Bits & Bäume 2022: Sept. 30th – Oct. 2nd, TU Berlin
The conference for digitalisation and sustainability
Bits & Bäume 2022 covers topics at the intersection between the areas of sustainability and digitalisation. They range from interconnected mobility, the resource and energy consumption of digital devices, data sufficiency and cooperative platform economies to issues around smart energy grids and the tendency towards monopolisation in the digital economy.
with big ideas are needed.
While the last participants are still meeting and/or dancing, we are already super curious about your feedback! Please take 10 minutes to fill in our questionnaire about your motivation and satisfaction with the conference (anonymously). Thank you for your help and this magical time!
Also, it would be helpful if you give feedback to the speakers directly via the schedule („Fahrplan“).
Bits & Bäume 2022
The Conference for Digitalisation and Sustainability in Berlin
After the successful first Bits & Trees Conference 2018, the topics of digitalisation and sustainability are more present in our society today than ever before. We are facing major social and global challenges for a just and sustainable shaping of our (surrounding) world. Therefore, we would like to broaden and consolidate the networking of environmental and justice activists, technology experts and human rights activists with the Bits & Trees 2022 conference from 1 to 2 October 2022. A kick-off event will take place on the evening of 30 September.
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Festival for Digitisation and Sustainability in Education
📅 30. September und 1. Oktober 2022
📍 TU Berlin, Marchstraße 23, 10587 Berlin
A two-day learning festival for students and lecturers of pedagogical study programmes, teachers and school administrators, pupils and all those who want to rethink and re-do learning. Let's develop concrete ideas together on how to bring future topics around sustainability and digitalisation into schools!
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