SAPEA was invited to participate in the Berlin Science Week for the second time this year. Registration to our session “Time travel and climate: changing the past to fix the future. How could a time machine help us reinvent our energy system?” is now open. This is a fully hybrid event, which means that participants present in Berlin Naturkundemuseum and those connecting online will have equal opportunities to interact with the invited experts.
Berlin Science Week is a 10-day international festival that brings together the world’s most innovative scientific organisations in Berlin and online to celebrate science and facilitate an open and interdisciplinary exchange of ideas and knowledge. With thousands of participants, it is one of the largest science events and takes place annually from 1–10 November.
Throughout ten festival days and beyond, debates and knowledge exchange are being fostered in an open and interdisciplinary spirit. This year’s topics range from diversity in science, the ethics of AI, the future of mobility to circular economies, or to the question whether we are prepared for the next pandemic – or not?