The sessions are 45 minutes, including questions. Between all sessions are breaks.
Wednesday 6 September
13:30 Gustaf Arrhenius, Krister Bykvist & Göran Duus-Otterström, “Concluding a six-year research program: thoughts and reflections from the PIs”
14:45 Katharina Berndt (IFFS & Stockholm University), "Discrimination and Future Generations"
16:15 Melinda Roberts (New Jersey), “Ethics on a Collision Course with Itself—or Just Another Puzzle for Us to Solve?”
17:15 Joe Roussos (IFFS), "The curatorial view of science advising"
19:00 Conference Dinner
Thursday 7 September
09:00 Coffee and fika
09:30 Orri Stefánsson (Stockholm & IFFS), “Morally evaluating countries’ GHG emission”
10:30 Matilda Miljand (Stockholm), “Climate initiatives after the Paris Agreement: the role of non-state initiatives in the transformation of Sweden into a fossil-free welfare state”
11:30 Johan Gustafsson (UT Austin & IFFS), “The Need for Merely Possible People”
13:30 Julia Mosquera (IFFS) & Kirsti Jylhä (IFFS), “How to feel about climate change? An analysis of the normativity of climate emotions”
14:30 Malcolm Fairbrother (Umea & IFFS), “Laypeople and the Mere Addition Paradox: An Experiment in Population Ethics”
16:00 Dean Spears (UT Austin), "Is humanity 4⁄5 over?: Why demographers project that humanity’s Spike is about to peak"
17:30 Guided Tour Around the Prison (optional)
Friday 8 September
10:00 Włodek Rabinowicz (Lund), ”Person-Affecting Restriction and Incommensurable Lives”
11:00 Elizabeth Finneron-Burns (Western University), "What we owe to future people"
13:15 Martin Kolk (Stockholm & IFFS) & Emma Engström (KTH & IFFS), “Projecting Environmental Impacts with varying Population,Affluence, and Technology using IPAT–Climate Change and Land Use Scenarios”
14:15 John Broome (Oxford), “No continuum argument for the repugnant conclusion”
15:00 End of conference
The conference is organized by Olle Torpman, Karim Jebari and Mats Ingelström.