Lecture Energy Conversion and Mobility: Hydrogen technologies

Place: HS1132 (Kollegiengebäude I) and online
As part of the series, “Climate Change impact, key technologies, and policymaking,” Dr. Melanie Bühler will hold a lecture on the topic “Energy Conversion and Mobility: Hydrogen technologies”.
This lecture is thought of as an introduction to hydrogen technology and perfect for school children as well as students.
The lecture is available as a livestream, but we are also organising a “public viewing” at the university: HS1132 (KG I):
Meeting-ID: 680 7979 3122
Kenncode: Xa48szj8F

Workshop: Emotions in Climate Education

Place: HS1009 (Kollegiengebäude I)
Climate Activism has many faces.
There are people who fight for climate justice, or those who organize many different events. There are those who take small steps at home and those who plan to change the world.
However, sadly, activism can also be linked to negative Emotions. It can be overwhelming. It can be nauseating. It can make you feel powerless.
Together we will address this issue, with the help of Dr. Elisabeth Wegner (Department of Educational Science), who will be presenting this workshop.

CANCELED: Repair Café and Bike Workshop

Place: Stadtgarten
This event is canceled unfortunately
Do you need to clean and oil your bike chain , or maybe fix that bike lamp?
Then meet us in the Stadtgarten at 15h.

Climate’s going down and criminal law is watching?

Place: University KG III Room 3044

Play: PLANet B

Place: University KG III Room 3044

Lecture: Why we need to ban fossil fuels

Place: HS1228 (Kollegiengebäude I) and online
Time is running out to meet the goals of the Paris Agreement and avoid catastrophic climate change. The 2018 published special report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), “suggests a remaining budget of about 420 Gigatonnes (Gt) of CO2 emissions for a two-thirds chance of limiting global warming to 1.5°C.” The clock on this so-called remaining carbon budget started ticking at the beginning of 2018, and has been ticking ever since. Despite this ominous, serious warning, the world keeps emitting over 40 Gt of CO2 per year. In other words, the instruments that are currently being used across the globe to reduce CO2 emissions are not working.
It is time to ban fossil fuels.

The event will also be streamed online:
Meeting-ID: 892 9847 1235
Kenncode: 380395

Climate Change and Health: dirty clinics, broken bodies?

Place: HS1108 (Kollegiengebäude I)
The climate crise has devastating effects on human health, both mental and physical.
This poses a great challenge to our healthcare system while at the same time requiring its employees to make political points as a measure of prevention.

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