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Climate Talk: Give the future a chance
November 5um14:00 - 15:30
From Climate Research to Transfer in the Metropolitan Region Berlin Brandenburg
The Einstein Center Climate Change (ECCC) is a public policy oriented research center designed to harness and further develop the unique potential of the Berlin Brandenburg region, its landscape of universities and various non-university institutes and stakeholders. Public policy is in the core of the movement required to set the course for climate mitigation and adaptation. Based on this, the new center will focus on climate solutions that work now, also reflecting the technological, societal and cultural transformation processes that these solutions will catalyze. The ECCC will pursue its goals by: i) advancing world class research; ii) identifying and fostering climate change solutions that work now; iii) educating the next generation of decision makers; and iv) reflecting, supporting and co-developing the associated social and cultural transformations. It will focus on subnational action at the scale of human settlements, ranging from metropolitan to rural areas, and taking Berlin and Brandenburg as primordial cases.
The Einstein Center Climate Change and Public Policy of Human Settlements (ECCC, in formation) originates from the Climate Change Center Berlin Brandenburg joint initiative, founded in 2020, involving Technische Universität Berlin, Freie Universität Berlin, Charité Berlin, Berlin University of the Arts, University of Potsdam, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, and more than 30 research partners.
Climate change demands behavioral change: What are the challenges?
Elke Weber, Princeton University (Input)
Panel Discussion with:
Ottmar Edenhofer I Director and Chief Economist, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research
Christian Thomsen I President, Technische Universität Berlin
Elke Weber I Professor in Energy and the Environment, Professor of Psychology and Public Affairs, Princeton University
Meet Scientists of the ECCC I Input & Fishbowl:
Felix Creutzig I Director of the working group Land Use, Infrastructure and Transport at the Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change (MCC) and Professor at Technische Universität Berlin
Sophia Becker I Professor for Sustainable Mobility and Transdisciplinary Research Methods, Technische Universität Berlin
Timothée Ingen-Housz I Professor for Dramaturgy and Design of Audiovisual Communication, Berlin University of the Arts
Moderation: Julia Vismann I Freelance Journalist e.g. for RBB (Broadcasting Berlin-Brandenburg)
Program (pdf): Climate Talk
PUBLIC DISCUSSION VIA LIVESTREAM AND ON-SITE AT THE BERLIN SCIENCE WEEK CAMPUS.
This event can be attended digitally via livestream or in-person with a limited on-site audience at the Museum of Natural History.
Aufzeichnung abrufbar unter: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PbwpKyWgKAI
On-Site: If you would like to attend the event on-site, please book your spot via e-mail by 20 October to: firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject „Climate Talk“. You will receive feedback by October 27th at the latest as to whether it worked.
Due to the current situation, we are required to ask for the contact information of each person entering the Museum of Natural History in accordance with the Protection Against Infection Act. We therefore require the following data from all persons who register: First name, last name, address, telephone number and email address.
On-site the protective and hygienic measures of the Museum of Natural History apply. The so-called 3G rule (for “geimpft, genesen oder getestet“, i.e. “vaccinated, recovered or tested”) will be applied: Anyone who is not fully vaccinated or is not considered recovered will be required to provide a recent negative Covid-19 test. Visiting the event is permitted with a medical face mask only.
The registration data will be stored by the Climate Change Center for the purpose of organizing the event as well as for any subsequent contact follow-up and will also be shared with the organizers of Berlin Science Week and the Museum of Natural History for this purpose.
- November 5
14:00 - 15:30
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- Climate Change Center
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