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CeCAR 4th Annual Conference

Participants of the 4th Annual CeCAR Conference


This year CeCAR held its 4th Annual Conference at the University of Gothenburg, 13-14 June. The conference featured over 25 presentations from CeCAR scholars and invited guests, as well as attendees from around the world. Videos of this year's keynote speakers, featuring Arun Agrawal (University of Michigan), Linda Steg (University of Groningen), and Sven Steinmo (University of Colorado Boulder), can be found below.


Thursday 13 June

8.45 Welcome note by CeCAR Director Sverker Jagers

Session 1: Egg-timer presentations
1. Simon Matti: Effect of Compensatory Measures on Public Support for Carbon Dioxide Tax in Different Political Contexts: Comparing the United States, Canada, Germany, and Sweden.
2. Marina Povitkina: What do people mean by (un)fair climate policies?
3. Claes Ek: Which type of environmental policy instrument do citizens and experts prefer?
4. Niklas Harring: Local and global climate action.
5. Åsa Löfgren: Policies for supporting industrial transition to a net-zero greenhouse gas emissions society
6. Emma Ejelöv: The typology of environmental policies: Assessing the laypeople perspective.
7. Magnus Bergqvist: Most people think they are more pro-environmental than others: testing the better-than-average effect in perceived pro-environmental behavioral engagement

10.30 Keynote talk: Social Protection and Climate Resilience
Arun Agrawal, Professor, School for Environment and Sustainability, University of Michigan.

4th Annual CeCAR Conference Keynotes | Arun Agrawal: Social Protection and Climate Resilience


Session 2: Egg-timer presentations
1. Hoang-Anh Ho: Collective Land Tenure and Informal Insurance
2. Aron Westholm: Planning in the Marine Domain: A study of Management Perspectives in Marine Spatial Planning
3. Oskar Rydén: The Politics of Natural Disasters
4. Aksel Sundström: Spillover effects on corruption from expanding protected areas
5. Sverker Jagers: Environmental politics

10.30 Keynote talk: What motivates climate action?
Linda Steg, Professor, Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences, University of Groningen.

4th Annual CeCAR Conference Keynotes | Linda Steg: What Motivates Climate Action?


Session 3: Egg-timer presentations
1. Louise Jeppson: Spouses relative influence on Public Good Contributions: The role of Social Capital.
2. Ronja Helénsdotter: Experimental evidence on cooperation, political affiliation, and group size
3. Djordje Milosav: Blockchain Technology: a Trust or Control Machine? Experimental Evidence.
4. Eric Brandstedt: Legitimate Transfers Between Overlapping Generations.
5. Jon Pierre: Challenges to collective action in the AMR policy field in the EU?
6. Bengt Brülde: A social contract for intergenerational cooperation?

Session 4: Egg-timer presentations
1. Andreas Nilsson: Feeling or Following? A field-experiment comparing hedonic and normative motives to encourage pro-environmental donations
2. Claes Ek: Does teaching children about recycling reduce household waste?
3. Patrik Michaelsen: Does transparency solve the ethical problems of subtle behavioral interventions?
4. André Hansla: Pro-social and pro-self motivation strategies to reduce antibiotics use
5. Erika Ramos: Mobility styles and car sharing use in Europe: Attitudes, behaviours, political views and sustainability
6. Emma Juaneda: Implementation of sustainable development approach in Higher Education: proposal for the diagnosis


Friday 14 June

9.00 Keynote talk: Culture vs Institutions: Why are some societies more cooperative than others?
Sven Steinmo, Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Colorado Boulder.

4th Annual CeCAR Conference Keynotes | Sven Steinmo: Culture vs Institutions: Why Are Some Societies More Cooperative Than Others?


Session 5: Egg-timer presentations
1. David Langlet: Legal system boundaries – what prospects for integrated environmental decision-making?
2. Jasmine Elliott: Ethical lawyers, benchmarking and collective action
3. Anna Bendz: Going with the flow? On citizens’ support for inter-municipal collective action for drinking water risk prevention in an upstream-downstream setting
4. Mitesh Kataria: Preferences for climate policies among Swedish, Chinese, and American citizens
5. Markus Johansson: Non-compliance as a threat to international collective action

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