Dr. Reiner Klingholz
Chemist | Author | Science Journalist | Demography Researcher
Reiner Klingholz is one of Germany's most renowned demography experts and a successful book author. With a doctorate in chemistry, he was an editor at DIE ZEIT and GEO and editorial director of GEO WISSEN. From 2003 to 2019, Klingholz headed the Berlin Institute for Population and Development, a think tank on issues of international demographic change. Reiner Klingholz has published several nonfiction books, most recently "Wer überlebt? Bildung entscheidet über die Zukunft der Menschheit" (2016, Campus Verlag) and in April 2021 "Zu viel für diese Welt" (Edition Körber).