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IRI THESys Lecture by Jonathan Donges
Natural and social tipping points
When? 12 May 2022, 16.15-17.45
Where? HU Berlin
Jonathan Donges is Co-Leader of the FutureLab on Earth Resilience in the Anthropocene and Working Group Leader on Whole Earth System Analysis in Research Department on Earth System Analysis of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK).
His research work focusses on dynamics of planetary-scale socio-ecological systems, climatic and social tipping elements, their dynamics and interactions, decarbonization dynamics and sustainability transformation, conceptual models of society-environment coevolutionary dynamics, structure and dynamics of complex networks, nonlinear dynamics and time series analysis, and application of these methods to climate physics and Earth system analysis.
Jonathan’s lecture is part of the lecture series “Der grüne Faden”, organized by the student-driven Sustainability Office at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.