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The researchers analyze how authorities and enterprises put energy projects into practice and the way people respond to them. Picture: Pixelio

Dispute over the Wind Turbine – How Civic Participation Influences Germany’s Energy Transition

The goal is ambitious: By 2025 renewable energy should make up at least 40% of the German power mix and at least 55% by 2035. Wind parks, solar fields, biogas plants, and electrical grids are being built on the path towards the...
21. May 2015
The goal is ambitious: By 2025 renewable energy should make up at least 40% of the German power mix and at least 55% by 2035. Wind parks, solar fields, biogas plants, and electrical grids are being built on the path more ...
Picture: Joana Schmidt

Vanderbijlpark, May 5th, 2015, day 11

After a long, incredibly exciting weekend, we drive back to the university this morning. In order not to throw us in the cold of everyday university life, Susan van Rooy Coezhee-organized a small safari on the university...
26. May 2015
After a long, incredibly exciting weekend, we drive back to the university this morning. In order not to throw us in the cold of everyday university life, Susan van Rooy Coezhee-organized a small safari on the more ...
Picture: Diana Banmann

Vanderbijlpark/Pretoria, May 4th, 2015, Day 10

On our last day off before we go back to the university tomorrow, we are making a trip to the capital of South Africa, Pretoria. Quite contrary to our expectations, we like the city very much and we take many photos. Particularly...
08. May 2015
On our last day off before we go back to the university tomorrow, we are making a trip to the capital of South Africa, Pretoria. Quite contrary to our expectations, we like the city very much and we take many photos. more ...
Dr. Emmanuel Nuesiri. Picture: Karla Fritze

Forests all over the World – BRAIN Research Fellow Emmanuel Nuesiri Examines How Climate Policy Reaches the People

Emmanuel Nuesiri’s work often takes him to the forest but he is not a forester, biologist, or lumberjack. Nuesiri is a political scientist who researches climate and environmental policy: the discrepancy between legislative...
07. May 2015
Emmanuel Nuesiri’s work often takes him to the forest but he is not a forester, biologist, or lumberjack. Nuesiri is a political scientist who researches climate and environmental policy: the discrepancy between more ...
Picture: Diana Banmann

Vanderbijlpark/Sterkfontein, May 2nd 2015, Day 8

Today we get off to a sporty start for our group and take a jog around the block. After breakfast we drive to the Cradle of Humankind ("cradle of humanity") - also known as Maropeng, the Setswana word for "the...
06. May 2015
Today we get off to a sporty start for our group and take a jog around the block. After breakfast we drive to the Cradle of Humankind ("cradle of humanity") - also known as Maropeng, the Setswana word for more ...

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