Wieder da!

Veröffentlicht am 09.09.2011 in Veranstaltung

Wir haben bis Weihnachten viel vor und werden unsere Veranstaltungen internationaler gestalten. Wir hoffen, wir haben eure Unterstützung und sehen euch bald zu einer unserer Diskussionen!
Euer Vorstand

Wir wollen euch bitten die Fragebogenaktion der SPD International zu unterstützen und diesen auszufüllen und Claudie zu zuschicken.

Wir haben auch gleich einen Veranstaltungshinweis für euch:
Economics of Climate Change II: Transition to Renewable Energy

International Conference:
The Bottom Line on Climate Change: Transitioning to Renewable Energy--After Fukushima

Fukushima has heated up the debate on the transition to renewable energy. Is green energy the answer to global warming, energy independence, and the prevention of Fukushima-like disasters? If so, will the switch kill jobs and raise taxes? Or will renewable energy create a green recovery? What is the bottom line?

On September 23 and 24, leading U.S. & E.U. government officials, geoscientists, policy analysts, politicians, business leaders and academics will join in New York to discuss how transitioning to renewable energy will affect the fragile U.S. and global economies.
Panels will focus on the future of nuclear power, the reality behind green jobs, the practicality of new technologies, and the tensions between developed and developing countries.

Participants include Ottmar Edenhofer of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), James Hansen from the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies, Peter Schlosser from the Earth Institute at Columbia, Dr.
Runge-Metzger from the EU Commission, and a member of the German parliament.

Friday, September 23, 2011 - Saturday, September 24, 2011 8:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.

Wollman Hall, Eugene Lang Building, 65 West 11th Street, 5th floor Admission is Free. Reservations required at www.newschool.edu/cepa.

For more information, call 212-229-5901 x4911, email scepa@newschool.edu
or organizer Prof. Willi Semmler, Dept. of Economics, NSSR.