zum Inhalt
Header Image

13: Wie gelingt der Übergang zu einer Low-Carbon-Gesellschaft? (Teil der Alpbach Learning Missions)

-
Volksschule
Seminar /
in englischer Sprache

Um der Klimakrise etwas entgegenzusetzen, ist die Zusammenarbeit aller Interessensgruppen nötig. Gemeinsam mit NaturwissenschafterInnen, ÖkonomInnen, PhilosophInnen und JuristInnen diskutieren die TeilnehmerInnen der Alpbach Learning Mission mögliche Pfade des Übergangs zu einer nachhaltigen und kohlenstoffarmen Gesellschaft.

Dieses Seminar wird nach der Seminarwoche als Alpbach Learning Mission (ALM) fortgeführt.

Professor for Hydrogeology, Institute of Earth Sciences, University of Graz Chair
Professor of Geophysics; Director, Wegener Center for Climate and Global Change, University of Graz Chair
Head, Department of Philosophy, University Graz Chair
Associate Professor, Institute of Systems Sciences, Innovation and Sustainability, University of Graz Chair
Professor of Public Law and Economic Law, Institute of Public Law and Political Science, University of Graz Chair
Programme Leader, Human Dimensions Programme, Wegener Center of Climate and Global Change; Professor, Department of Economics, University of Graz Chair

Univ.-Prof. Dr.rer.nat. Steffen BIRK

Professor for Hydrogeology, Institute of Earth Sciences, University of Graz

 Univ.-Prof. Dr. Steffen Birk is an expert in quantitative hydrogeology with more than 20 years experience in the characterization and modelling of groundwater resources. He received his PhD in the field of Applied Geology at the University of Tübingen in 2001. Since 2006, he holds the Professorship in Hydrogeology at the University of Graz. He has been Associate Editor of the Journals Grundwasser and Groundwater for many years and is a member of the Committee on Geo-/Hydro-Sciences of the Austrian Academy of Sciences. He has published about 50 peer-reviewed journal papers and has been involved in various research projects funded by international and national funding agencies. Throughout the last years, he has become increasingly involved in research on climate change impacts on water resources, for instance, within the Doctoral Programme (DK) Climate Change funded by the Austrian Science Fund FWF.

Univ.-Prof. Mag. Dr.rer.nat. Gottfried KIRCHENGAST

Professor of Geophysics; Director, Wegener Center for Climate and Global Change, University of Graz

 Univ.-Prof. Dr. Gottfried Kirchengast is professor of geophysics with focus on atmospheric and climate science at the University of Graz (Alfred Wegener’s Chair), honorary professor at the Chinese Academy of Sciences, adjunct professor at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in Australia, and member of the Austrian Academy of Sciences. He is director of the Wegener Center for Climate and Global Change (www.wegcenter.at), speaker of the University of Graz Field of Excellence Climate Change Graz, and head of the Austrian Academy of Sciences Commission Climate and Air Quality, among other lead functions. He (co-)authored more than 300 publications, advised more than 40 PhD students, and made as well as continues to make pioneering research and international leadership contributions in the fields of Earth observation and climate science. More information: http://homepage.uni-graz.at/gottfried.kirchengast/.

Dr. Lukas MEYER

Head, Department of Philosophy, University Graz

 Studies of Philosophy, political Science, History and Public international Law at the University of Tübingen, Free University Berlin, Washington University in St. Louis, Yale Law School and the University of Oxford.
 
1987 Master in Philosophy, Washington University in St. Louis
1990 Diploma in Political Science, Free University Berlin
1990-1995 Research associate (Junior Lecturer), Free University Berlin
1995-2003 Research associate (Lecturer), University of Bremen
1996 Doctor of Philosophy, University of Oxford
2000-2001 Post-doc research project "Historical Justice", Center for Ethics and the Professions Harvard University
2001-2002 Feodor-Lynen Research Fellow of Alexander von Humboldt-Foundation, Columbia University in NYC, School of Law
2003 Habilitation in Philosophy and Political Science, University of Bremen
2004-2005 Permanent Lecturer for Practical Philosophy and Political Theory, University of Keele
2005 Honorary Research Fellow, The Hannover Institute of Philosophical Research, Hannover
2005-2009 Assistant Professor of Practical Philosophy, University of Bern, Leader of Master Program "Political and Economic Philosophy"
2006-2007 Visiting Professor of Political Philosophy, University of Zurich
since 2009 Head, Department of Philosophy, University Graz

Dr. Alfred POSCH

Associate Professor, Institute of Systems Sciences, Innovation and Sustainability, University of Graz

 Ao.Univ.-Prof. Mag. Dr. Alfred Posch is associate professor at the Institute of Systems Sciences, Innovation and Sustainability, and faculty member of the interdisciplinary doctoral school in climate change at the University of Graz, Austria. As dean of studies, he is responsible for the teaching programme at the Faculty of Environmental, Regional, and Educational Sciences of the University of Graz. Besides, he has initialized and coordinated the International Joint Master Programme in Sustainable Development, which is offered by a consortium of eight universities from three continents. In his role as member and speaker of the scientific steering committee of the so-called Montagsakademie he also significantly contributed to the science-public-interaction. Prof. Posch leads a research group focusing on social science research in the field of energy transition, industrial ecology and sustainability. By publishing journal articles and book chapters, editing books and special issues of journals, he contributes to the national and international debate on energy transition, industrial ecology, and sustainable development.

MMag. Dr. LLM Eva SCHULEV-STEINDL

Professor of Public Law and Economic Law, Institute of Public Law and Political Science, University of Graz

 After Studies at the Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU), the University of Vienna and the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) she habilitated 2003 at the University of Vienna and held after visiting professorships at WU and the University of Klagenfurt from 2008-14 a professorship for Law at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna (BOKU). She publishes in the fields of Austrian and European Public Law, Economic Law, Environmental and Climate Change Law as well as Legal Theory and is co-editor of the journal "Law of the Environment" (RdU). Furthermore, she is a member of the Austrian Academy of Sciences´ Commission on Climate and Air Quality and co-directs (together with G. Kirchengast) the commissions´ working group on climate change law ("AG KlimaSchutzRecht").

Mag. Dr. Karl W. STEININGER

Programme Leader, Human Dimensions Programme, Wegener Center of Climate and Global Change; Professor, Department of Economics, University of Graz

1988-1989 Researcher, Dept. of Economics, Technical University of Vienna
1990-1994 Researcher, Dept. of Economics, University of Graz
1994 Consultant, Environment Dept., World Bank, Washington, D.C., Assist. Professor University of Graz
1995 Visiting Scientist UC Berkely, Dept. of Economics
1997 Guest Professor University of Triest
1999 Venia Docendi Economics
Assoc. Professor University of Graz
since 1999 Guest Professor in Resource Economics, University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, Vienna
since 2000 Social Science Delegate, National Global Change Committee, Austrian Academy of Sciences
since 2005 Head of the Human Dimensions Programme (HDP) and WegCenter Deputy Director

Seminarwoche

Timetable einblenden
Genre : Alle

14.08.2019

15:00 - 17:30SchnitzeljagdSocial
18:00 - 19:30WillkommenPlenary
19:30 - 21:30Brot und WeinSocial

15.08.2019

09:30 - 13:00Vorstellung der SeminarinhaltePlenary
20:00 - 21:00Special Lecture: Globales MuckrakingPlenary

15.08.-20.08.2019

Seminar 16: Partizipative Führung – Techniken des Dialogs und der Ko-KreationSeminar
Seminar 17: LEADfit – die Kunst der FührungSeminar
Seminar 18: Human-Centered Design: Neue Gestaltungsansätze für offene und nachhaltige GesellschaftenSeminar
Seminar 19: Das Leben ist (k)ein Spiel – Critical Game DesignSeminar
Seminar 20: Wie Achtsamkeit resilient(er) machen kannSeminar
Seminar 21: Warrior of the Heart – DojoSeminar
Seminar 22: Wer bist du? Spoken Word: Wie man sich gut vor Menschen ausdrücktSeminar
Seminar 23: „It does matter where“ – Raum fühlen, Raum hinterfragenSeminar
Seminar 24: Die ganze Welt ist BühneSeminar
Seminar 25: Die ganze Welt ist BühneSeminar
Seminar 26: Dramatic Thinking: Kunst als Mittel, um die eigenen Ideen klarer zu kommunizierenSeminar
Seminar 27: Singen – Hören – Gestalten – LeitenSeminar
Seminar 28: Musik – eine soziale Utopie?!Seminar
Seminar 29: Die ganze Welt ist BühneSeminar

16.08.-21.08.2019

Seminar 01: Innovationen in der Pflanzenzucht – Chance oder Risiko für die Sicherung unserer Ernährung?Seminar
Seminar 02: Europa und die Herausforderung der DesintegrationSeminar
Seminar 03: Freiheit und Sicherheit: Daten, Fakten und Stimmen aus AfrikaSeminar
Seminar 04: Chancen und Risiken von UrbanisierungSeminar
Seminar 05: Freiheit und Sicherheit im Zusammenhang mit FrauenrechtenSeminar
Seminar 06: Die globale wirtschaftliche KampfzoneSeminar
Seminar 07: Visual Culture: Bilder der Macht und Macht der BilderSeminar
Seminar 08: Politik und Religion: Räume und Grenzen der FreiheitSeminar
Seminar 09: Quantentechnologien – eine neue Ära der InnovationSeminar
Seminar 10: Die EU und ihre Nachbarn – EU-Außenpolitik zwischen Ehrgeiz und PragmatismusSeminar
Seminar 11: Wassersicherheit für Mensch und Natur – von jetzt bis 2050 (Teil der Alpbach Learning Missions)Seminar
Seminar 12: Nichtübertragbare Krankheiten – wie man sie kontrolliert und verhindert (Teil der Alpbach Learning Missions)Seminar
Seminar 13: Wie gelingt der Übergang zu einer Low-Carbon-Gesellschaft? (Teil der Alpbach Learning Missions)Seminar
Seminar 14: Intellektuelle Selbstverteidigung (Teil der Alpbach Learning Missions)Seminar
Seminar 15: Digital Democracy Lab (Teil der Alpbach Learning Missions)Seminar

16.08.2019

15:00 - 18:00Seminar 16-29Seminar

17.08.2019

09:30 - 12:30Seminar 1-15Seminar
15:00 - 18:00Seminar 16-29Seminar

18.08.2019

10:30 - 12:00Feierliche Eröffnung des Europäischen Forums Alpbach 2019Plenary
12:00 - 14:00Seminar 1-15Seminar
15:00 - 17:00Seminar 16-29Seminar

19.08.2019

09:30 - 12:30Seminar 1-15Seminar
15:00 - 18:00Seminar 16-29Seminar

20.08.2019

09:30 - 12:30Seminar 1-15Seminar
15:00 - 18:00Seminar 16-29Seminar
20:15 - 21:45International EveningPlenary

21.08.2019

09:30 - 12:30Seminar 1-15Seminar