Offering an additional format to bring together changemakers!
In 2020 especially, we all realized first hand how deeply society, economy and environment are connected.
With the economy shutting down, society and the environment were instantly affected.
The pandemic demonstrated that a sustainable transformation - be it in economy or climate change - is rooted in education and awareness-raising. For this reason, we have decided to bring about a new format to bring together changemakers and thrive not only on the expertise presented, but also on discussions with the audience!
Roughly every month, there will be one moderated expert session on the latest topics of ecological building and alternative economics - free to attend!
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Expert Talk #1
Positive Energy Districts - A vision and practice paving the way for carbon free cities, communities and societies
For a carbon free society to thrive, urban areas need to drastically change how they function and use resources. Future cities and communities need to give back more than they take. This talk with Günter Lang and Simon Schneider explored the crucial role of Positive Energy Districts in shaping the sustainable and resilient built environment that future generations deserve. Recording to be available soon.
Expert Talk #2
Economic Growth vs. Climate Change - How can we prosper within the boundaries of our planet?
The Austrian Climate Researcher, Helga Kromp-Kolb, and the Canadian Ecological Economist, Peter Victor, will talk about sustainable prosperity and why it is important to act now to mitigate the severe impacts of climate change. The Expert Talk will take place March 10th at 19:00 CET via Hopin. Register here.
Expert Talk #1
Rethinking Monetary Policy - Ways out of the Financial and Climate Crisis
The talk with Christian Felber and Thomas Kubo (in German!) dealt with the instability of our global financial system and the importance of money and monetary policy with the key question of what kind of economy is necessary in order to prevent our planet from being stretched beyond its natural limits? You can watch the recording here.