Reference : Our Successful Future - Video Series on YouTube
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Our Successful Future - Video Series on YouTube
Pfennig, Andreas mailto [Université de Liège - ULiège > Department of Chemical Engineering > PEPs - Products, Environment, and Processes >]
[en] Climate change is a topic of increasing urgency. Since the COP21 Paris Agreement in 2015 everthing appears to be settled. But is this so? How can the climate issues actually be solved? How can we change our energy system to become sustainable? Which other aspects do these changes touch? What do these challenges and changes mean for myself? The first series of videos asks these questions and tries to give competent answers. The evaluations are based on publicly available data, which are put into relation such that the major drivers become obvious. The consequences and conclusions also for our individual life are explained. The structure is explained in the first video. The videos on exergy and bioeconomy regard some detailed challenges of bio-economy. The conclusions then summarize the findings and results. The final videos of the series answer on a more philosophical basis the question why we are personally responsible for our sustainable life. The videos are:
00 Very Short Summary
01 Introduction, Summary
02 World Population
03 Sustainable Energy Transition
04 Food vs. Bio-Energy & Bio-Materials
05 A Word on IPCC Scenarios
06 A Short Word on EU Sustainable Energy Strategy
07 Exergy to Quantify Energy
08 Bio- or CO2-Economy
09 Individual and Political Consequences
Philosophical Aspects:
10 The Physical Basis
11 Causality
12 Consciousness
13 Free Will and Responsibility
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