Keynote speech by Dr Lewis Akenji, managing director of the Hot or Cool Institute, a Berlin based public interest think tank at the 2023 conference.
Keynote speech by Dr Fatima Denton, director of the Institute for Natural Resources in Africa of the UN University, Ghana, at the 2023 conference.
Q&A with Lewis Akenji and Fatima Denton
Q&A with Lewis Akenji and Fatima Denton, with moderator Vanessa Timmer, at the 2023 conference.
Panel reflections on the pathways to 2060 with Harriet Bulkeley, Eline Hutter, Beatrice de Graaf and moderated by Vanessa Timmer, at the 2023 conference.
Back in 2023: Q&A with panel
Back in 2023: Q&A with invited panel experts, Maarten Hajer, Nynke Laverman and Sytze Pruiksma and moderated by Vanessa Timmer, from the 2023 conference.
Making Change Happen, the theme of the 2021 conference, was introduced by Maarten Hajer, Scientific Director of Pathways to Sustainability.
Economist Mariana Mazzucato joined us online from Rome for the 2021 conference, where she attended the G7 panel.
UU honorary doctor and IPCC co-chair Valérie Masson-Delmotte gave her perspective on Making Change Happen, at the 2021 conference.
Edgar Pieterse, founding director of the African Centre for Cities in Cape Town, shared some uncomfortable facts at 2021's conference.
Marjolijn van Heemstra
Writer and theatre maker Marjolijn van Heemstra took us on a night walk, about darkness and urgency, at the 2021 conference.
What could Europe do to speed up the sustainability transition? Dr Hans Bruyninckx reports from the heart of European politics at the 2020 conference.
Dr Daphina Misiedjan from the International Institute of Social Studies shares breakthroughs in sustainability transformation laws, at the 2020 conference.
Lot van Hooijdonk and Peter Pelzer
What does accelerating the sustainability transition look like? An interview with alderwoman Lot van Hooijdonk and Peter Pelzer at the 2020 conference.
Tim Lenton, Professor of Climate Change and Earth System Science at the University of Exeter, discusses tipping points, at the 2020 conference.
Sandra van der Hel and Tim Lenton
What is an appropriate way to communicate about climate change? A discussion with Sandra van der Hel and Tim Lenton, at the 2020 conference.
Koen Frenken, Daphina Misiedjan & Petra de Jong
Koen Frenken, Daphina Misiedjan and Petra de Jong pitch their ideas on the potential sources of acceleration at the 2020 conference.
Marleen van Rijswick
Prof. Marleen van Rijswick discusses the ‘Skyscraper whale’ artwork of plastic waste, at the 2019 conference.
Rector Magnificus Prof Henk Kummeling opened the 2019 conference, focusing on sustainability research and education at UU.
Prof Maarten Hajer, introduces the 2019 conference and keynote speaker Prof Sheila Jasanoff from Harvard Kennedy School is introduced by Prof Johan Schot.
Prof Sheila Jasanoff, from Harvard Kennedy School, calls for a new imaginary in the transition to sustainability at the 2019 conference.
Q&A with Sheila Jasanoff
Q&A with Prof Sheila Jasanoff about her keynote lecture ‘Unmodern imaginaries: infrastructures for a sustainable world’, at the 2019 conference.
Jeroen Willemsen, founder of the Green Protein Alliance, discussed ‘pathways to a more plant-based future’, followed by a reflection by Denise de Ridder, at the 2019 conference.
In an optimistic speech, Diederik Samsom, based on his experience with sustainable energy, helped us to imagine a sustainable future at the 2019 conference.