How will we manage natural resources in a finite world?
“So many people want access to the same resources and we haven’t really developed sufficient governance frameworks to organize who will and who will not have access. My aim is to arrive at robust policy strategies for how people will be able to manage green infrastructure, to provide the most benefits for human society.”
Lucas Dawson, guest in Crosstalks on Green Infrastructure and the forest as a key to a more sustainable society, is researcher at the Department of Physical Geography at Stockholm University.
Green innovation: the forest as a resource for a better future is released on June 16 at www.crosstalks.tv, 6 PM CET.
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Crosstalks is an international academic talk show, broadcast once a month by two of Swedens top universities – KTH Royal Institute of Technology and Stockholm University. It is a platform for discussions on global challenges in an open and on-going dialogue with viewers around the world. The tone of the programme is relaxed, with a twinkle in its eye: just like a good, engaging lecture.
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