Addressing Climate Change at the Nexus of Technology, Business, and Policy
Climate Change forces humanity to hurry to find solutions to make an impact at scale. Xiangkun (Elvis) Cao, Schmidt Science Fellow at MIT, Activate Fellow, and 2022 Lindau Alumnus, works in the field of carbon management as a component to address climate change.
Taking Action on Global Health Consequences of Climate Change
At #LINO23, Laureates, Young Scientists and guests aimed to inspire action on climate change and its frightening impact on global health.
Young scientists at #LINO22 – Dark Matter of the Biological Universe
#LINO22 participant Conor Crawford introduces us to the so called "glyco verse" where sugar molecules play the central role.
Nobel Prize in Physics 2021: Distilling Complexity of Our Climate and Other Systems
The Nobel Prize in Physics 2021 will be awarded to three scientists who have been predicting climate change for a long time.
How Nobel-Winning Physics Might Lead To a Green Revolution
Three ideas from Physics to produce energy in a climate-friendly way.
Tackling Climate Change: Low Hanging Fruit and Hidden Emissions
What are the most promising strategies to stop climate change?
Nobel Prize in Physics 2021
The Nobel Prize in Physics 2021 will be awarded one half jointly to Syukuro Manabe and Klaus Hasselmann, and the other half to Giorgio Parisi.
Topics of the Lindau Online Sciathon 2021
The topics of the Lindau Online Sciathon 2021 are based on the panel discussions of #LINO70.
Climate Change is Upon us. Can we Stop it in Time?
Four sessions during #LINO70 focused on Climate Change as it is one of the most important and demanding topics of our time.
Fighting COVID-19 While Mitigating Global Climate Change
Killing two birds with one stone: fighting COVID-19 while mitigating global climate change
Handling COVID-19 and Climate Change, a Familiar Tragedy Looms
What do green pastures, COVID-19, and climate change have in common? More than you probably think, it´s all about the "Tragedy of the Commons".
A Set of Guidelines for the Next Generation of Scientists
How can science become more global, sustainable and cooperative?