The Mediated Planet: Claiming Data for Environmental SDGs

A project that explores the global environment as emerging through environmental data and asks how data gathering practices, data access and data ownership shape environmental perception and politics.

News

Newslink to the Formas program and the funded projects (in Swedish): “Svenska forskare banar väg för FN:s globala hållbarhetsmål”

A new article by John Durham Peters and Mediated Planet’s Adam Wickberg titled “Media: The Case of Spain and New Spain”, published in the University of Chicago Press’ Critical Inquiry journal

Events

Past Events

The NordAI Spring Seminars 2022 featured contributions from leading scholars working with AI at the interface between the human and non-human world, exploring the question of what constitutes the environment through the lens of artificial intelligence. Read more here.

10-11 May 2022, A Wenner-Gren Symposium & Planned UN Ocean Decade Laboratory Satellite Activity: “The mediated ocean: a cross-disciplinary workshop on marine data and policy”, at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, organizers are Susanna Lidström and Adam Wickberg. Read more here

Tirza Meyer presented her project “Humanoid Oceans” on the 23rd of March at Environmental Lunchtime Discussion, read more here.

Sabine Höhler, Susanna Lidström, and Tirza Meyer presented The Ocean’s “Digital Twin”? Marine Environmental Data Through Time 25th of February at Umeå University seminar series FrAIday

Funding Agency: Formas – Swedish Research Council for Sustainable Development, program ”Realising the global sustainable development goals” / ”Att förverkliga de globala hållbarhetsmålen”
Period: 2020-2024