Direkt zum Inhalt springen
login.png Login    |
de | en
Technical University of Munich

Technical University of Munich

Sitemap > Veranstaltungen und Termine

Veranstaltungen und Termine in der 19. Kalenderwoche 2024, 06.05.2024-12.05.2024

Übersicht über aktuelle Termine, Veranstaltungen und Vorträge an der Technischen Universität München oder für Angehörige der Hochschule.

Termine und Fristen von Prüfungen tragen Sie bitte nicht hier, sondern in den Prüfungskalender ein.

Mit der URL http://portal.mytum.de/termine/export_as_ical können Sie alle Termine auch als iCal abonnieren.

Download der Semestertermine SS 2014 als ical

Monday, 06.05.2024

06.05.2024, 11:00

TUM Entrepreneurship Day 2024

TUM Stammgelände

Anna-Sophie Rauschenbach

06.05.2024, 19:00 - 20:30

Empowering Action for Ocean Conservation: Insights, Initiatives, and the Need to Love our Ocean

Did you know that everyone has a strong impact on “Life below water” and our marine ecosystems, even though we here in Bavaria live so far away from the ocean? Do you want to learn how and why we need to act now for our oceans and marine life? Then join this lecture by Frank Schweikert, Founder and Director of the German Ocean Foundation. He will explain how the daily work of the institutions he is involved in contribute to a meaningful status improvement of the world’s largest ecosystem – the ocean. Although we humans depend on a healthy ocean to survive on planet Earth and the ocean is connected to all our rivers, we nearly know nothing about it. So, let’s dive into this amazing and still unknown ecosystem, allow ourselves to be inspired to change how we think, act, and feel about the ocean, and learn how we, even as students, can sustainably impact the future of “Life below water”.

Hybrid: Lecture Hall 0980 (AUDIMAX) and via Zoom


Wednesday, 08.05.2024

08.05.2024, 18:00 - 19:30

Transformation Towards Long-term Sustainability Beyond Sustainable Development Goals (BeyondSDG)

Countries are not on track to meet the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development that comprises 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and 169 targets to be achieved by 2030. Although SDGs aim to shift the world onto a sustainable and resilient path, countries are not yet able to make transformative changes for long-term sustainability that require building social prosperity and foundations within planetary boundaries. Failing to achieve SDGs will negatively affect billions of people and worsen environmental conditions and socio-economic problems. Therefore, BeyondSDG aims to understand the necessary conditions for long-term sustainability, including achieving SDGs, based on the following specific objectives: identify critical targets for prioritizing SDGs; investigate the effects of (under)achieving SDGs on long-term sustainability beyond 2030; and identify sustainability targets for the post-2030 development agenda. For this, BeyondSDG applies a threefold scientific approach that combines statistical analysis of empirical and modelled data, qualitative analysis of literature, and knowledge co-creation with stakeholders, including sectoral experts and policymakers, based on systems thinking. This combination of three approaches is complementary and essential to deal with the complex topic of long-term sustainability.

Hybrid: Lecture Hall N1190 and via Zoom