The Climate Grief Series
Welcome to SG’s contribution to TUD Climate Action. There will be five events for you to visit, corresponding to the famous five stages of grief: denial, depression, anger, bargaining, and acceptance.
Stage 4. Bargaining
We like to fix things, and there is no shortage of big ideas at the TU Delft. Maybe there’s a bargain to be struck, and we can engineer our way out of the climate crisis. But with great power comes great responsibility. We will assess the risks, responsibilities and opportunities of geoengineering and other radical solutions.
Jeroen Oomen is assistant professor at the Urban Futures Studio, where he focuses on the social, cultural, and scientific practices that create societies’ conceptions of the future. He the author of the book Imagining Climate Engineering: Dreaming of the Designer Climate (Routledge, 2021).
Artist in residence Letizia Artioli is a PhD candidate at IUAV University of Venice and KABK ArtScience. Investigating the relationship between human beings and climate change data as a matter for research and creation.
Moderator Aafke Fraaije is a postdoctoral researcher at the Ethics & Philosophy group at TU Delft, researching how we can have meaningful conversations about climate change. And how art can help us.