The sustainable transformation of our society is accompanied by processes of "phasing out" (exnovation) and "renewing" (innovation). The nuclear and coal phase-out, the much-discussed phase-out of the internal combustion engine, the spread of electromobility and the expansion of renewable energies are just a few examples of such processes. Some transformation processes also take place on a small scale, "right on our doorstep," when urban community gardens or pup-up bike paths are created, for example. It is clear that such processes are not without conflict, as established interests are called into question, path dependencies are broken, and previously unquestioned notions of normality are put up for discussion. We want to discuss this as well as the social possibilities and limits of shaping the abolition and renewal with scientists, representatives from civil society and all those present.
Discussion panel with Dr. Julia Teebken (Berlin), Dr. Stephanie Wunder (Berlin), Gerolf Hanke (Freiburg), Dr. Martin David (Lüneburg), Dr. Johanna Kramm (Frankfurt).
Moderation: Dr. Marco Sonnberger, University of Stuttgart
The event will be offered digitally and in German. Please reserve your participation and you will receive the access link 1-3 days before the event.
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Cooperation project: International Center for Cultural and Technological Studies (IZKT) and Center for Interdisciplinary Risk and Innovation Studies (ZIRIUS) of the University of Stuttgart, Hospitalhof/Ev. Bildungszentrum Stuttgart