People For Earth

Climate Change Colloquium

Starting in 2021, People for Earth, in collaboration with The Seoul Institute (from the 1st to 3rd sessions) and Gyeonggi Research Institute (from the 4th session onwards), hosts the Climate Change Colloquium. This event aims to facilitate discussions among domestic and international experts on various critical aspects of the current climate system, which is striving to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. The colloquium delves into topics such as the causes and background of this new climate system, the level of risk associated with specific situations, strategies to prevent surpassing tipping points in each domain, and the imperative for adapting and transforming our way of life and culture. The colloquium continues to evolve with the objective of enhancing public awareness while exploring alternative approaches during this transitional period.

  • 7th Climate Change Colloquium 2023 "Climate Leviathan: A Political Theory of Our Planetary Future" (video) Joel WainwrightProfessor, Ohio State UniversityAuthor of 'Climate Leviathan: A Political Theory of Our Planetary Future'Discussion with People for Earth16 October 2023 The Climate Change Colloquium 2023 jointly organized by the Gyeonggi Research In... 2023/11/22
  • 6th Climate Change Colloquium 2022 6th Climate Change Colloquium 2022'How Generation Z is Changing Climate Politics?’- Sophie Handford, New Zealand's youngest councilorOn May 27, the 6th Climate Change Colloquium 2022 was held in Yujae, Jongno-gu, Seoul.The Climate Change Colloquium... 2022/06/13
  • 5th Climate Change Colloquium 2022 5th Climate Change Colloquium 2022Under the Sky We Make: How to Be Human in a Warming World- Kimberly Nicholas, Lund University, SwedenOn March 30, the 5th Climate Change Colloquium was held in Yujae, Jongno-gu, Seoul. The Climate Change Colloquium w... 2022/04/11
  • 3rd Climate Change Colloquium 2021 3rd Climate Change Colloquium 2021Energy transformation pathways towards climate neutrality- Gunnar Luderer, Potsdam Institute for Climate ImpactLimiting Global Warming to well-below 2°C or 1.5°C - as agreed in the Paris Climate Agreement - require... 2021/04/28
  • 2nd Climate Change Colloquium 2021 2nd Climate Change Colloquium 2021 Cascading interactions between climate and social tipping elements in the Anthropocene Earth system: Risks and Opportunities)- Dr.Jonathan Donges, Potsdam Institute for Climate ImpactTipping elements in the Earth's... 2021/04/28
  • 1st Climate Change Colloquium 2021 1st Climate Change Colloquium 2021 by Seoul Institute & People for Earth (2021.1.19.) ㅣ Our Planet, Our Future - Strategies to Navigate the Anthropocene The Climate Change Colloquium was launched on January 19th, 2021, hosted by Seoul Institute ... 2021/01/27