Lecture: Net zero: how can an industrial nation become carbon-neutral?
Place: HS3219 (Kollegiengebäude III)
Prof. Dr. Weidlich researches and teaches at the Institute for Sustainable Technical Systems (INATECH). In her lecture she will dive into the question of how an industrial country like Germany can (or attempt to) become carbon neutral.
Species extinction vs Arctic melt: a comparison of the biodiversity crisis with the climate crisis
Place: Herderbau Room 210 (Tennenbacher Str. 4)
Lecture on Climate Justice and New Ordoliberalism: The Case for Social Sustainability and Basic Income
Place: HS1009 (Kollegiengebäude I) and online
In his lecture Prof. Dr. Neumärker, head of the Freiburg Institute of Basic Income Research, will address important aspects of climate and society in “Lecture on Climate Justice and New Ordoliberalism: The Case for Social Sustainability and Basic Income”.
The lecture will also be streamed live here and will be available as a podcast afterwards.
Place: Max-Kade-Auditorium I (Alte Universität)
During this event, five representatives from political, economic, scientific, research and activism areas of expertise will come together to debate “The Responsibility of the Economy in Regards to the Climate Crisis”. In the foreground of the debate is the open exchange of ideas and perspectives, with a reflection on solutions or ideas proposed from the different viewpoints.
The panel will be comprised of:
An Adventurous Night
Place: Platz der Alten Synagoge
Have you ever wanted to see the corners of Freiburg by Night? Maybe solve a few mysteries and pick up a treat or two? If you answered yes to any question then this nighttime adventure is perfect for you! Dress warm and bring a bike to the Plaza of the Old Synagogue at 22h. We will start our excursion here.
Whose streets? Our streets!