21 November 2012
Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna
The Lecture is entitled „Homo Sapiens und der Rest der Natur“.
The impact of human behavior on nature is increasing in an alarming dimension. We are at risk to permanently damage our natural life resources. In the past century the number of people has quadrupled but the consequences for nature where considerably higher. How can and how will this continue throughout this century? How can societies adapt to these inevitable consequences of climate change? Which are the crucial factors? And what can be done today to minimize the damage for nature and humans?
Location Festsaal der ÖAW Dr. Ignaz Seipel-Platz 2 1010 Wien
Organizer: The Austrian Academy of Sciences and the Industriellenvereinigung Wien
More Information: Austrian Academy of Sciences Web site.
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