On Board of Polarstern

Last year the Polarstern research ship has set sail. For a whole year, it was drifting, frozen into the ice floe, through the arctic. Join Prof. Dr. Antje Boetius, Dr. Markus Rex, Expedition leader of the MOSAiC expedition, Esther Horvath, photographer, and Philipp Griess, producer, filmmaker for exclusive insights into this unique project.

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Transformation of health

Prof. Dr. Lothar Wieler and medical historian Prof. Dr. Dr. Alfons Labisch are talking about how to deal with pandemics and how it was handled in the past. Hosted by: Kai Kupferschmidt

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Homeland Earth - Protect and be protected.

Why was the Corona virus able to spread so quickly and what does it have to do with the environment? Fritz Habekuß in conversation with Prof. Dr. Josef Settele.

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Changing Planet

In the Arctic, we can explore how our earth was formed and how it is changing. Prof. Dr Antje Boetius tells of fascinating but also frightening developments.

  • 00:40

Granting Nature Legal Rights.

The impact and the price that nature, and ultimately we humans, pay as a result of excessive exploitation and ruthless economic interests is becoming increasingly clear. More and more court rulings and laws around the world are granting rights to nature in order to protect and preserve it. A case study from the Mississippi - with Fritz Habekuß and Dirk Steffens

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A discussion at the interface between...

...activism, climate change, fiction and society. They are called climate rebels, but is it really rebellious to demand that politicians* listen to scientific evidence and address the climate goals? A discussion with Frank Schätzing und Carla Reemtsma. Hosted by Petra Ahne

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Sustainable strategies for the world of tomorrow

Looking ahead with Prof. Dr. Maja Göpel, Prof.Dr. Gerald H. Haug and Prof. Dr. Antje Boetius  - hosted by Fritz Habekuß.

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