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TU Berlin is participating in "Covering Climate Now"

From 15 to 23 September 2019, TU Berlin’s communication activities will also be focusing on climate protection and sustainability. During this period, the University will be taking a close look at what is happening in its labs and reporting throughout the week on current research projects into CO2 management, the phasing-out of coal, wind energy, and the innovative utilization of waste.

The Covering Climate Now action week was co-founded by the Columbia Journalism Review, the journal of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, and the US weekly The Nation. Over 250 media outlets worldwide as well as research institutions have responded to this initiative and will be focusing the attention of their reporting on climate change in the lead-up to the United Nations’ Climate Action Summit to be held in New York on 23 September.

Further information on Covering Climate Now

16 September 2019

Expert service

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TU Berlin is participating in this international climate action week and will be reporting on current research projects into climate protection and sustainability. TU Berlin researchers will also be available for interviews. more to: Expert service

17 September 2019

Rescue for Sardines and Anchovies

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Bioprocess engineers Anja Lemoine and Stefan Junne are researching substitutes for fishmeal and fish oil in aquacultures by fermenting waste into different acids and then feeding these to microalgae. more to: Rescue for Sardines and Anchovies

18 September 2019

A Boost for the Energy Sector

Wind beschäftigt den Wissenschaftler Alexander von Breitenbach im Sport wie im Beruf. Der leidenschaftliche Kitesurfer gehört zur Forschungsgruppe der TU Berlin „Airborne Wind Energy Systems“.
Researcher Alexander von Breitenbach takes a sporting and professional interest in wind as both passionate kite surfer and member of the Airborne Wind Energy Systems research group at TU Berlin.

Airborne wind energy systems augur well for climate friendly energy – flow research conducted at TU Berlin is creating the foundations for this technology more to: A Boost for the Energy Sector

19 September 2019

Germany can use carbon pricing to deliver on climate

Klimaforscher und Ökonom Ottmar Edenhofer
Klimaforscher und Ökonom Ottmar Edenhofer

Climate researcher and economist Ottmar Edenhofer presents new possibilities for German climate policy more to: Germany can use carbon pricing to deliver on climate

19 September 2019

A Threefold Combination of Measures to Tackle Climate Change

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TU Berlin researcher Felix Creutzig emphasizes the necessity for international politics to cooperate more closely and intensively more to: A Threefold Combination of Measures to Tackle Climate Change

20 September 2019

“Natural gas is yesterday’s coal and we need to stop using it“

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TU Berlin’s Professor Christian von Hirschhausen calls for a systematic and complete switch over to renewable energies and a stop to the expansion of the fossil energy infrastructure. more to: “Natural gas is yesterday’s coal and we need to stop using it“

23 September 2019

Bioplastics from Waste Fats

Polyhydroxyalkanoate sind Biopolymere und werden als Bioplastik bezeichnet.
Polyhydroxyalkanoates are biopolymers and are referred to as bioplastics.

Sebastian L. Riedel and Stefan Junne from TU Berlin conduct research into using bacteria to replace plastics derived from fossil oil more to: Bioplastics from Waste Fats

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