enable people to understand the key findings of the IPCC reports.
Communicate appealing climate change content through modern media.
Discuss and communicate approaches for solving climate change.
In the first 5 episodes of the Climaware Podcast you will learn everything you need to know about climate change - in 100 minutes
Only on the basis of objective, scientific facts can rational, pluralistic solutions be found
The background knowledge on climate change and IPCC in the consequences 1-2.
Findings of the latest IPCC reports in episodes 3-5.
Discussions, special episodes and interviews from episode 7.
Hi, I am Gabriel and I am 28 years old.
I studied mechanical engineering with a specialization in power engineering (BSc. RWTH) because renewable energies are a key to solving the climate crisis (RWTH Aachen, London School of Economics, Stanford University, Boston University). Al Gore's documentary 'An inconvenient truth' awakened my passion for climate change in 2007. Since then I have been able to follow this passion with professional experience (UNFCCC, BMW, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research).
But not only professionally, but also in my spare time I have been educating myself in the topic of climate change and have been involved in voluntary work. This broadened my perspective and led to the decision to found Climaware (COP25, Fridays For Future, Pulse of Europe, essay competitions, climate reading, interviews). It's great that you are involved! In the 6th episode of the Climaware Podcast you will learn even more about me.