New articles (mainly in German)

ZEIT Magazin Wissen, Januar/Februar 2018
The power of our conscience

ZEIT Magazin Wissen, Januar/Februar 2018
Interview with former UNEP director Klaus Töpfer, led jointly with Max Rauner

GEO, December 2017
How good are we really? Report on moral research

Yale E360, November 14,2017
In Drive to Cut Emissions, Germany Confronts Its Car Culture

Yale E360, January 12,2017
Republican Who Led the EPA Urges Confronting Trump on Climate

Yale E360,20 October 2016
Offshore wind energy is booming in Europe

Yale E360,
How the Attack on Science Is Becoming a Global Contagion

GEO compact number 48, September 2016
The fantastic world of the Oneironauts (clarifiers)

FAZ Feuilleton, August 19,2016
From one who always went into the same river
Clean fresh water is a precious commodity: the chemist Andreas Fath has swum all along the Rhine to draw attention to this fact.

FAZ Research and Teaching, 13 July 2016
What bothers the nightingale
Those who do not grow will have to give way: agriculture has become a large collectivist industry. Can agricultural sciences reconcile ecology and economics?

Yale E360, July 6,2016
Vanishing Act: Why insects are declining and why it matters

FAZ Feuilleton, July 4,2016
The cheerful science of lying
Right-wing conservative politicians don’t want to know anything about ecology. The counter reconnaissance planes are powerful.

Cicero, Capital, July 2016
They call it cat’s gold
Lusatia’s lignite threatens not only the climate, but also drinking water

GEO, June 2016
Sugar: The Sweet Conflicting Substance – How Dangerous is it?

GEO Special Edition on the 40th Anniversary of the Newspaper, June 2016
Environment: The plundered paradise. The state of nature is critical in many places. Nevertheless, there is reason for hope.

GEO Knowledge Nutrition, May 2016
It’s the milk! – Really?

FAS – Travel section, 8 May 2016
night train to nowhere
Deutsche Bahn sends its sleeping cars to the siding. In ecological terms, they are much more sensible than cheap flights.

New Zurich newspaper, 7 May 2016
Growth instead of shrinkage – The unexpected increase in the German population

FAZ Natur und Wissenschaft, 4 May 2016
Clear the way – What happens when famous researchers die

FAZ Natur und Wissenschaft, 4 May 2016
The trend is towards clean windshields
The number of insects in the country has fallen drastically. For this reason, biodiversity researchers have been alerted: there is still no solid monitoring system.

FAZ Feuilleton, 20 April 2016
Fate of a shrinking movement
Our society is becoming greyer and more colourful: Thomas Straubhaar calls for a new reflection in the demographic debate.

FAZ Natur und Wissenschaft, 20 April 2016
The current measured values remind us to act
A conversation with the American climate researcher Ralph Keeling about the latest carbon dioxide record

FAZ Feuilleton, April 1,2016
Renewable is good, but foregoing is better
Christiane Grefe invites you to an informative journey through the world of bioeconomics

DIE ZEIT Magazine Knowledge, 03/2016
The Theatre of Knowledge
Scientists on the current state of non-knowledge

Cicero, Capital, March 2016
Everyone has to pay for their own CO2 emissions.
Interview with the environmental economist Andreas Löschel from Münster

FAZ Feuilleton, 31 March 2016
Beware of the digital world police
Artificial intelligence can be dangerous. Technology must not be left to a superpower.

FAZ Natur und Wissenschaft, 23 March 2016
Garden dieback – Closure of the Botanical Garden in Saarbrücken is a scandal

Yale E360,19 February 2016
Moving beyond the Autobahn: Germany shifts its transportation focus to bicycles
Feature about the new trend to build own fast lanes for cyclists

FAZ Feuilleton/Specialist Books, 19 February 2016
Is there a school of the future?
Review of the new book “Who Survives” by Reiner Klingholz and Wolfgang Lutz
Blendle link

DIE ZEIT policy, 11 February 2016
Count like Augustus
Why Germany needs a new, traditional census in order to plan its future well.
With Andreas Rinke
Blendle link

FAZ, February 10,2016
Scenery for aristocrats
The Colonial Roots of Nature Conservation – Report from a conference at the University of Maastricht
Blendle link

FAZ Research and Teaching, 27 January 2016
Migration backgrounds of biology
How the philosopher Georg Toepfer explores the wandering boundaries of the life sciences.
Blendle link

GEO, 02/2016
Acid against the sun
Interview with geoengineering researcher David Keith, who wants to artificially cool the world’s climate

FAZ Supplement Nature and Science
The Scars of Civilization, January 7,2016
online version

FAZ Non-fiction, January 2016
The marginalized one

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