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CGG member Grischa Perino as expert at stern.de Diskuthek

24. Juli 2019 - 0:00

As an expert in the live broadcast of the stern.de Diskuthek, Prof. Perino discussed flying and climate policy.

On 18 July 2019 Luisa Neubauer (Fridays for Future) and Michael Kruse (FDP Hamburg) debated flying and climate protection. Afterwards (from minute 17:30) a live discussion with Grischa Perino took place. The whole broadcast is available on YouTube (in German only).

Photo: Grischa Perino

CGG members interviewed in „The 100 Big Questions of Life“ series in Hamburger Abendblatt

1. Juli 2019 - 0:00

In the interview series "The 100 Big Questions of Life" in the Hamburger Abendblatt, experts from the Universität Hamburg answer important questions about life on a weekly basis.

Many CGG members are being interviewed for the exciting and highly visible series. Below, you can find links to the shortened versions of the interviews given by CGG members (in italics). The interviews are only available in German and the longer versions of the interviews are available at the Homepage of Hamburger Abendblatt behind a paywall.

Question 69 How important is family today?

Dr. Christian Strümpell und Dr. Thordis Reimer

1 July 2019

Question 64 Will there ever be a world government?

Prof. Antje Wiener und Prof. Markus Kotzur

27 May 2019

Question 54 What do we need property for?

Dr. Sighard Neckel and Dr. Jochen Bung

18 March 2019

Question 49 How important is knowledge?

Prof. Dr. Knut Schwippert and Prof. Dr. Simone Rödder

11 February 2019

Question 40 How do we want to live?

Dr. Michael A. Waibel and Prof. Dr. Stefanie Kley

10 December 2018

Question 38 Are there still taboos today?

Prof. Dr. Frank Adloff and Prof. Dr. Ortrud Gutjahr

26 November 2018

Question 37 Can we control the climate?

Prof. Dr. Grischa Perino and Prof. Dr. Detlef Stammer

19 November 2018

Question 28 After Chemnitz: Where does hatred come from?

Prof. Dr. Susanne Krasmann and Dr. habil. Martin Kahl

10 September 2018

Question 27 Why cash is so important for Germans

Prof. Dr. Jürgen Beyer and Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Drobetz

03 September 2018

Question 26 Should I get married?

Prof. Dr. Miriam Beblo and Dr. Astrid Wonneberger

27 August 2018

Question 25 How can I make the world a better place?

Prof. Dr. Timo Busch and Prof. Dr. Martina Neuburger

21 August 2018

Question 23 What fascinates us about evil?

Prof. Dr. Christine Hentschel and Prof. Dr. Sylvia Kesper-Biermann

06 August 2018

Question 22 How much information do we need?

Prof. Dr. Katharina Kleinen-von Königslöw and Prof. Dr. André Zimpel

30 July 2018

Question 20 Can you eat meat with a clear conscience?

Prof. Dr. Anita Engels and Prof. Dr. Anke Strüver

16 July 2018

Question 18 What's really true?

Prof. Dr. Michael Brüggemann and Dr. Alexander Dinges

02 July 2018

Question 13 When is the right time to have a child?

Prof. Dr. Birgit Pfau-Effinger and Prof. Dr. Barbara Schmalfeldt

28 May 2018

Question 9 How just is the law?

Prof. Dr. Florian Jeßberger and Prof. Dr. Reinhard Merkel

21 April 2018

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CGG Director Anita Engels and CGG member Timo Busch appointed to steering committee of science platform on climate protection in Berlin

17. Juni 2019 - 0:00

Federal Environment Minister Svenja Schulze and Federal Research Minister Anja Karliczek have launched a science platform on climate protection in Berlin. CGG Director Prof. Dr. Anita Engels and her colleague and CGG member Prof. Dr. Timo Busch will provide decision-making knowledge for the review and updating of the Climate Protection Plan 2050.

The Federal Government's new science platform will consider the effectiveness, costs and side effects as well as opportunities and risks of climate protection measures. "Selected natural and social science research institutions will work together on an interdisciplinary basis and enter into a regular exchange between science, society and politics," according to a communication from the Federal Environment Ministry.

You can view the complete press release including statements by Anita Engels and Timo Busch as well as the entire list of appointed researchers on the website of Universität Hamburg here. [online available in German]

Photo: BMBF/Hans-Joachim Rickel