Headline: Veranstaltungen nach Jahr


Klimaschutz im eigenen Haushalt: Wie kann die Politik die Verbraucherinnen und Verbraucher besser unterstützen?

Der Klimaschutz beginnt im eigenen Alltag. Ein Forscherteam hat im Kopernikus-Projekt Energiewende-Navigationssystem, kurz ENavi, untersucht, wie Verbraucherinnen und Verbraucher zu Hause, im Büro oder in Unternehmen ihren Lebensstil ändern würden, um die Umwelt zu schonen. Die Forschenden analysierten auch, wie sich politische Förderung und innovative Maßnahmen auswirken.

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Performance and Talk about Black Atlantic

Asadata Dafora / Koffi Kôkô: Straußentanz

In 1932 West African musician and dancer Asadata Dafora performed in the USA a choreography known as Ostrich Dance which to the present day has been of central importance for the development of the Afro-American dance scene. His movements were inspiring and continued to be developed by numerous choreographers as an African understanding of the body. Dance choreographer Charles Moore embodied these choreographic studies like no other before him, and through his widow these studies have been passed on to Koffi Kôkô, who connected them with his own dance tradition of Vodun.

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Planetary Health: Scoping the German Research Landscape

The IASS is planning a one-day interactive forum to bring together key players from across the German and international research landscape who conduct research and policy activities that relate to planetary health. The goal of the workshop is to identify research gaps as well as synergies, and to canvass opportunities to embed the concept of planetary health more deeply in the work of IASS and collaborating organisations.

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Potsdam Summer School 2019

Interactions between science and society are at the centre of this year’s Potsdam Summer School, which will take place from 20 to 29 August 2019. It will explore the importance of science communication in order to find effective ways of communicating highly relevant topics in the field of sustainability and global change.

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IASS Workshop

Climate Change and the Politics of Disinformation: Implications for Democratic Governance

As the evidence for disruptive climate change has mounted over the last decades, organized attacks on climate science have grown, along with the production of large volumes of disinformation that has discouraged more decisive political action. This workshop examines the organization and the political aims of these attacks, the role of social and conventional media in their spread, and the importance of radical right movements and parties in providing visible public support.

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EXAMPLES TO FOLLOW! 18th expeditions in aesthetics and sustainability

The 18th expeditions in aesthetics and sustainability will open on Saturday, 27 July 2019 at 17:00 in Erfurt. The duration oft the whole exhibtion will be from 28 July - 22 September 2019. This unusual station was initiated by the Advisory Board for Sustainable Development in Thuringia, supported by Thuringia's Ministry for the Environment, Energy and Nature Conservation and the State Capital Erfurt.

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SRA-E Conference 2019

Systemic Risks: From Natural Hazards to Cyber Risks

This year's annual meeting theme, “Systemic Risks: From Natural Hazards to Cyber Risks” is intended to showcase the wide variety of risk issues that threaten society today. These risk issues can only be addressed by the diversity of experience SRA-E members represent in terms of their professions, disciplines, methodologies, and nationalities.

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