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It’s the first day of the 2018 national final – a new location, teams from four different regions, two moderators and twelve solutions that have made it through the regional finals.
Gymnasium Wellingdorf (2015) Reduction of Plastic Waste Through [...]
Revolutionising Public Transport And a Bonus System for Bus Tickets – Heinrich-Heine-Schule Heikendorf (2015)Jochen Bast2018-09-12T14:57:43+00:00
Heinrich-Heine-Schule Heikendorf (2015) Revolutionising Public Transport And a [...]
Anne-Frank-Schule Bargteheide (2015) Food Security Through Sustainable Cultivation [...]
Gymnasium Altenholz (2015) A Coherent Response to Migration [...]
Johan Rockström summarises the challenge nicely: “The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) sets targets for ending poverty, protecting the planet, and ensuring prosperity for all. Food is central to achieving this ambitious agenda, as it lies at the heart of most of the 17 SDGs. Food systems are the main cause of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, the main user of fresh water, the leading cause of biodiversity loss, the main driver of land-use change and the main cause behind human interference in biogeochemical cycles such as nitrogen and phosphorus. Nothing short of a global transformation of the food system will be needed to stand any chance of reaching all 17 SDGs. In short, if we get it right with food, we get it right with everything else.”
Unser erstes Regionalfinale 2018 - die Teams der Region Nord haben die Latte sehr hoch gehängt. Neuen ganz unterschiedliche Lösungsansätze, die Lust auf das machen, was uns in den kommenden Wochen in den anderen Regionen erwarten wird.
Digital Transformation and New Forms of Price Differentiation – What about Social Acceptance? (2018)Jochen Bast2018-08-15T06:21:47+00:00
One aspect of digital transformation is the increasing availability of data on consumer preferences and characteristics. This data also allows conclusions to be drawn about the individual willingness to pay for products or services. Where companies have pricing power, they could use this information for individually different prices for comparable products or services.
How exciting! After some weeks of preparation our adventure with YES! finally started. On 16 March 2018, we took the train from Pforzheim to Mannheim to attend our kick-off meeting at the Center for European Economic Research (ZEW).Thanks to our supportive school administration we were exempt from school that day. This was great of course! On the train we took the opportunity to exchange our thoughts about our topic "How to Combat Child Poverty- and How can Children and Adolescents be Best Supported".