Lunch with... Berlin, October 8, 2020

“Decoupled and unbound: resource conservation as an opportunity for European prosperity”

Virtual table talk with Martin Stuchtey, economist and geologist.

Another time the Alfred Herrhausen Gesellschaft hosts a virtual table talk with Martin Stuchtey in the event series "Lunch with...". Stuchtey is a geologist and economist and holds a professorship for sustainable resource management at the Institute of Geography at the University of Innsbruck. With the guest of the event in October, he will discuss the concept of a circular economy and its possible contribution to a just and sustainable society.

The project "Lunch with..." was established by the Alfred Herrhausen Gesellschaft at the beginning of 2020. Free thinking, preferably controversial and versatile, is the leitmotif of this series. The thematic table talks begin with impulse lectures by very different guest speakers, who then enter into dialogue with a limited number of invited guests. Initially, the focus will be on Alfred Herrhausen's themes and thoughts, which the speakers will take up, think further and transfer into future-oriented discourses.

Currently, the table talks are only virtual.

Participation in the table talks is by invitation only. For further information please contact Antonia Marx or Matthias Weber.