Summit Meeting of World Market Leaders, Schwäbisch Hall
The Summit of World Market Leaders is the top event in the "home of world market leaders" and the largest meeting of actual and potential world market leaders, consultants and political decision makers in Germany. The event networks the hidden champions of the German SME sector and shows how to become and remain a world market leader.
Michael Braungart will give a keynote speech on the topic of Cradle to Cradle at 2:30 p.m. in the section "Germany as a pioneer of sustainable innovations?" and participate in the subsequent panel discussion.
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Future Food, Museum of Bread and Art, Ulm, Germany
What will we have on our plates in the year 2050? A good old-fashioned steak? Veggie burgers? Meat grown in a laboratory? Or will the plate be empty because we can no longer generate enough food to satisfy the world's growing population?
At 6:30 pm, Michael Braungart will speak on the topic "A new organic - consumption climate positive".
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Municipal Building of the Future, Webinar - Goals and Challenges for Cities, Counties and Municipalities, Webinar
The dawned decade represents a very big challenge for all actors in the field of public real estate in view of the climate protection goals 2030/2045. Therefore, the German Association of Cities has addressed this issue and developed a corresponding recommendation for action for cities.
It is a handout to pursue sustainability goals in building and renovation and to award planning and construction services based on the criteria for sustainable and sufficiency-oriented building. The goal should be to make better use of existing resources.
The webinar will present the key points for municipal construction. The aim is to strengthen the exemplary function in all municipal construction measures. The focus must be on sustainable, economical and innovative as well as quality planning and construction.
Furthermore, the webinar will present the Cradle to Cradle concept by the originator of this approach and the updated certification system for renovations by a DGNB representative. A contribution from municipal practice on approaches and implementation steps in the planning and construction processes will round off the webinar program.
Michael Braungart will give a presentation on "Cradle-to-Cradle - Opportunities for the Circular Economy in Municipal Construction" at 11:30 am.
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“Open Your Mouth” Karlsruhe Lecture Series 2022, Karlsruhe
The Karlsruhe Lectures presented under the heading of “Open Your Mouth” owe their existence to the realization that innovation and creative design are unable to unfold their convincing and desirable vital forces in the absence of painful processes. The Karlsruhe Academy of Advanced Dental Studies has invited the public and members of the dental profession to these lectures since 1983.
It has always been the case that those persons are held in particularly high regard who creatively add to the ongoing process of value generation by the example they set in life and through the power of their language and their ideas.
“Open your mouth” is the sentence at the beginning of any activity by a dentist. Persons seek the dentist‘s help, and are ready to open their mouth, in order to escape a state of suff ering from pain and fear. By treating his patients‘ teeth, the dentist preserves their mouth, face, self-confi dence, and speech.
Opening one‘s mouth in the dentist‘s chair and doing so in public are ventures enjoying no great popularity, being inevitably associated with some amount of pain, and yet are indispensable. The speakers presenting Karlsruhe “Open-Your-Mouth” lectures, their lifes‘ achievements and their topics of choice assign model character to the “Open Your Mouth” topos. It amalgamates into an impressive symbiosis dental and societal interventions.
"Cradle to Cradle as an Opportunity for Innovation" - this is the title of Prof. Michael Braungart's presentation at the Karlsruhe "Mund auf" 2022 lecture (11 am).
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