Roman Brinzanik, Tobias Hülswitt

Will We Save The Earth? - Conversations about the Future of Technology and the Planet

(German title: Werden wir die Erde retten?)
ca. 200 pages
Roman Brinzanik
Foto: Roman Brinzanik
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Roman Brinzanik, born in Czechoslovakia in 1969, studied physics and philosophy in Frankurt am Main and Berlin. He currently works as a scientist at the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics in Berlin.

Tobias Hülswitt
Foto: Tobias Hülswitt
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Tobias Hülswitt, born in Hanover 1973, is a freelance writer and worked as a lecturer at the Berlin University of the Arts and the Academy of the Arts in Munich. He has written several novels and one book for children.

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Roman Brinzanik and Tobias Hülswitt speak to philosophers and artists about the relationship of mankind, nature and technology and the evolution and function of stories about the downfall and the saving of our earth.

The era of great stories is apparently over. In reality, however, future scenarios about the scarcity of resources and climate change link to form the greatest catastrophe story of our times – a story that relies on empirical data and natural science models.
Together with Paul J. Crutzen, the Nobel Prize winner for atmospheric chemistry, Stefan Rahmstorf, an employee at the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and other leading researchers, the physicist Roman Brinzanik and the writer Tobias Hülswitt discuss these threats and novel solutions from geo-engineering, synthetic biology and energy research.


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Other publications

Werden wir ewig leben?/Will we live forever? (2010)

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