Young researchers and entrepreneurs for climate protection. Dialogue forum special - Klimaherbst 2016.

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25 October 2016

Young researchers and entrepreneurs for climate protection

Dialogue forum special - Klimaherbst 2016

Source: Munich Re Foundation

What role do innovations play in climate protection? This was the question we dealt with at the "Young researchers and entrepreneurs for climate protection" Dialogue forum special on 20 October 2016. The Forum was held as part of the 10th Münchner Klimaherbst series of events.


All sectors of society will need to be involved if climate change is to be stopped. Politicians may set the framework conditions, but it falls to business and civil society to bring about the energy turnaround with their behaviour. With short lectures and a panel discussion Thomas Bischof (Head of Group Development, Munich Re), Professor Klaus Sailer (CEO of Strascheg Center of Entrepreneurship at Munich University for Applied Studies) and Dr. Jakob Assmann (Managing Director of energy supplier Polarstern) demonstrated, to which extent sustainable innovations can help to create a more climate friendly future.


Please find an extended report about the event on the webpage of Munich Re Foundation: link.




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