with Monika Mondal
At a recent Communication Lab gathering in Berlin, participants from over 20 countries discussed communication challenges linked to emerging technologies and critical issues, such as AI and climate innovations. They also engaged with experts, including those from Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, and had a public debate on politics’ influence on research. Tobias Krüger emphasized the responsibility…
In an interview in the HU News room, Jörg Niewöhner talks about how we ignore the consequences of our lifestyle and why dealing with the climate and energy crisis is also a question of perspective. 14 researchers of IRI THESys have been monitoring the situation in different countries for months. Their findings were presented publicly…
A newspaper article in the Tagesspiegel describes how the IRI THESys project Water security for whom? explores mega-dams and where the challenges lie on the ground. The interdisciplinary project investigates in/equalities around multipurpose reservoirs in Colombia.
In this concise writing for the Centre for East European and International Studies (ZOiS), Dr. Beril Ocaklı revisits the saga of the now complete nationalisation of Kyrgyzstan’s largest gold mine ‘Kumtor’. Therein, she spotlights the insidious slow violence that the Kyrgyzstani state perpetuates through gold mining and conceals through the never-ending resource controversies around lost…
with Robert Arlinghaus
In this portrait of the EdiCitNet project in Andernach, project members talk about their engagement in making the community more aware of how food is grown. The subproject even utilizes the old courtyard to house chickens and sell their eggs in a local shop. See the article and photos on the DW website.
with Tobias Krüger
with Theresa Frommen
with Gretchen Bakke