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The Brahms Hall provided a pleasant atmosphere for the CIT lecture on climate change in the past, the current state of the climate system and possible future developments consistent with diverse pathways of mankind. This topic comprised the first part … Continue reading
When first meeting each other at an event hosted by the Viennese Chamber of Commerce (see below) to which ‘Fridays For Future’ and CIT were both invited as speakers, it became obvious that there is a need to further exchange … Continue reading
20191113-15 F&L’s General Assembly, Naples WMO+F&L+CIT’s survey amongst Transport, Freight and Logistics presented
Our presentation may be found here . For more details on the General Assembly, which was a great success, please click on F&L .
The 8th Meteorology Day from the ÖGM (Austrian Society for Meteorology) was held at the 7th and 8th of November in Salzburg, Austria, at the Edmundsburg. Climate change and weather extremes were the focus of this conference. The contributions ranged … Continue reading
The initiative launched by vice-mayor Helga Krismer to provide the citizens of Baden with insights into the current state of science on the challenges society is facing due to climate change, was an excellent achievement of those organising the event … Continue reading
CIT-keynote @ Climate Talk Josefstadt – interaktive Diskussion zum Klimaschutz, Bezirksvorstehung 1080
The district council (cross-party) invites citizens to take part in a new format, called ‘ClimateTalk Josefstadt’. See the agenda, a newspaper article as well as CIT’s keynote.
CIT-keynote @ EG CSR: Business-Forum: Vom (Klima)Risiko zur Chance – Wirtschaftskammer Wien: ‚Klimawandel findet statt!‘
20190927: Matulla C., K. Enigl, S. Lehner, J. Tordai, F. Frank, A. Mansberger, J. Tordai, F. Schmid, I. Schnetzer ‚Klimawandel findet statt!‘ Keynote bei EG CSR Business-Forum: Vom (Klima)Risiko zur Chance, Wirtschaftskammer Wien WKO (Agenda). An engaging and important event that … Continue reading
CIT-keynote @Water scarcity and flood disasters in the Danube region. Perspectives of cross-border cooperation.
20190626: Bundesministerium für Europa, Integration und Äußeres, Alois Mock-Saal, Wien. The River Danube unites ten countries of Central and Southeastern Europe, serves as logistical artery of associated economies and supplies energy and water to industries as well as agriculture. However, … Continue reading
20190620-21: Hirschwang/Reichenau In sight of the mountains Rax and Schneeberg (water conduits having their sources at the springs located there – which were still built in the monarchy – are known to supply the city of Vienna with high-quality pristine … Continue reading