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Public Climate School: TUM professors give lectures
From 25th to 29th November 2019, the Technical University of Munich (TUM) will be focusing on climate-related topics: six events will provide information on this subject as part of the nationwide Public Climate School – the open climate university for all. Prof. Dr. Gunther Friedl, Dean of the TUM School of Management: “Our faculty wants to make a contribution to major social challenges, including climate change. That is why we want to raise awareness of climate protection’s economic issues during the Public Climate School week”.
Topics range from climate protection to business strategies
Joachim Henkel, Professor of Technology and Innovation Management at the TUM School of Management, will give a lecture on “Value-Based Business Strategies and Innovation” on 25th November (11.30 am to 1 pm), dealing with innovation aspects of climate protection. In a second lecture called “Advanced Technology and Innovation Management” (25th November, 3 to 4.30 pm), he will examine how countries can coordinate their climate protection efforts. Prof. Dr. Michael Suda, Head of the Chair for Forest and Environmental Policy at the TUM School of Management, will also give lectures throughout Climate Week – talking about everything from climate policy to forest reporting.
The Public Climate School is an initiative of Students for Future in cooperation with lecturers from Munich universities and colleges. All dates and public lectures, discussions and workshops can be found here: studentsforfuture-muc.de
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