German-Brazilian Dialogue “Cities and Climate“

between 17 and 21 May 2021, 2 – 6 pm (BRT)
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The University of Münster is prominently represented this year at the 9th German-Brazilian Dialogue on Science, Research and Innovation on "Cities and Climate – The Multi-Level Governance Challenge". Prof. Dr. Sabine Schlacke (Professor of Public Law, in particular Spatial, Planning and Environmental Law) – who was involved in the Scientific Committee for the programming of the Dialogue – and Prof. Dr. Andreas Löschel (Chair of Microeconomics, in particular Energy and Economic Resources) will contribute with lectures to the discussion on the impact of climate change into the development of cities of the future.

Due to the pandemic, the event will be held online for the first time, so that those interested from Brazil and Germany, or the WWU, can also register for the lecture programme and networking sessions with German and Brazilian researchers on this link. Information on the event can be found here.

The German-Brazilian Dialogue on Science, Research and Innovation is organised annually by the German Centre for Research and Innovation São Paulo (DWIH-SP) together with the funding agency FAPESP (São Paulo Research Foundation) and has been one of the most important scientific events between the two countries for many years. The aim of this event is to promote the collaboration between researchers from Germany and Brazil, especially from São Paulo.


Dialogue-Magazin with interviews with Prof. Schlacke and Prof. Löschel