The 2051 Munich Climate Conference, 2051年慕尼黑气候大会, La Conferencia Sobre el Clima de Munich 2051, Мюнхенская климатическая конференция 2051 г., مؤتمر ميونيخ 2051 للمناخ, La Conférence sur le Climat de Munich en 2051,

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What was T2051MCC?

The 2051 Munich Climate Conference was a project that combined science and performing arts. Scientists from around the world were invited to present original research on the climate. The twist: everything had to be presented from the perspective of an imagined future in the year 2051.

T2051MCC took place on 18–19 September 2021 as a combined online and live event, and was open to the general public.

On site the audience could attend the lectures, explore the very particular venue of the Bellevue di Monaco and mingle with other interested people and researchers. For everyone elsewhere, there were digital versions of the various rooms available online (“mozilla hubs”, you can find them through the portal).

Additionally, there were performances, music, food and all the good stuff.

30 years after the then-groundbreaking Paris Agreement came into effect, the 2051 Munich Climate Conference has the mandate to look back at the knowledge and discourses in the time of the first truly global agreement to combat climate change.
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THE 2051 MUNICH CLIMATE CONFERENCE
An academic conference of the future, created by artists.
18-19 September 2021, 10am-8pm CEST.

2 days. 12 sessions. 25 academic presentations. 45 scholars.

Keynote speeches: Adenike Oladosu, Elisabeth Wanjiruh, Helena Gualinga, Prof. Saleemul Huq.
Opening speeches: Yolande Bönning, Anja Paolucci.
Moderation: Nabila Abdel Aziz, Souad Alfa, Zahra Aklaqi, Sebastian Schindler.
Artistic contributions: Taigué Ahmed, Claudia Robles-Angel, Studio Pangolin.
Performance: Diana Marie Müller, Robert Spitz

Artistic Directors: Theresa Spielmann, Andreas Kohn, Benno Heisel
Executive Production: Laura Martegani
Website and groundwork for the Mozilla Hubs: Moby Digg
On-Site Spaces: Susi Gelb
Costumes: Martha Pinsker

 

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30.06.2051, Munich
87% chance of magnetic heat storms.

You can still watch all the sessions and lectures we streamed

Session, 18.09. 10:00
Day I Opening Session
Saleemul Huq, Anja Paolucci, Zahra Akhlaqi
Session, 18.09. 12:00
51-1A
Lisa Schipper, Bruce C. Glavovic, Geronimo Gussmann
Session, 18.09. 12:00
51-1B
Markus Keck, Lena M. Schlegel
Session, 18.09. 15:00
51-1C
Anna Varga, Renata Tyszczuk
Session, 18.09. 15:00
51-1D
Markus Kink, Michael Pahle
Session, 18.09. 17:30
51-1E
Sarah Nance, Klaus Wallner, Markus Schmitt, Mark Kernan
Session, 18.09. 17:30
51-1F
Paul Graham Raven, Johannes Stripple, Nicholas Powell
Session, 18.09. 19:30
Day I Closing Session
Adenike Oladosu, Taigué Ahmed and Sarah Israel
Session, 19.09. 10:00
Day II Opening Session
Yolande Bönning, Elizabeth Wanjiru Wathuti
Session, 19.09. 12:00
51-2A
Stefanie Börsig, Lea Klausmann, Sengül Weidacher, Thorsten Grantner, Sebastian Brandis, Roland Geres
Session, 19.09. 12:00
51-2B
Jacob Blumenfeld, Kees van der Geest, Michael Jakob
Session, 19.09. 15:00
51-2C
Nathan Smith, Sana Javaid, Riyan Habeeb
Session, 19.09. 15:00
51-2D
Minna Kanerva, Solveig Marie Siem, Håkon Naalsund Wille
Session, 19.09. 17:30
51-2E
Jakub Kubečka, Matti Goldberg, Nicholas Powell, Vitus Besel, Ivo Neefjes
Session, 19.09. 17:30
51-2F
Louise Arnal, Maria-Helena Ramos, Florian Pappenberger, Bart van den Hurk, Bhavana & Will Tuladhar-Douglas, Linus Magnusson
Session, 19.09. 19:30
Day II Closing Session
Helena Gualinga, Claudia Robles-Angel
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