30 years with the Baltic Sea: What has happened and where are we heading?
In the first session of the seminar series "Space Bridges 2.0", the focus was on the post-Cold War environmental development of the Baltic Sea.
Several invited experts in this session aimed to enlight the participants in an interactive discussion on the recent environmental history and future of our sea. Below you find the more about the program and the presenters.
Date and time: 28 January 2021, 14.00-17.00 (CET)
Host: Södertörn University, Sweden
Co-Host: Uppsala University, Sweden
Open for: Public
- Welcoming notes and the "Baltic University Programme 30 years", Assoc. Prof. Madeleine Granvik
- How the BUP started, discussion with former BUP director, Prof. Emeritus Lars Rydén
- Changes in Baltic Sea ecosystems - lessons learned?, Prof. Emeritus Lena Kautsky
- Future prospects of the Baltic Sea, Asst. Prof. Anna Törnroos-Remes
- Panel discussion; History and future possibilities to cooperation to improve the Baltic Sea, Prof. Michael Gilek and Assoc. Prof. Kazimierz Musiał
- Closing remarks, Prof. Joakim Ekman
Senior advisor at Stockholm University's Baltic Sea Centre
Her presentation is entitled "Changes in Baltic Sea ecosystems - lessons learned?" The historical aspects of the Baltic Sea was presented.
The department of Biosciences at Åbo Akademi University
Her presentation has the title "Future of the sea".
Expert in the field of Marine Environmental governance
Natural Sciences, Technology and Environmental Studies Södertörn University
Expert in the field of Policy in the Baltic Sea Region
Institute of Scandinavian Studies, University of Gdansk
Former director of the Baltic University Programme (1991-2008)
Present and discuss BUP's history.
Centre Director BUP Sweden and
Director of the Centre for Baltic and East European Studies (CBEES) at Södertörn University
Host of the session.
Director of the Baltic University Programme and
Associate Professor at the Department of Earthscience at Uppsala University
Co-host of the session.