F.J. Radermacher

F.J. Radermacher

F.J. Radermacher

Head of the Research Institute for Application-Oriented Knowledge Processing, Austria; Professor of Computer Science at the University of Ulm, Germany

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Head of the Research Institute for Application-Oriented Knowledge Processing, Austria; Professor of Computer Science at the University of Ulm, Germany

He is the Director of FAW/n (Research Institute for Applied Knowledge Processing/n),Ulm, and holds a faculty position for Data Bases / Artificial Intelligence at theUniversityofUlm.

Member of the Club of Rome and of several national and international advisory boards as well as President of the Senat der Wirtschaft e.V.,Bonn, President of the Global Economic Network (GEN),Vienna, and Vice President of the Ecosocial Forum Europe, Vienna.

1997 Scientific Award of the German Society for Mathematics, Economics and Operations Research. 2005 Laureate of theSalzburgAward for Future Research,Salzburg,Austria. 2007 Laureate of „Vision Award 2007“ of Global Economic Network (for Global Marshall Plan Initiative). 2007 Laureate of Karl-Werner-Kieffer Award (Stiftung Ökologie und Landbau, SÖL). Member of the Rotarian Action Group for Population & Development (RFPD) - German Section - e.V. Member of the German National Committee of the UNESCO for the World Decade „Education for Sustainable Development“ (2005 – 2014). 2012 Laureate of the Umweltpreis „Goldener Baum“ der Stiftung für Ökologie und Demokratie e.V.

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Things are changing after all
Get Full Text in PDF Abstract The global situation is getting more difficult every year. While states fortunately agreed on the SDGs and on a climate contract in New York and Paris at the end of 2015, the situation is deteriorating with a fast growing world population and increased environmental pressures. Is there still a chance for a sustainable future or will we end up in a world two-class society or an ecological disaster? At first sight, sustainability might seem a hopeless task, but there...