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Winter semester 22
- 06.12.22 #06 Louis Uzor (Climeworks) – Carbon Capture & Storage
- 13.12.22 #07 Simon Pichlmaier & Valerie Ziemsky- How to get rid of emissions in transport and why this didn’t happen in the past
- 10.01.23 #09 Dr.-Ing. Michael Krause – Concepts and strategies for decarbonization of the building sector
- 17.01.23 #10 PhD. Laura Carotti – Sustainable use of resources in vertical farms
- 24.01.23 #11 Prof. Kirsi Niinimäki – The environmental price of fast fashion
- 31.01.23 #12 Dr. Mark Andor – The German 9-Euro-Ticket-Experiment – an Evaluation
Summer semester 22
- 12.07.22 Prof. Susan Clayton – Preparing for climate change: The role of psychology
- 05.07.22 Richard Wouters – Metals for a Green and Digital Europe
- 28.06.22 Prof. Dr. Steve Cohen – A Realistic Transition Environmental Sustainability
- 14.06.22 Marissa Santikarn and Rachel Mok – Carbon Pricing and Climate Finance in a Net Zero World
- 31.05.22 Ph.D. Rose-Ann Smith – Understanding and Navigating Climate Injustices in Small Island Developing States: The case of St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG)
- 24.05.22 Prof. Dr. Susanne Nothhafft – Protecting climate refugees. High time for a human-rights-based regime
- 17.05.22 Hanna Wang-Helmreich – Key players and the role of other actors and stakeholders in global climate governance: Who will save the earth?
- 10.05.22 Dr.-Ing. Christoph Pellinger & Dr.-Ing. Anika Neitz-Regett – Insights into the machinery room of the energy transition – science at the interface between politics and business
Winter semester 21
- 18.01.22 Modesta Nnedinso Abugu – Global Developments in Agriculture and Agricultural Biotechnology
- 13.01.22 Christian Maier – EWG: Turnaround in the heating sector
- 11.01.22 Dr. Elisabeth Dütschke – No savior in sight? Acceptance for changing socio-technical systems
- 21.12.21 Dr. Kepa Iturralde – Automation and Robotics for Refurbishing Existing Building Stock and Reaching Zero Energy Consumption in Buildings
- 14.12.21 Dr. Stefan Schäfer – Climate Geoengineering: Past, Present, and Future?
- 02.12.21 Prof. Dr. Stefan Rahmstorf – Kipppunkte im Klimasystem (german, requires TUM login)
- 30.11.21 Dr. Moritz Kühnel – Green hydrogen – challenges and opportunities
- 23.11.21 Dr. Philip Schütte – Responsible Cobalt Sourcing and Artisanal Mining – Challenge or Opportunity?
- 16.11.21 Dr. Paul Brockway – Chasing Fool’s Gold? A misplaced faith in energy efficiency to decouple energy use from GDP – recent evidence and implications for 1.5⁰C Paris target
- 09.11.21 Jim-Felix Lobsien – Limits of Human Ignorance
- 02.11.21 Wilhelm Cramer, Antonia Heinemann, Frederik Scholing – Grid Operation – The role of artificial intelligence (AI) in the transformation of the energy system
Summer semester 21 citycentre
- 02.06.21 Friederike Krüger – Climate change in the Artic – an expedition report
- 26.05.21 Dr. Rebecca Zitoun – Where should we start if we do not know where to start from?
- 19.05.21 Patrick Leòn Gross – How to Think with Doughnut Economics – and Put it in Practice in Berlin
- 12.05.21 Matt Muchna – Flood Justice in the United States
- 05.05.21 Anshuman Das – Small farm or big farm: who will feed the world?
- 28.04.21 Jens Benöhr – The Home River Bioblitz: Where Science and Activism Meet for River Conservation
- 21.04.21 Janna Kretschmar – “We protect what we love!” – A small grassroots NGO from South Africa shares their unique approach to environmental education
Summer semester 21 Garching
- 01.06.21 CO2: From Climate Killer to Sustainable Feedstock (Eric Schuler)
- 25.05.21 Sustainability Perspectives for Assessing and Designing Research, Projects and Policies (Alejandro Ceballos (Venezuela) and Jana Funk (Germany))
- 18.05.21 Learning Together – Towards Reciprocal Emancipation (Alejandro Ceballos (Venezuela) and Jana Funk (Germany)) (not publicly available)
- 11.05.21 Decolonization of Development – Insights into the Work from Epatu Konuko (Alejandro MCeballos (Venezuela) and Jana Funk (Germany))
- 04.05.21 Water Governance – A Key to Sustainability (Shahana Bilalova)
- 27.04.21 Forest Biomass Energy – Is it climate friendly and renewable? (Almuth Ernsting)
- 20.04.21 Ocean Energy – Potential and Current Status (Marcus Lehmann)
- Recordings of older semesters (German)