• English
  • Deutsch
Facebook icon
LinkedIn icon
Twitter icon
YouTube icon
Header image Ecologic

Dinner Dialogue

showing 21-30 of 64 results

Pages

Wildlife in a Changing Climate - How does climate change effect biodiversity and eco-systems and how to respond to it?

TimeLoc
30 September 2010
Berlin
Germany
Speaker

On 30 September 2010, a transatlantic Ecologic Dinner Dialogue on “Widlife in a Changing Climate - How does climate change effect biodiversity and eco-systems and how to respond to it?“ was held in Berlin in honour of Jeremy Symons, Senior Vice President for Conservation and Education of the US National Wildlife Federation (NWF). The discussion focused on exploring the main...Read more

The Ecological Footprint: How should we define prosperity in a world of scarce resources?

TimeLoc
15 September 2010
Berlin
Germany
Speaker

On 15 September 2010, an Ecologic Institute Dinner Dialogue took place in Berlin on the topic of the „Ecological Footprint“. The guest of honor was Mathis Wackernagel, president of the Global Footrprint Network. At the center of the discussion was the thesis that wealth and prosperity must be redefined...Read more

Energy Security in 2050: A conversation about innovative policy-making

TimeLoc
9 June 2010
Berlin
Germany
Speaker

On 9 June 2010, an Ecologic Dinner Dinner Dialogue took place, featuring Vice Admiral Dennis McGinn (ret.) who shared his insights about the security implications of domestic energy supplies. In the face of climate change and growing concerns over energy supplies, Dennis McGinn stressed the need for innovative policy-making.

Dennis...Read more

Responding to Climate Change – The ongoing work of the U.S. National Academies Committee on America's Climate Choices

TimeLoc
23 March 2010
Speaker

The ongoing work of the U.S. National Academies Committee on America's Climate Choices was the topic of a Transatlantic Dinner Dialogue on 23 March 2010 in honour of Donald F. Boesch. The National Academy of Sciences (NAS) addresses critical national issues and gives advice based on scientific findings to...Read more

Geoengineering and the Freedom of Research

TimeLoc
16 February 2010
Berlin
Germany
Speaker

An Ecologic Dinner Dialogue featuring Lee Lane, Resident Fellow and Co-Director of the American Enterprise Institute’s Geoengineering Project, was held in Berlin on 16 February 2010. Following Lee Lane’s introductory speech, participants discussed the technical, political, sociological and legal aspects of geoengineering and the way in which future research...Read more

Environmental Think Tanks as Actors and Research Objects – Comparing the U.S. and EU Perspectives

TimeLoc
12 October 2009
Berlin
Germany
Speaker

On 12 October 2009, a transatlantic Ecologic Dinner Dialogue was held in Berlin in honour of James G. McGann, Director of the “Think Tanks and Foreign Policy Program” of the Foreign Policy Research Institute (FPRI) at the University of Pennsylvania. In his talk, James G. McGann presented the findings of his latest research on environmental think tanks and laid out...Read more

Current Trends in the American Climate Debate and Prospects for a Global Deal in Copenhagen 2009

TimeLoc
7 July 2009
Speaker
On 7 July 2009, the Ecologic Institute co-hosted a Dinner Dialogue on "Current Trends in the American Climate Debate and Prospects for a Global Deal in Copenhagen" with the German Marshall Fund of the US. Keynote speakers were Elliot Diringer, Vice President for International Strategies at the Pew Center on Global Climate Change, and Nicole Wilke, Head of Division for International Climate Policy at the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety.Read more

Transatlantic Transition towards a Low Carbon Economy

TimeLoc
27 April 2009
Berlin
Germany
Speaker

FlavinAn Ecologic Dinner Dialogue featuring Christopher Flavin, President of Worldwatch Institute, was held in Berlin on 27 April 2009. Christopher Flavin provided detailed insights on recent developments in U.S. climate and energy policy. Participant discussion focused primarily on the implications of these U.S. developments for international climate policy. The event was part of the...Read more

The Role of Think Tanks in International Environmental Governance

TimeLoc
20 April 2009
Washington DC
United States
Speaker

Sonja WaeltiOn 20 April 2009, an Ecologic Dinner Dialogue was held in Washington DC in honour of Sonja Wälti, Assistant Professor of Public Policy, School of Public Affairs, American University, Washington, D.C. Sonja Wälti presented questions on the role of think tanks in the context of international environmental governance as an introduction for the discussion.

First,...Read more

Pages

Subscribe to Dinner Dialogue