The foundation of progress is innovation. Questioning the status quo and renewing the foundation of prosperity unleashes creative potential, which is necessary to approach global challenges. We are living in a world in which it becomes obvious, that progress is not only understood in terms of technology and economy, but needs to be considered from a social and ecological angle as well. In doing so, sustainability and climate protection play a central role as a principle for a modern economic and industrial policy. Only thus can we succeed in managing a comprehensive transformation towards a knowledge-based economy, that efficiently handles resources and takes the value creation process into consideration.
Three French-German think tanks join forces for the first time to reflect upon the EU digital technologies strategy. Dedicated to cybersecurity, the second conference of the “EU Digital Challenges” series will take place in Berlin on 7 November 2018.
How can progressive public policy shape work in the digital age? In the comprehensive volume “Work in the Digital Age”, Das Progressive Zentrum’s Policy Fellows Max Neufeind and Florian Ranft as well as co-editor Jacqueline O’Reilly (University of Sussex) identify potential risks and develop an agenda to make work fit for the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Their book brings together the analyses of more than 50 policy experts from across the globe.
Three French-German think tanks join forces for the first time to reflect upon the EU digital technologies strategy. The first conference of the series “EU Digital Challenges” will take place in Paris on July 11, 2018.
For the first time, three French-German think tanks join forces to reflect upon the EU digital technologies strategy: Renaissance Numérique, EuropaNova, and Das Progressive Zentrum. As a concrete realization of this partnership, the think tanks are launching a common series of conferences in both France and Germany: “EU Digital Challenges”.
Join the Climate Reality Leadership Corps training and work with former US Vice President Al Gore and renowned climate scientists and communicators to learn about what’s happening to our planet and how you can use social media, powerful storytelling, and personal outreach to inspire audiences to take action. Registration closes on May 22, 2018.
20 years after presiding over the first ever COP in Berlin, Angela Merkel has to defend her legacy: her international reputation as the Climate Chancellor needs to be matched by domestic policies. Meanwhile, Economics and Energy Minister Sigmar Gabriel has to play his part to make the Energiewende a success – both for the climate and the German economy.