Sustainability, Communication & Partnerships
There is a huge gap between the global challenges of climate change, digitalization and resource scarcity on the one hand and the actions of politics and business on the other:
How solutions for sustainable living and business can emerge through partnerships and networks.
Impressions of the event
Stefan Eckart is convinced that the networking of politics, science, companies, start-ups and students promotes a joint exchange of progress and brings the dynamics of the climate movement onto the map. For him personally, it reinforces the belief in his company's vision of being able to make mobility more efficient and sustainable.
Dr. Ilja-Kristin Seewald is of the opinion that sustainable life and business can function through more exchange and networking among each other - between companies, NGOs, politics, science and citizens.
Dr. Gerd Leipold, former Executive Director of the global environmental organization Greenpeace International, has been fighting for a world worth living in for years - with him, contemporary solutions are sought and found. For example, climate risks should be declared in the balance sheet on a mandatory basis - this would have a direct impact on business models.
Katharina Küblböck and Joanna Piel are thrilled that so many different people are addressing the topic of sustainability & climate protection this evening. That gives them hope.
Markus Nitschke firmly believes that the climate - if at all! - can only be saved with the help of technological progress. Everyone together - companies, cities, politicians and every single person - just have to want it.