The Sustainability Science Days is an international, two-day conference organized jointly by Helsinki Institute of Sustainability Science (HELSUS) and Aalto University on 24 - 26th of May 2023. The theme for the conference in 2023 is Pathways of Hope - Knowledge, Actions, Solutions.
As the University of Eastern Finland is arranging the 20th colloquium of IUCN Academy of Environmental Law, the environmental and sustainability law team of Faculty of Law, University of Helsinki, would like to welcome the IUCNAEL family to Helsinki for a pre-colloquium meeting and seminar.
HELSUS Youth Forum is an event organised for high school students to interact with sustainability researchers and to introduce recent sustainability research that can be used in developing school communities’ sustainability initiatives. The students are given an opportunity to take part in scientific discussion. The event is organised on 2.6.2022 at 13-15.
The Sustainability Science Days is an international, two-day conference organised jointly by Helsinki Institute of Sustainability Science (HELSUS) and Aalto University on 18th-19th of May 2022. This year the conference will focus on the theme of systemic transformations to sustainable futures in a globally connected world and highlight the urgency to act now.
This year marks 50 years since the publication of the report The Limits to Growth. To celebrate this, the key author of the report, professor emeritus Jorgen Randers, will arrive in Helsinki in September. The event is organized in Tiedekulma, Helsinki on Thursday 22 September at 13:00-15:00.
HELSUS is organising a multidisciplinary panel discussion at Think Corner Stage on 3.6.2022 at 13-15 on how can sustainability science help in foreseeing and preventing crises? Learning from the war in Ukraine. The panel discussion revolves around globalization, sustainability and the war in Ukraine and how sustainability science recognizes connections and past trajectories that could help forsee and prevent future crisis.