The podcast "What's next" by next-incubator about sustainable innovations and ideas that the world needs. Christa Kloibhofer-Krampl goes in search of answers as to how our world can continue.
6 ways to an equal society
The second season of What's Next is all about ways to create an equal society. Our host Christa Kloibhofer-Krampl invited communication and inclusion expert Heidemarie Egger as co-host to discuss the topic and possible solutions with her and exciting guests.
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The first season of What's next is all about ideas for a better world and the people behind these ideas who live and implement the visions every day.
Christa Kloibhofer-Krampl talks to data activist David Jablonski, Markta.at-Founder Theresa Imre, Verena Kassar from Das Gramm and Anna Pribil from Psychologists for Future. The episodes appear every 2 weeks on Thursdays on all common audio streaming platforms. Do you have any questions, ideas or feedback? Then please write to us: firstname.lastname@example.org
#11: Social Business
A conversation with Michael Kleinbichler, Managing Director of the magdas Hotel, and Ziad Rabeh, Head of Reception, about the operation, the project and why every person is valuable.
#10: Shaping the mobility of the future
How can we make the mobility of the future more diverse, innovative and environmentally friendly? A conversation with mobility expert Lina Mosshammer (Women in Mobility & dot before dot).
#9: An inclusive society
Susanne Maurer-Aldrian, Alex Mseddi and Nima Valinezhad from Lebenshilfe - Soziale Diensten about what inclusion actually means and why ecological sustainability needs social sustainability.
#8: Bringing the climate crisis to the media
How strong is the role of social media in relation to the climate crisis? Our host Christa Kloibhofer-Krampl talks about this and more with Verena Mischitz, video journalist at derStandard.at.
#7: Encourage young people
What do young people who do not fit into any known pattern need? And why is there often a lack of understanding and trust in young people? An interview with Silvia Jölli from heidenspass.
#6: Fair fashion & why organic is not always fair
What is the difference between organic & fair? Do we need more clothes? A conversation with Thomas Winkler, founder of Apflbutzn, where fairly & sustainably produced clothing is offered.
#5: Zero waste in all areas of life
What does Zero Waste & Circular Economy mean? About that (and much more) with Verena Kassar, founder of The gram, The Decagram and the gram academy.
#4: Education without privilege
Severin Broucek on the current status of access to education in Austria, which visions make sense for our children's education & how we do it Teach for Austria can help!
#3: How the climate affects the psyche
A conversation with Anna Pribil from Psychologists for Future Austria about climate anxiety, what it does to the psyche and what concrete tips there are for those affected.
#2: Data Activism
An interview with David Jablonski, co-initiator of climatedashboard.at "We need common data because we need common truths”
#1: Revolutionize the food industry
Teresa Imre, founder of markta.at about fair payment for farmers, the world food market and how we deal with food
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