin with a plenary presentation from the working groups followed by roundtable dialogues and panel discussions.. The afternoon session on 18 May will consist of concluding summaries from the three half-day sessions and a synthesis of the Symposium Memorandum.. Special seminar 19 May: The Stockholm Dialogue on Global Sustainability - Seizing Planetary Opportunities..

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  • Title: Participants | Global Symposium 2011
    Descriptive info: This Symposium gathered some 50 of the world’s most renowned thinkers and experts on global sustainability to discuss new and innovative approaches to the way we govern the world’s social and ecological systems.. See list of all the Nobel Laureates that have signed the Stockhlom Memorandum.. Peter C.. Agre.. Awarded the 2003 Nobel Prize in Chemistry jointly with Roderick MacKinnon for structural and mechanistic studies of ion channels and for the discovery of water channels proteins.. Read more.. Werner Arber.. Awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine/Physiology in 1978 for the discovery of restriction enzymes and their application to problems of molecular genetics.. Tariq Banuri.. Director UN Division for Sustainable Development.. Scott Barrett.. Professor of Natural Resources, Columbia University.. Hans Martin Blix.. Swedish Diplomat (former President of the International Atomic Energy Agency).. Andreas Carlgren.. Swedish Minister for the Environment.. Paul J.. Crutzen.. Awarded the Nobel prize in Chemistry 1995 for his work on atmospheric chemistry, particularly concerning the formation and decomposition of ozone.. Gretchen Daily.. Professor Stanford University (biodiversity).. Doherty.. Awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1996 jointly with Rolf M.. Zinkernagel for their discoveries concerning the specificity of the cell mediated immune defence.. Carl Folke.. Chair of the Symposium Scientific Committee, Professor in Natural Resource Management, and Director of Beijer International Institute for Ecological Economics and Science Director at Stockholm Resilience Centre.. Murray Gell-Mann.. Awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics 1969 for his contributions and discoveries concerning the classification of elementary particles and their interactions.. Nadine Gordimer.. Awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature 1991 because "her magnificent epic writing has - in the words of Alfred Nobel - been of very great benefit to humanity".. David J.. Gross.. Awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2004 jointly with H.. David Politzer and Frank Wilczek "for the discovery of asymptotic freedom in the theory of the strong interaction".. Peter Grünberg.. Awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2007 together with Albert Fert for the discovery of Giant Magnetoresistance.. Yolanda Kakabadse.. President of WWF International.. Ashok Khosla.. President of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and Chairman of the Development Alternatives Group and President.. Richard J.. T.. Klein.. Senior research fellow at the Stockholm Environment Institute and adjunct professor at the Centre for Climate Science and Policy Research of Linköping University.. Mattias Klum.. Photographer and film producer in  ...   of Sciences.. Douglass C.. North.. Awarded the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel in 1993 jointly with Robert W.. Fogel "for having renewed research in economic history by applying economic theory and quantitative methods in order to explain economic and institutional change".. Douglas Osheroff.. Awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics 1996 jointly with David M.. Lee and Robert C.. Richardson "for their discovery of superfluidity in helium-3".. Elinor Ostrom.. Awarded The Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel 2009 "for her analysis of economic governance, especially the commons".. Stephen Polasky.. Professor Environmental Economics, University of Michigan.. Stefan Rahmstorf.. Professor of Physics of the Oceans, Potsdam University.. V.. Ramanathan.. Director, Center for Clouds, Chemistry and Climate, University of California.. Martin Rees.. Former President, The Royal Society and observer to the Symposium Executive Steering Group.. Katherine Richardson.. Professor Biological Oceanography, University of Copenhagen.. Johan Rockström.. Chair of the Symposium, Professor in Natural Resource Management, Executive Director, Stockholm Resilience Centre and Stockholm Environment Institute.. Carlo Rubbia.. Awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics 1984 together with Simon van der Meer for work leading to the discovery of the W and Z particles at CERN.. Penny D.. Sackett.. Physicist, astronomer and former Chief Scientist for Australia.. Marten Scheffer.. Professor in Aquatic Ecology and Water Quality Management, Wageningen University.. John Schellnhuber.. Director, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research.. Amartya Sen.. Awarded The Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel 1998 was awarded to Amartya Sen "for his contributions to welfare economics".. Leena Srivastava.. Executive Director of The Energy and Resource Institute, TERI.. Will Steffen.. Professor and Director Climate Change Institute, Australian National University.. Nicholas Stern.. Professor of Economics and Government at the London School of Economics.. Pavan Sukhdev.. Yale University, UNEP's Green Economy Initiative.. John Sulston.. Awarded the 2002 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine "for discoveries concerning 'genetic regulation of organ development and programmed cell death".. Brian Walker.. Chair of the Resilience Alliance.. Geoffrey West.. British Theoretical Physicist (metabolic theory of ecology).. Frances Westley.. Professor of Social Sciences and the J.. W.. McConnell Chair of Social Innovation at the University of Waterloo, Canada.. Anders Wijkman.. Former EU parliamentarian, Associate Senior Fellow, Stockholm Environment Institute.. Gunnar Öquist.. Professor of Plant Physiology, Umeå University, Sweden.. See list of all Nobel Laureates that have signed the Memorandum..

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  • Title: Key outcomes | Global Symposium 2011
    Descriptive info: Download the Memorandum here.. The Memorandum will formulate a new vision for sustainable development and prosperity, along with mechanisms for achieving this vision.. The conclusions of the Panel will also feed into the preparations for the.. 2012 UN Conference on Sustainable Development in Rio de Janeiro.. and into the ongoing climate negotiations..

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  • Title: News and Media | Global Symposium 2011
    Descriptive info: Time to adopt a new mindset.. Published 2011-12-06 13:55:49.. High-level dialogue urges climate negotiators to ‘adopt a new mindset’ that listens to science and addresses the links between global sustainability, poverty eradication, social justice and development.. Durban High-level Dialogue and Adaptation Round Table: Invitation to press conference.. Published 2011-12-02 09:29:55.. The organisers of the 3rd Nobel Laureate Symposium on Global Sustainability have the pleasure of welcoming members of the media to a press conference on 6 December, 2011, at the international climate change negotiations in Durban.. Nobel Laureates hand over recommendations to UN high level panel on global sustainability.. Published 2011-05-18 11:56:09.. The Stockholm Memorandum concludes that the planet has entered a new  ...   04:53:45.. Humanity standing on trial in a court case arranged at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, with a jury of Nobel Laureates.. The verdict will be handed over to the UN High-level Panel on Global Sustainability.. UN High-level Panel joins Memorandum signing ceremony.. Published 2011-05-12 00:00:42.. President Tarja Halonen, Gro Harlem Brundtland and Kevin Rudd among members of the UN High-level Panel on Global Sustainability to participate at the presentation of the results from the Nobel Laureate Symposium on 18 May.. Scheduled press conferences.. Symposium press releases.. Follow key parts of the Symposium live here.. Video archive.. Press photos.. For further information please contact:.. Robert Watt, tel.. +46 73 707 8589, robert..

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  • Title: Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences | Global Symposium 2011
    Descriptive info: The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences is an independent organisation whose overall objective is to promote the sciences and strengthen their influence in society.. The Academy seeks chiefly:.. - to be a forum where researchers can meet across subject borders.. - to offer unique research environments.. - to support young researchers.. - to reward prominent contributions to research.. - to arrange international scientific  ...   - to stimulate interest in mathematics and the natural sciences in schools.. - to disseminate scientific and popular-scientific information in various forms.. Every year the Academy awards the Nobel Prizes in Physics and Chemistry, the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel, the Crafoord Prize and a number of other large prizes.. Links.. Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences home page..

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  • Title: Stockholm Environment Institute | Global Symposium 2011
    Descriptive info: SEI is an independent international research institute.. It has been engaged in environment and development issues at local, national, regional and global policy levels for more than 20 years.. The institute was formally established in 1989 by the Swedish Government and celebrated its 20th anniversary in October 2009.. SEI has established a reputation for rigorous and objective scientific analysis  ...   locations, with additional offices linked to these.. The institute s researchers are gathered into four thematic teams that tackle overarching issues like climate change, energy systems, vulnerability and governance, as well as specific problems such as water resources and air pollution.. Our work on energy scenarios, sustainability modelling and vulnerability assessments has gained particular recognition.. Stockholm Environment Institute home page..

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  • Title: Stockholm Resilience Centre | Global Symposium 2011
    Descriptive info: The Stockholm Resilience Centre is an international centre that advances transdisciplinary research for governance of social-ecological systems with a special emphasis on resilience the ability to deal with change and continue to develop.. The Stockholm Resilience Centre was established on 1 January 2007.. It is a joint initiative between Stockholm University, the  ...   Economics at The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.. The centre is placed under the Stockholm University management aside the disciplinary mandates of the four faculties.. The strategic placement marks the interdisciplinary nature of the centre.. Stockholm Resilience Centre is funded by the Foundation for Strategic Environmental Research, Mistra.. Stockholm Resilience Centre home page..

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