You’re invited: November events at the Centre for Sustainability

From careers in sustainability to research on climate finance and a presentation on how weaponised interdependence is transforming the global environment, we have a lot in store.

Whether you are a student, researcher, or professional with an interest in climate policy, energy policy, and/or sustainability, or you're just curious to learn more about these topics, we invite you to join us at our upcoming events! Our events are always visible on our Events Page, but we've rounded them up here for an easy overview. You can register for an event by clicking on its title.

Demanding development: The political economy of climate finance and overseas investments from China with Professor Kelly Sims Gallagher

Tuesday, 22.11.2022 | 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm (CET) | Online

Curious about climate finance? Join our Sustainability Colloquium with Kelly Sims Gallagher to discuss how external funding in recipient countries can drive climate change mitigation projects. This discussion will be moderated by Christian Flachsland, and is part of our Sustainability Colloquium.

Professional Perspectives Networking Event: Climate and Energy
Thursday, 24.11.2022 | 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm (CET) | Hertie School Forum

Interested in working in the Climate and Energy Sector? Join us for our networking event with 8 organisations from the field to find out what employers are looking for, what opportunities are available and how to prepare for a future career industry. This event is co-hosted by Career Development and the Centre for Sustainability.

Europe in the era of weaponised interdependence
Tuesday, 29.11.2022 | 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm (CET) | Hertie School Forum

Join us for a presentation by Henry Farrell and Abraham Newman on how the logic of weaponised interdependence is radically transforming the global environment for Europe and Germany. Our guest speakers are Professors Henry Farell (Johns Hopkins University) and Abraham Newman (Georgetown University). Chaired by Prof. Dr. Cornelia Woll, with an introduction from Prof. Christian Flachsland. This event is co-hosted by the Centre for International Security and the Centre for Sustainability.

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