Film screening: Wind power -"green?"
- Date: –17:00
- Location: Zoom Sal 22-1017, Hus 22
- Lecturer: The film screening is followed by conversations led by Arne Müller, journalist, with participants in the film reindeer herder Henrik Andersson, Gällivare forest Sami village, associate professor Eva Charlotta Helsdotter, CEMFOR, filmmaker Petri Storlöpare, and Elle Eriksson, Tina Eriksson, Michael Eriksson, all reindeer herders in Flakabergsgruppen Gällivare forest Sami village. Comments by Irene Molina, professor of cultural geography and Director of research at CEMFOR.
- Organiser: Dàlkke: Indigenous Climate Change Studies: FORMAS, och Sameednama friddja universitehta/Centrum för mångvetenskaplig forskning om rasism
- Contact person: Eva-Charlotta Helsdotter
How can racism studies contribute to the analyse of ongoing windpower exploitations in Sámi territories? (Film screening: Wind power -"green?": Sami and scientific perspective on fossil-dependent and environmentally destructive wind power design).
Large windpower industrial areas with up to 1000 windpower plants are under construction in Sábme - Sámi territories. The Swedish state, as well as actors within the energy market, environmental organisations and climate activists promote windpower as green, fossil free and environmental friendly, but is this really true?
Location: room 22-1017 Engelska parken - also via Zoom here https://uu-se.zoom.us/j/64490948640