Keynote speakers

Florian G Kaiser | Keynote speaker ICEP 2021 Siracusa
Linda Steg | Keynote speaker ICEP 2021 Siracusa

Prof. Florian Kaiser
Otto-von-Guericke University, Magdeburg. Germany

Keynote Speech – CF Graumann Lecture
October 6th 2021

Title: Protecting the environment for its own sake against all odds

Florian G. Kaiser is a professor of personality and social psychology at the OttovonGuericke University Magdeburg, Magdeburg, Germany. His research interests include attitude theory, attitude-behavior consistency, the Campbell Paradigm, person-situation interaction, evidencebased psychological policy support, largescale attitude change, and behavior management primarily in environmental protection research.

Sponsored by the Environmental Psychology Section, German Psychological Society (DGPs)

Prof. Chiara Tonelli
University of Roma TRE. Italy

Keynote Speech
October 7th 2021

Title: Housing in the time of Coronavirus

Chiara Tonelli is Professor of Architecture Technology at Roma Tre University and Counsellor at Rome’s Architect Register since 2017. She is the coordinator of the Italian entry to the Solar Decathlon Europe, coming third in 2012 and first in 2014, and the technical coordinator of the Energy Plan for the Latium region, Italy. Tonelli also coordinates the Great Scientific and Technological Project on Energy and Environment, run by the Italian Ministry for Foreign Affairs, which supports an exchange of ideas with Argentina in order to generate knowledge on positive energy buildings for the urban regeneration of informal settlements. She regularly appears on Italian television as a commentator on architecture

Prof. Linda Steg
University of Groningen. The Netherlands

Keynote Speech
October 8th 2021

Title: What motivates climate action

Linda Steg is professor of environmental psychology at the University of Groningen. She studies factors influencing sustainable behaviour, the effects and acceptability of strategies aimed at promoting sustainable behaviour, and public perceptions of technology and system changes. She is member of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Sciences (KNAW), and lead author of the IPCC special report on 1.5°C and AR6. She participates in varies interdisciplinary and international research programmes, and collaborates with practitioners working in industry, governments and NGOs.

Photography: Studio Oostrum/Hollandse Hoogte