High-level dialogue urges climate negotiators to ‘adopt a new mindset’ that listens to science and addresses the links between global sustainability, poverty eradication, social justice and development.
The organisers of the 3rd Nobel Laureate Symposium on Global Sustainability have the pleasure of welcoming members of the media to a press conference on 6 December, 2011, at the international climate change negotiations in Durban.
The Stockholm Memorandum concludes that the planet has entered a new geological age, the Anthropocene. It recommends a suite of urgent and far-reaching actions for decision makers and societies to become active stewards of the planet for future generations.
Humanity standing on trial in a court case arranged at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, with a jury of Nobel Laureates. The verdict will be handed over to the UN High-level Panel on Global Sustainability.
President Tarja Halonen, Gro Harlem Brundtland and Kevin Rudd among members of the UN High-level Panel on Global Sustainability to participate at the presentation of the results from the Nobel Laureate Symposium on 18 May.