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Working paper : The Coal Renaissance and Cosmopolitized Low-Carbon Societies

Working paper par David Tyfield, lecteur au Centre for Mobilities Research (CeMoRe), The Coal Renaissance and Cosmopolitized Low-Carbon Societies, FMSH-WP-2013-37, juillet 2013.

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The author

David Tyfield is a Lecturer at the Centre for Mobilities Research (CeMoRe), Sociology Department, Lancaster University. His research focuses on the interaction of political economy, social change and developments in science, technology and innovation, with a particular focus on issues of low-carbon transition in China.

Working paper : Risk, class, crisis, hazards and cosmopolitan solidarity/risk community - conceptual and methodological clarifications

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Working paper d'Ulrich Beck de l'Université de Munich et titulaire de la chaire "Cosmopolitan risk communities" du Collège d'Etudes Mondiales, Risk, class, crisis, hazards and cosmopolitan solidarity/risk community - conceptual and methodological clarifications. FMSH-WP-2013-31, avril 2013.

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The author

Professor Ulrich Beck is Professor for Sociology at the University of Munich, and has been the British Journal of Sociology LSE Centennial Professor in the Department of Sociology since 1997. He has received Honorary Doctorates from several European

Working paper : Cosmopolitanized Nations : Reimagining collectivity in world risk society

Ulrich Beck et Daniel Levy, Cosmopolitanized Nations: Reimagining collectivity in world risk society, FMSH-WP-2013-26, Février 2013.

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The authors/Les auteurs

Ulrich Beck, since 1992, has been professor for sociology and director of the Institute for Sociology of Munich University. He is also the British Journal of Sociology Professor at the London School of Economics and holds the Chaire Re-mapping inequality and power in an age of climate change : the emergence of «cosmopolitan» risk communities at the Collège d’études mondiales.

Workshop : Risk and Climate Change: The Shaping of a Cosmopolitan Future

Workshop organized by Ulrich Beck.

Preliminary program

Monday

9:30-10:30    Keynote    Ulrich Beck

10:30-10:45    Coffee break    

10:45-1:00    History/ Science    

Amy Dahan - historic overview of climate framing
Sylvie Joussaume - climate modeling
Joel Guiot - interplay of natural&social sciences

1:00-2:30    Lunch    

2:30-4:00    Risk and governance    

Laurence Tubiana - Global governance
Daniel Levy - climate mediat(iz)ation

4:00-4:30    Coffee break    

4:30-6:00    Climate societies    

Kiyomitsu Yui - visual communication
Anders Blok - Urban climate risk cosmopolitics