climate change

Wasserstoff: Technik - Projekte - Politik

Im Rahmen der öffentlichen Ringvorlesung Lectures for Future der Hochschule München hält DIPLOMA-Dozent Dr. David Novak einen Vortrag unter dem Titel Wasserstoff: Technik - Projekte - Politik und stellt dabei sein gleichnamiges neues Buch vor.

Why Electric Cars Are Struggling to Break through the Market—Today and Probably in the Future

Purpose: In the context of global overheating (belittling it as “climate change”), the entire mobility sector, which also includes private individual transport, must make its contribution to decarbonization (goal: 0-CO2 emissions). Politi-cians, against their better judgment, chose e-mobility as the only conceivable solution and finally decided on it and are now surprised that many drivers cannot, do not want to and perhaps will not opt for this type of technology.

Sustainability and climate change will become game changers – shortly

Status regarding climate change and needed activities - The 2015 Paris Agreement was the first global climate conference to set binding targets that must be implemented. Climate change must be combated globally, based on the UN guidelines on the sustainability triangle and the 17 goals. The necessary changes in technologies will affect everyone, regardless of whether they are business (including SMEs there), society / politics and climate protection / sustainability. In the energy sector (production, distribu-tion and application) in particular, massive changes will have to be made as part of the imperative to de-carbonize.