Donnerstag, 27. Januar 2022, 13:15 - 15:15 iCal

Panel Discussion moderated by Christina Plank

Panel Discussion "Climate-social politics: How to shape a just and emission-free society?"


Antrittsvorlesung, Public Lecture

In the framework of this year's lecture series "Climate Change and Climate Crisis" focuses on "transformative concepts and innovation" we cordially invite you to a panel discussion


Christina Plank (moderation)

Katharina Bohnenberger, Marlene Engelhorn, Hendrik Theine, Katarina Vrtikapa (panelists)


27 January 2022


1:15 p.m.


"Climate-social politics: How to shape a just and emission-free society?"


Christina Plank is a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute for Development Research at University of Natural Resources and Life Science, Vienna (BOKU) with a research focus on political ecology, state theory and critical agrarian studies.


Katharina Bohnenberger is a socio-ecological economist at the Institute of Socio-Economics, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany, with a focus on empirical inequality research.


Marlene Engelhorn is advocating for tax justice for taxmenow and also part of a group of young people with wealth fighting for redistribution of wealth, land and power after the model of Resource Generation.


Hendrik Theine is a postdoctoral researcher at the Department of Economics, Vienna University of Economics and Business, interested in critical political economy analyses in the areas of media, economic inequality, platform capitalism and climate change.


Katarina Vrtikapa is an economist and board member of BEIGEWUM.



Join us for an exciting lecture!


The panel discussion is open to the public.


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Christa Schleper, Franz Essl, Patrick Sakdapolrak (University of Vienna), Agnes Pürstinger, Veronika Winter (Fridays 4 Future)


Nathalia Jandl
Faculty of Life Sciences
Archaea Biology & Ecogenomics Unit, Dept Functional and Evolutionary Ecology
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