2019 Annual Conference of the research program Climate Ethics and Future Generations

26-28 September 2019, Institute for Futures Studies, Stockholm.

Organizers: Paul Bowman, Katharina Berndt Rasmussen.

Preliminary agenda:

Thursday, September 26th

9.30-10.00       Morning Coffee

10.00-10.15     Introductory Remarks

10.15-11.00     Gustaf Arrhenius, TBA

11.00-11.45     Hilary Greaves, “Distributional weights in cost-benefit analysis: The relevance of labour-supply responses”

11.45-12.00     Julia Mosquera, TBA

12.00-12.15     Krister Bykvist, “Why care about impossibility theorems in population ethics?”

12.30-14.00     Lunch

14.00-14.45     Malcolm Fairbrother, "Valuing Future Lives and Policies for Improving Them: Views of the Public in Four Countries"

14.45-15.30     Guilia Andrighetto, “Norm Emergence and Change in a Climate Change Experiment”

15.30-16.00     Coffee Break

16.00-16.45     Tim Campbell, "What's Wrong with Offsetting?"

16.45-17.30     Göran Duus-Otterström, "Liability for emissions in the absence of laws or political agreements"

19.00               Dinner

Friday, September 27th

9.30-10.00       Morning Coffee

10.00-10.45     Karin Bäckstrand, TBA

10.45-11.30     Joe Roussos, "The Role of Values in Aggregating Expert Opinions"

11.30-11.45     Katharina Berndt Rasmussen, ”Some Thoughts On the Ethics of Doing Climate Ethics”

12.00-13.30     Lunch

13.30-15.00     Global Climate Strike Break

15.00-15.30     Coffee Break

15.30-16.15     Anders Herlitz, "Equity within and across Space and Time"

16.15-17.00     Roundtable discussion

19.00               Dinner

Saturday, September 28th

9.30-10.00       Morning Coffee

10.00-10.45     Lukas Meyers, "How to Understand Intergenerational Justice? Sufficientarianism and Basic Needs"

10.45-11.30     Emilie Prattico, "What Does Corporate Climate Leadership Look Like in 2019?"

11.30-11.45     Paul Bowman, “Corrective Justice and Borrowing from the Future”

12.00-13.30     Lunch

13.30-14.15     Clare Heyward, "Secondary Climate Injustices"

14.15-15.00     Martin Kolk, "Government Transfers from Nonparents to Parents and Population Policy in a Global Perspective: An Economic Demographic Approach"

Please note that the conference is not a public event.