The conference "Sustainable Biomass in the Context of 100 % Renewable Energy Supply" sets the course for the upcoming challenges in the biogas sector. It is the first in a row of annual conferences [...] emissions is a key task of the 21st century in order to keep the global temperature rise at an acceptable level. The power sector, especially, has to undergo a fundamental transformation towards a fully renewable energy supply in the years to come. With a development that is moving towards a 100 % renewable energy supply, biomass has to take on a new role. In the future, biomass needs to support a system
Beobachtung zu beantworten und danach zu fragen, was dies für die Ethnographie und die Kindheitsforschung heißt. Am Material wird der Frage "What is the case?" und den Analyseformen ethnographischen Materials [...] give insights into an ongoing longitudinal cross-cultural ERC-funded study on children's participation in public life (Connectors Study) and will explain the ethnographical approach which has been [...] ethnography and childhood studies. By employing examples, we will raise the question "What is the case?" and will follow forms of analysis of ethnographical data.
Interdisziplinäres Kolloquium mit Aaron Sahr, Hamburg Heute spricht Aaron Sahr vom Hamburger Institut für Sozialforschung zum Thema " Keystroke Capitalism. Why Money Is For the Few, Not the Many." The European monetary order is under pressure. On the one hand, corporate surpluses and the income of the wealthiest households are growing. On the other hand, there are astonishing funding deficits: the infrastructure investment gap is widening in many countries. Wage stagnation, unemployment, and the risk of poverty are becoming increasingly noticeable, and government debt remains a constant
centre, and seek to move away from the political sectarianism of their predecessors. Particularly striking - and problematic - is the intensive and continuative cooperation between the activists and the city government. This presentation offers a glimpse into the daily life and the strategic choices of these spaces, in relation to both other spaces and to the city government. The research offers a multi