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1st Straubing Sustainability Talks at the TUM Campus Straubing

TUMCS | PM | 11.10.2023

On Monday, 23 October 2023, the Straubing Sustainability Talks will take place for the first time at the TUM Campus Straubing (TUMCS) – a new joint format of the Hochschulstadt Straubing e.V. and the TUM Campus. The central topic of the colloquium is dealing with CO2 and what mankind can do to reduce carbon dioxide emissions.

In this event, the organisers want to show the scientific basis of how CO2 is produced and how it works. To this end, the organisers have invited high-ranking experts to present options and efforts on how carbon dioxide can be avoided, stored and used.

“We also want to clear up false assumptions,” says Toni Hinterdobler, chairman of Hochschulstadt Straubing e.V. “Our experts will present the economic policy control instruments and their regional dimension.” Finally, climate and energy politician Lisa Badum (Bündnis 90/Die Grünen), Chairman of the Finance Committee Alois Rainer (CSU), Bernd Buckenhofer, Executive Board Member of the Bavarian Association of Cities and Towns, as well as entrepreneur Hubertus Bader (Nusser Mineralöl GmbH) will discuss the issues surrounding the extent of regulation through political action in a panel discussion.

The Straubing Sustainability Talks will regularly take a deeper look at the guiding theme of sustainability in individual aspects, discuss it and provide social and political impetus.

The event will take place on 23 October from 5 to 8 p.m. in the lecture hall U7 of the TUM Campus Straubing, Uferstraße 53. The public is cordially invited to attend this colloquium. During the break and after the event, there will be time for lively discussions over snacks and drinks.

You can download the program here.