Elena Rocca and Rani Lill Anjum: An attempt to transform scientific controversies into constructive dialogue
Svein Anders Noer Lie: Certainty, objectivity, values, facts: Some basic concerns about philosophical bias in scienceGuido Caniglia: Research and society: keeping or bridging the gap?
SESSION A: SUSTAINABLE FOOD PRODUCTION AND FOOD SYSTEMS
Stephan Guttinger: ‘Frankenswine’, genome editing, and the question of sustainable pig farming
Milutin Stojanovic: Scientific language, ideals and assumptions: Sustainable agriculture seen through two incompatible scientific lenses
SESSION B: CLIMATE CHANGE AND ADAPTATION: CONSERVATION, GOVERNANCE, FITNESS
Fern Wickson: Saving the Unicorn of the Sea: Science, ethics and politics in the sustainable management of narwhal in east Greenland
Vanessa Trivinho Alonso: Philosophical bias and adaptation to climate change: ‘how fit is it, really’?
SESSION C: DIGITALISATION AND POLICY
Carla Susana A. Assuad: To be announced
Andrew Eccles: Sustainable care for an ageing population; interdisciplinary tensions around the role of remote care technologies
SESSION D: SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: MAKING RATIONAL DECISIONS
Henrik Thoren: What is the social cost of carbon? Philosophical tensions in integrated assessment modelling
Fredrik Andersen: Social media and censorship – tensions over social sustainability
Roger Strand: Two narratives in the circular economics controversy