The new podcast series “Sustainability. Time to Change” presented by TUM Institute for LifeLong Learning, dives into the work of our TUM community and shares their vision of how their work can help to improve the world we live in. In the first mini-series which will air over the next couple of weeks, the podcast hosts John Pye and Thomas Münch of TUM Institute for LifeLong Learning talk with their guests about the topic: “Sustainability. Time to Change.”
Ancient adhesives made from materials found in nature have been holding together cathedrals for hundreds of years. Cordt Zollfrank investigates this long-forgotten knowledge with the aim to develop environmentally friendly adhesives.
The second digital meeting of the EWG Retail Ops took place on March 26th, 2021, and attracted 57 participants, from U.S., Asia and Europe, and was organized by Sandra Transchel (Kuehne Logistics University) and Alexander Huebner (Technical University Munich).
Lena Riesenegger had already been privately committed to climate and environmental protection for several years before she also found a way to integrate the topic into her professional work: at the TUM Campus Straubing, she is currently writing and researching for her doctoral thesis at the Chair of Supply and Value Chain Management. The problem she addresses is devastating and highly topical.