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12: The competition for resources as a driver of green technologies

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Resource conflict can lead to innovation in both societies and technology development, as has been indicated by the successful creation of a broad range of environmental and energy technologies. There are ongoing conflicts for scarce resources on both global and local levels. Growing world population and increasing prosperity will lead to enhanced competition for resources and the potential for conflict may even include armed hostilities. Therefore, it will be critical to increase resource efficiency through innovative technology to guarantee sustainable developments on a national and global level.

Minister, Austrian Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management, Vienna
Managing Director, Climate and Energy Fund, Vienna
Managing Director, BTW Plant Solutions and REDWAVE, BT-Wolfgang Binder GmbH, Gleisdorf
Senior Researcher, Economica - Institute of Economic Research, Vienna
Director-General for Water Management and Resource Conservation, German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety, Bonn
Managing Director, Environment Agency Austria, Vienna
Head of Department, Environmental Protection at Company Level and Technology, Austrian Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management, Vienna
Collaborator, Department of Environmental Protection at Company Level and Technology, Austrian Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management, Vienna

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    DI Andrä RUPPRECHTER

    Minister, Austrian Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management, Vienna

    Assistant to the Director, Austrian Farmers' Union, Vienna Member, Cabinet of Austrian Federal Ministers of Agriculture and Forestry Franz Fischler, Wilhelm Molterer, Vienna Member, Negotiation team on expert level for the agriculture chapter of the Austrian accession negotiations to the European Union Head, EU-Coordination Unit, Austrian Federal Ministry for Agriculture and Forestry, Vienna; Austrian Spokesman, SCA - Special Committee on Agriculture, Council of the European Union, Brussels President, SCA - Special Committee on Agriculture, Council of the European Union, Brussels Deputy Director General, Austrian Federal Ministry for Agriculture and Forestry, Vienna Director General, Department Agriculture and Nutrition, Austrian Federal Ministry for Agriculture and Forestry, Environment and Water Management, Vienna Head, National delegation, Council of Agriculture, Council of the European Union, Brussels Director for Rural Development and Agriculture Finances, General Secretariat, Council of the European Union, Brussels Federal Minister for Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management of the Republic of Austria, Vienna
    1988-1989
    1989-1997
    1993-1994
    1995-2002
    1998
    1998-2002
    2002-2007
    2006
    2007-2013
    since 2013

    DI Ingmar HÖBARTH

    Managing Director, Climate and Energy Fund, Vienna

    Studies, Landscape Ecology and Planning, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna Founding member, GLOBAL 2000; "Freunde von Greenpeace", Vienna Formation and development, GLOBAL 2000, Management of environmental protection campaigns (e.g. Power plant Hainburg, acid rain, transit traffic) Member, "Plenum", GLOBAL 2000, Vienna Chairman, GLOBAL 2000, Vienna Political chief executive, GLOBAL 2000, Vienna Head, Department "Politics & campaigns", GLOBAL 2000, Vienna Representative, GLOBAL 2000 at "Friends of the Earth International" Board Member, Ökobüro, Vienna
    1982-1995
    1982
    1982-1988
    1983-2006
    1992-2006
    1995-2006
    1996-2006
    1998-2006
    1998-2006

    Mag.a (FH) Silvia SCHWEIGER-FUCHS

    Managing Director, BTW Plant Solutions and REDWAVE, BT-Wolfgang Binder GmbH, Gleisdorf

    Sales; Project management, REDWAVE, BTW Plant Solutions
     Diploma, College for international business relationship, Eisenstadt
    2007-2013

    Dr. Manfred STADLBAUER

    Senior Researcher, Economica - Institute of Economic Research, Vienna

    Marketing Systems Analyst, Procter & Gamble, Schwalbach Forschungsassistent, Doktorand, JKU, Linz Forscher, Borealis GmbH, Linz Projektleiter F&E, Borealis GmbH, Linz Gruppenleiter, F&E, Borealis GmbH, Linz Strategischer Einkaufsleiter, Polymere, Plastal GmbH, Weißenburg Gründungsgesellschafter und Geschäftsführer, TechMeter GmbH, Hagenberg
    1998-1999
    1999-2001
    2002-2003
    2004-2006
    2006-2008
    2008-2009
    seit 2009

    Dr. Helge WENDENBURG

    Director-General for Water Management and Resource Conservation, German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety, Bonn

    Doctorate in law, Institute for Political Science, University of Göttingen District Government of Brunswick Ministry of Environment, Lower Saxony, Germany Head, Directorate for Water Management and Resource Conservation, German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety, Bonn
    1979-1982
    1983-1990
    1990-2005
    since 2005

    Mag. Georg REBERNIG

    Managing Director, Environment Agency Austria, Vienna

    Studium der Handelswissenschaften an der Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien, Abschluss Mag.rer.soc.oec. Revisionsassistent, Danubia Wirtschaftstreuhandgesellschaft mbH Erstellung einer Studie "Ökosteuern" im Auftrag des Bundesministeriums für Umwelt, Jugend und Familie Stellvertretender Leiter der Abteilung Umweltökonomie und Energie, Bundesministerium für Umwelt, Jugend und Familie Umweltattaché, Ständige Vertretung Österreichs bei der EU, Brüssel Vorsitzender der Arbeitsgruppe Umwelt des Rates der EU während der österreichischen Präsidentschaft Geschäftsführer, Umweltbundesamt Gesellschaft mit beschränkter Haftung
    1981-1989
    1989
    1989-1990
    1990-1994
    1994-1999
    1998
    seit 1999

    Dipl.-Ing. Andreas TSCHULIK

    Head of Department, Environmental Protection at Company Level and Technology, Austrian Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management, Vienna

    Studies, Technical Physics, Vienna University of Technology Assistant Professor, General Physics Institute, Vienna University of Technology Unit I/3, Environmental Research and Technology, Austrian Federal Ministry for the Environment, Vienna Head, Subunit I/3b, Environmental Research, Austrian Federal Ministry for the Environment, Vienna Head, Unit I/2 - Environmental Technology, Austrian Federal Ministry for the Environment, Vienna
    1980-1987
    1987-1989
    1989-1994
    1993-1994
    1994-1996

    Mag. Dr. MBA Josef BEHOFSICS

    Collaborator, Department of Environmental Protection at Company Level and Technology, Austrian Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management, Vienna

    Principal Administrator for the Environment, Austrian Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Protection, Vienna Economic Advisor on Environmental and Nuclear Topics, Permanent Representation of Austria to the OECD, Paris
    1994-2001
    2001-2009

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