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How does global climate policy actually work? What role do behavioural changes play in achieving climate goals? Is a climate-neutral Europe possible? And what consequences must we expect if we do not act now? These are the questions asked by the Berlin students of the #FridaysForFuture movement. The HU scientist Carl-Friedrich Schleussner, in cooperation with the knowledge transfer team of the Berlin #FridaysForFuture movement, has found them out. "For weeks now, scientific events have been taking place on Fridays at the Berlin Museum für Naturkunde, and many people have also taken part in our online survey on questions to science," explains Alexander from the Berlin FFF team. The following events of the lecture series will take place from 2:30 - 4:00 p.m. at the Museum für Naturkunde. Invited are children, young people and trainees as well as scientists. Representatives of the press are cordially invited to participate in the event and report on it.

Dates: (talks in German)

17. Mai 2019 Prof. Dr. Sabine Fuss: Das 1.5C Ziel erreichen – Dekarbonisierung, Verhaltensänderungen und CO2 Entnahmen 

31. Mai 2019 Dr. Carl Friedrich Schleussner: Die Folgen des Nichthandelns – von Wetterextremen zu Kipppunkten des Klimasystems 

7. Juni 2019 Prof. Dr. Claudia Kemfert: Die wirtschaftlichen Chancen einer klugen Energiewende: Warum 100 Prozent erneuerbar in Europa technisch machbar und wirtschaftlich lohnend ist