For some time I conducted about ten to fourteen lectures a year outside of my teaching obligations (which since 2010 has involved being contracted to run eight courses a year). In recent years I have attempted to reduce this in order to focus more on writing. My speaking engagements normally involve a couple of international conference presentations, e.g. European Society for Ecological Economics, Association for Heterodox Economics, and Degrowth. Beside this I typically conduct invited talks and seminars at other Universities, research institutes and to government and non-governmental organisations. In the past I also guest lectured at various summer schools including all three of the Thor Heyerdahl summer schools (external link) in Norway and the three degrowth summer schools in Barcelona. Mostly my audiences are students, specialists or academics, but I have also talked at town halls and public meetings, especially in Australia after the censorship of my work on emission trading.
A selection of videos from various talks can be found by going to the On Camera page, which also has external links to more. More information on a selection of conference presentations can be found on the Conference Presentations page.