The preliminary program here will be updated up until the week before the conference. Room names and numbers in brackets, click for map. To read more about different sessions click Show description. Open throughout the conference Sanctuary of Hope: An open space for stillness, meditation and prayer The Crypt (Kryptan) […]

Preliminary conference program posted!

We are excited to announce that Dougald Hine, renowned writer, thinker, and CEMUS affiliate, has been confirmed as a keynote speaker for the ClimateExistence conference. In addition to his keynote address, Dougald will also be leading a parallel session. Dougald Hine [Social thinker, Writer and Speaker, a school called HOME, […]

Dougald Hine confirmed for keynote and parallel session!

Stephen Jenkinson, renowned author and speaker, is now confirmed for the conference! He will join Anita Goldman for a conversation on the connection between the climate crisis and our relationship with death and dying. The conversation will be part of the regular in-person conference program day 2 and livestreamed online […]

Stephen Jenkinson in conversation with Anita Goldman confirmed for the ...

You can now register for the conference here: https://dinkurs.se/84503. Read more about the conference, program, contributors and practical information by going to the pages linked in the menue above. Fees Conference fee including accommodation and all meals and coffee breaks: 2 950 SEK Conference fee student: 2 350 SEK Registration […]

Registration for the conference is now open

Call for contributions deadline March 1 We encourage everyone interested to send in a contribution to the conference. This contribution can be in a variety of formats. Suggestions for art-installations, performances, poetry, workshops or more traditional academic papers are all welcome. If you have ideas you would like to share […]

Contribute to ClimateExistence – call for contributions deadline March 1

How can we embrace the dismembered world, live meaningful lives and actively engage for better? Herds of ice calves leave the Arctic never to be seen again – testifying that the graphs and numbers from climate predictions are realized in the world beyond papers and projections. While humans flee war […]

Welcome August 16-18 to ClimateExistence 2023!