Thursday, 23 November, 6.45pm
Akademie der Künste, Pariser Platz 4
The Café Climate aims to engage in a dialogue at equal level with civil society, experts and political actors on the topics of climate, energy, democracy, arts and culture. In an informal atmosphere, at small tables, like in a café. It is organised by a working group of the European Alliance of Academies, which is made up of various artistic and cultural actors from all over Europe.
Three questions move us:
– How the climate crisis affects our daily lives.
– How the climate crisis threatens democracy.
– How the climate crisis affects art and culture.
The Café Climate event series is taking place for the third time – always in different contexts and settings such as playgrounds, university campus etc. On 23 November, Café Climate would like to discuss the following questions in particular:
– Energy and democracy
– Energy and War
– Energy, Narratives and Identities
With Benjamin Beuerle (Historian), Petja Ivanova (Visual artist), Jovana Popić (Visual artist), Eckhard Roelcke (Journalist and Activist Die letzte Generation, Willem de Rooij (Artist), Matthias Schuler (Clima Engineering), Iris ter Schiphorst (Composer), Ingo Uhlig (Media and literary scientist), Cécile Wajsbrot (writer).
An event of the European Alliance of Academies as part of the Literature Days „What drives us: Energy and energeia between politics and poetics“.