The thesis questions how science should operate.
Through the detail studies of the largest scientific
intergovernmental body, which is the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). The IPCC is an organisation doesn’t produce science and purely based on peer reviewing system with different experts. It has
come to a realization that technocrat governing on
climate issues is not applicable; instead science should be the main drive to form new protocols.

The planet’s climate crisis is approaching the point of no return. I propose the Conference of the Planet (COP*), an organization of cohabitation that revolutionizes our understanding of scientific practice. COP* creates different forms of dialogue, focusing on climate issues, through reconstructing spaces of negotiation. Contemporary scientific production is conducted in institutions, academies, and universities through competitions to construct fact and social process. COP* expands, contracts and overlaps with these other sectors to form new territories. It is designed to unfold over differentiated timelines and operate in complex material systems.

Conference of the Planet Brief

Vision of Conference of Planet
1. Expanding our understanding and altering our perceptions of climate change.

2. Tackle the range of companies/entities that contribute to carbon emissions.

3. Integrated education and methods of working which
increases the probability of discovery through competitive
and relationship between universities, academies, and

4. Porous scientifi c discussion.

5. Scientififi c dominance over technocratic governance.

London Vision 2020

Timeline 2013 - 2020

Conference of the Parties in Warsaw Stadium 2013

Conference of the Parties Vs Conference of the Planet

Conference of the Planet in Royal institution

Conference of the Planet in top scientific institutes

Conference of the Planet in Max Plank Institutes

Conference of the Planet in UK universities

Mapping the relationship between scientific publications and institutes

Negotiation space