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2 Tuesday, 2.9. Wednesday, 3.9. Thursday, 4.9. Friday, 5.9. Saturday, 6.9. Facing the current crises: critique & resistance Building alliances Visions and strategies for transformation 9 am am 11 am Keynote Panels, Sessions & Workshops Keynote B R E A K Art Panels, Sessions & Workshops Keynote Panels, Sessions & Workshops 10am - 1 pm: Closing ceremony Observer Remarks Closing Panel Interactive Part 1 pm 2.30 pm Introduction for newcomers Panels, Sessions & Workshops L U N C H Panels, Sessions & Workshops Panels, Sessions & Workshops Art Collective action in the city 4.30 pm Art B R E A K 5 pm 6 pm Introduction for newcomers D I N N E R Group Assembly Process & Open Space Group Assembly Process & Open Space Art Group Assembly Process & Open Space 7 pm 8 pm Opening night Welcome! Keynotes Opening Panel Music Art Panels, Lectures, Music, Films, Performances and more D I N N E R Panels, Lectures, Music, Films, Performances and more Panels, Lectures, Music, Films, Performances and more Dance like it s (not) all over! Concert & Party Special location: Werk 2

3 Contents What does degrowth mean to us?...2 Welcome!... 3 Thanks!... 4 Organizing team... 7 Programme Formats and general programme information... 8 The Group Assembly Process (GAP)...10 Open Space Day 1 Tuesday, Opening day Day 2 Wednesday Facing the current crises critique and resistance...12 Day 3 Thursday Building alliances...31 Day 4 Friday Visions and strategies for transformation Day 5 Saturday 6.9 Closing Day Enough is Enough for Everyone! Collective action in the city Permanent formats - Installations, Exhibitions, Audiowalks Fair for Degrowth Invited Speakers Artists List of all contributors Logistics and general information Maps of Leipzig University Maps of Leipzig... 88

4 What does degrowth mean to us? What does degrowth mean to us? T his is how the organizing team defines degrowth. You are welcome to discuss this at the conference and online! By degrowth we understand a downscaling of production and consumption in the industrialized states that increases human well-being and enhances ecological conditions and equality on the planet. We want a society in which humans live within their ecological limits, with open, connected and localized economies. A society in which resources are more equally distributed through new forms of democratic institutions. Such societies will no longer have to grow or die. Material accumulation will no longer hold a prime position in the population s cultural imaginary. The primacy of efficiency will be substituted by a focus on sufficiency. Innovation will no longer focus on technology for technology s sake but will concentrate on new social and technical arrangements that will enable convivial ways of life. Degrowth not only challenges the centrality of the Gross Domestic Product as an overarching policy objective, but proposes ways for a radical change of our economic system, in order to create more space for human cooperation and resilient ecosystems. You can find different streams of degrowth within our organizing team, from a focus on sufficiency and social reformism to anti-capitalist and feminist perspectives. All members of the organizing team reject varieties of degrowth that do not focus on securing a good life for everyone, but we are willing to enter into debate with thinkers who make such proposals. We do not accept any right-wing or racist forms of growth critique or any form of discrimination, be it chauvinist, sexist, racist or any other. 2

5 Editorial Welcome! We are delighted to welcome you in Leipzig for five inspiring days. The focus of this Fourth International Conference on Degrowth for Ecological Sustainability and Social Equity will be on concrete steps towards a society beyond the imperative of growth. It is therefore significant that this conference is taking place right here in Germany, because Germany is one of the centres of the growth ideology. German politics are shaped by the belief in economic growth and competitiveness. This can be seen most clearly in the current European crises: The societies in southern Europe are suffering from the austerity policies imposed by the Troika, which were significantly forged by the German government. Meanwhile, Germany is celebrating alleged growth successes without considering the impacts on people and nature. We want to make a small contribution towards counteracting these unsustainable policies, which cause great inequality. We decided to hold this conference in the city of Leipzig because it is home to many of the contradictions which exist in the growth debate. Although it has been celebrated recently for its apparent success as a growing metropolis, Leipzig is marked by historic experiences of shrinkage and the current struggles for a right to the city for all. Moreover, Leipzig has a diverse project scene which already implements degrowth into practice. Thus, the conference takes place against a backdrop of a city that offers many contrasts. We hope the conference will have a lasting effect on the city. With the Degrowth Conference 2014, we continue the cycle of different events and institutions in Germany and elsewhere. Previous international Degrowth Conferences were held in Paris 2008, in Barcelona 2010, as well as in Venice and Montreal For the German-speaking debate, the attac congress Beyond Growth?! Ecological justice. Social rights. Good living., held in Berlin 2011 as well as the Enquete commission on Growth, Prosperity, Quality of Life of the German Bundestag ( ) were very influential. Participants discussed whether it was necessary and possible to overcome growth. At this conference here in Leipzig, we want to get more concrete and together discuss and explore how it is possible to overcome the growth paradigm. The conference brings together interested participants from the public and experts from the fields of science, activism, politics, movement, and art. We hope that the variety of the different event formats will engender a productive exchange within and between the disciplines and perspectives and advance the degrowth debate. Therefore interaction plays a central role on the conference. Every day between 5 and 7 pm there will only be interactive formats to give enough room for exchange and discussion. You will most probably meet people whose understanding of degrowth differs from yours. We invite you to take up these differences and through discussions and analyses contribute to a further development of the term. The organizing team embarked on a big experiment, when at the end of 2012 we decided to hold the Degrowth Conference in Germany. Even though we were sure that the growth debate is one of the crucial challenges for society today, it remained unclear at first whether this view was shared by many other people as well and whether the conference would find widespread support. However, the commitment shown by the organizing team, which consists largely of volunteers, the participation of numerous partners and supporting organisations, the encouraging feedback during the preparations and last but not least your numerous registrations gave us confidence. May the next five days offer a unique platform for future experiments and bold visions for all of us! We are looking forward to finding out which new insights, contacts, questions and ideas you will take home with you and how the degrowth debate in Germany and beyond will develop further. Best, Daniel Constein and Nina Treu 3

6 Thanks! Thanks! We would like to thank all institutions which participated in the organization of the Degrowth Conference 2014! All institutions are listed below according to the intensity and scope of their involvement. This conference would not have been possible without the commitment of so many individual persons. The members of the organizing team are listed on page 7. Organisers DFG Research Group Postwachstumsgesellschaften at the University of Jena This research group was set up to conduct research on future post-growth societies. These are societies that no longer rely on economic growth. The research group explores the growth constraints of modern societies and the contours of a post-growth society. Förderverein Wachstumswende e.v. This association advocates the shift towards a socially just, ecologically sustainable and economically future-sound society beyond the imperative of the growth paradigm. It develops, promotes and manages projects to this end and operates a social network under Konzeptwerk Neue Ökonomie e.v. The Konzeptwerk Neue Ökonomie is an independent and non-profit think tank based in Leipzig. We develop and spread concepts for a social, ecological and democratic economy. Research & Degrowth Research & Degrowth (R&D) is an academic association dedicated to research, training, awareness raising and events organization around degrowth. Universität Leipzig The research and teaching conducted at 14 faculties and over 150 departments of the comprehensive university stand under the motto Aus Tradition Grenzen überschreiten (which roughly translates to breaking limits is our tradition ) and serve to enhance the inter- and transdisciplinarity of the humanities, social and natural and medical sciences. 4

7 Thanks! Partners Anstiftung Ertomis The foundation anstiftung & ertomis promotes, connects and conducts research into spaces and networks involved in urban subsistence and Eigenarbeit, do-ityourself. A key element of their work is also to create a new understanding of prosperity, where the quality of life is not just about having a variety of products on offer. Brot für die Welt Evangelischer Entwicklungsdienst Bread for the World promotes projects and programmes of local partner organisations in the global South and through lobby work, PR and educational work in Germany and in Europe, it sets impulses for sustainable policies and economic practices. bpb Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung The Federal Agency for Civic Education helps all interested citizens to participate in politics. Its task is to promote awareness for political issues, to strengthen awareness for democracy and to foster participation in politics. Together with a nationwide network of federal States centres, and educational institutions, BpB provides citizenship education and promotes culture in an independent and impartial fashion. BUND Friends of the Earth Germany (BUND) is a member association and advocates sustainable development at local, regional, national and international level. BUND, among others, also fights for an ecological agriculture, climate protection and the protection of endangered animals and plants. BUNDjugend Young Friends of the Earth Germany fights for the environment by conducting campaigns, protest actions and projects. Young people below the age of 27 are committed to ecological and social topics, such as globalization and post-growth, food and agriculture, energy and climate or biodiversity and environmental education. Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) In more than 100 countries, the FES is actively involved in projects dedicated to the construction and consolidation of civil society and governmental structures for the promotion of democracy and social justice, autonomous trade unions as well as upholding human rights and gender equality. Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung (hbs) The Heinrich Böll Foundation is the Political Foundation of the Green Party and considers itself to be a think tank for policy reform and an international network. It fosters the development of a democratic civil society in Germany and abroad and has offices in 30 countries. Misereor MISEREOR is the German Catholic Bishop s Organisation for Development Cooperation. It supports organisations in the global South (regardless of religion) in the fight against poverty and exclusion. MISEREOR carries out awareness-raising activities and lobby work to promote global structural changes in Germany, Europe and international institutions. Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung (RLS) As an institution for political education, the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation is committed to a critical social analysis and bringing together emancipatory forces. It is, as an equal partner, engaged in an international dialogue and documents important results of left-wing politics. 5

8 Thanks! Other partners Media partners Supporters attac-ag Jenseits des Wachstums attac Wissenschaftlicher Beirat Forum gegen unnütze und aufgezwungene Großprojekte NETZ für Selbstverwaltung und Selbstorganisation e.v. Transition Town Witzenhausen 6

9 Organizing team Organizing team The International Conference on Degrowth 2014 is being organized by a group of about 70 persons. As a group, we decide by consensus, using methods of grass roots democracy. We live in different places all over Germany, working together via the internet and over the phone and meeting in person every other month. Most of us are not paid and contribute voluntarily. We are supported by Spanish, French and Italian members of the international network Research and Degrowth (R&D). It was R&D who initiated the International Degrowth-Conferences and has been supporting the different organizational teams since The main body is the plenary, which consists of all active team members. The work is done within different working groups: they develop concepts for their area of work, agree on those with other working groups if necessary and carry them out independently. Working groups of the conference organization and their members Coordination: Daniel Constein, Nina Treu, Jonas Bothe, Corinna Burkhart Programme: Gualter Barbas Baptista, Corinna Burkhart, Steffen Lange, Barbara Muraca, Anne Pinow, Matthias Schmelzer, Christin Schmidt, Nina Treu, Andrea Vetter Science: Benjamin Best, Birte Ewers, Bernd Klauer, Steffen Lange, Barbara Muraca, Felix Rauschmayer, Anika Reetsch, Dorothee Rodenhäuser, Alfons Ruhoff Practice and movement: Janna Aljets, Frederik Grüneberg, Silvia Hable, Niko Hübner, Nadine McNeil, Anne Pinnow, Maximilian Schmies, Alexandra Vogel, Jana Werg Group Assembly Process (GAP): Gualter Barbas Baptista, Susanne Brehm, Matthias Schmelzer, Francois Schneider, Filka Sekulova, Andrea Vetter We are trying to organize the conference in a way which corresponds to the idea of degrowth. We hope this is noticeable. You can find out more under: leipzig.degrowth.org/en/what-makes-thedegrowth-conference-special Art: Jan Deck, Max Heigermoser, Emily Keller, Melanie Bleckert, Pablo Paolo Kilian, Christin Schmidt, Tim Vollmann Public Relations: Ingo Bever, Karin C. Geier, Felix Kersting, Christiane Kliemann, Christopher Laumanns, Pia Rauschenberger, Felicitas Sommer, Jonas Streicher Logistics: Lorenz Bachfischer, Jonas Bothe, Daniel Constein, Jana Goldberg, Sophia Göppel, Nelly Lehr, Johannes Looks, Judith Kleibs, Nadine McNeil, Konrad Neuffer, Susann Reuters, Nic Riha, Steffen Rohkohl, Franziska Schories, Jana Stadler, Max Strötzel Finances: Friederike Behr, Daniel Constein, Christopher Laumanns, Andreas Simoneit, Nina Treu Group dynamics: Susann Reuter, Nic Riha, Malo Vidal Our particular thanks go also to: All speakers and contributors: names can be found on page 70. Sandra Antelmann, Judith Bauer, Miriam Boschmann, Daniela del Bene, Federico Demaria, Sarah Deuling, Thorsten Hinz, Miriam Hunfeld, Thorben Knobloch, David Koch, Antonia Kotschi, Steffen Kühne, Verena Landau, Gill Laumanns, Claire Lochet, Marc Menningmann, Mareike Nelle, Robert Pritzkow, Christina Rupprecht, Thomas Schoofs, Tom Unverzagt, Veministisches KochKollektiv, Boris Woynowski The coordination of the observer team: Maja Göpel and Christoph Gran The respondents of the full papers The interpreting coordination team: Mercè Ardiaca Jové and Stefan Schade Our contact persons at the University of Leipzig: Simone Pohl and Ronny Heilmann The projects that provided us with spaces and rooms: Die ganze Bäckerei, Handstand & Moral, Haus der Demokratie Leipzig, Rockzipfel, Tagungsmühle Bromskirchen Our families, friends and political supporters And all those we have forgotten to thank or who gave us their support after going to press! 7

10 Programme Formats and general programme information Programme Formats and general programme information The conference offers a variety of formats that are divided into different thematic threads and allocated to different rooms. Moreover, the conference days will follow different dramaturgical steps. The events are split up into general, scientific, practical and social movement oriented as well as artistic events. However, great importance is attached to inter- and transdisciplinary thinking and working in most events. In order to enable a fruitful exchange in all the events, we indicate the required level of the events: 1. General events: no previous knowledge required (except GAP, see p. 10) 2. Scientific events: previous knowledge required; we kindly ask you to focus the discussion on the topics of the lectures 3. Practical and social movement oriented events: partly with or with noprevious knowledge required please check the descriptions of the events 4. Artistic format: no previous knowledge required Please note: Some events require prior registration; this will be indicated in the programme. Thematic threads Thematic threads can be recognized by their logos and help to classify the topics of events. The exact descriptions of the thematic threads can be found online under en/threads. Organizing society Building a social and ecological economy Living conviviality Cross-cutting topics Rooms The different formats take place in different university buildings in rooms of various sizes. To find out where they are, please check the site plans on pages 86 and 87. Dramaturgy In order to provide a framework for the discussions, every day is dedicated to a topic. Tuesday, Opening day Wednesday, 3.9. Facing the current crises critique and resistance Thursday, 4.9. Building alliances Friday, 5.9. Visions and strategies for transformation Saturday, 6.9. Closing Day, with Collective Action in the City - Enough is Enough for Everyone! Languages of the individual events Given that we are at an international conference, some events will be offered in two or more languages. However, many events are officially in German or English only. For languages that are not provided, people with coloured dots on their clothes can be asked to offer whispering translation: red is for English, yellow is for Spanish, blue is for French; any other language offered will be indicated on white dots. The respective official language is indicated for each event. In the programme, the English and multi-lingual events are listed before the German events. All opening keynotes and panels in the Audimax and lecture hall 3 (Hörsaal 3) are in German, English and a Romanic language (mostly Spanish). (Almost) all scientific events are in English only. Most of the workshops are either in English or German, some are bilingual please note the specifications. Some events in this programme are described in German, that is because they will take place in German only. Children s programme (and childcare) In general, children may be taken to regular events, however, please note that not all events are suitable for children. There are some events that are particularly suitable for children and some which are explicitly organized for children. Such events have been put together on an extra sheet, which is available at the registration desk and the childcare centre. We kindly ask you to respect the respective working environment of the event, in particular when attending scientific events. If you want to visit an event and you are not sure whether it is okay to bring kids along, please check with us first! Information about childcare can be found on page 84. 8

11 Programme Formats and general programme information Documentation and online discussion Apart from participating in individual events, there are other possibilities to follow conference events: The opening keynotes and panels will be filmed and also largely broadcasted live: In the individual workshops minutes will be taken. After the conference they are to be found in the online programme next to the respective short description. Upon registering for the conference, every participant will have login data for the open source platform You will find all the scientific and GAP documents ready for you to read and comment on. The platform can also be used to deepen your discussion and contact other participants of the conference. Event formats 1. General events Keynotes: lectures from renowned speakers to kick-start the day Panels: discussion rounds with three to four speakers, who debate controversial questions among themselves and with the audience Open Space / World Café: open format, where participants can discuss their own topics and explore ideas with rotating groups Group Assembly Process (GAP): thematic discussions in small groups that meet daily and work on concrete proposals for degrowth; they can build on processes of the previous Degrowth conferences. The groups results will be presented on the last conference day. For more information on GAP go to page 10. Introductory course: comprehensive introduction to the subject degrowth for all beginners Fair for Degrowth: a place of meeting and networking of organisations, initiatives and projects related to degrowth Book presentations: authors of books on degrowth discuss the content of their publications with the audience Special event: an event with a special format which doesn t fit into any of the other categories 2. Scientific events Scientific lectures: scientific evening lectures Scientific paper sessions: short presentations of scientific papers based on full and short papers; please note: the respondents names are not included in the programme. Respondents give a five minute comment on a full paper to start the following debate Special sessions: scientific debates with short presentations on a specific topic Special sessions with other format: scientific debates with workshop format Poster presentations: presentations of individual inputs in the form of posters 3. Practical and social movement events Discussion workshops: interactive events where speakers reflect and discuss jointly Practical Workshops: events where participants get actively involved, research and reflect at the interface of practice, activism and art Excursions: tours of projects and interesting places in Leipzig Films: film presentations followed by discussions 4. Artistic events Performances and interventions: in theatres, lecture halls, public spaces, before a large audience and in one-onone meetings Installations and exhibitions: artists from the fields of architecture, photography, visual and performing arts as well as activism exhibit their art on the conference premises and in the city centre Short film walking-tour: presentations of short films on screens and projected on building facades in the city of Leipzig Concerts: space and time to listen to music together, to jam and to dance 9

12 Programme Formats and general programme information The Group Assembly Process (GAP) E xperimenting with new forms of collective consensus building The GAP is a three-day working process among activists, practitioners, scientists and artists of the degrowth movement. It aims at developing concrete proposals for the transition towards and the shape of degrowth societies, and at mapping existing areas of disagreement and open questions for debate and research in a process of collective and democratic consensus building. With the Group Assembly Process, we continue a process which was started at the Barcelona Conference in The basic idea is that people with some experience in the field of degrowth be it practical or theoretical gather for two hours (5 to 7pm) on each of the three days of the conference, changing between small thematic working groups and bigger assemblies that give feedback on the working groups outcomes. These discussions are based on so-called stirring papers, which are short and easily comprehensible texts aiming at stimulating discussions. The GAP working groups in Leipzig: Agriculture and Food Basic Income Childhood Climate and Energy Commons and Peer Economy Consumption Democracy Learning for Degrowth Money and Finance Organizing Collective Action for Degrowth Redefining Value Reproduction and Work Resources and Extraction Social Security Solidarity Economy, Cooperatives and Social Business Sufficiency Policies Technology and Production Transport and Mobility Urban Transformation To make sure that in-depth discussions are possible, each working group consists of not more than 20 participants, who have registered for the GAP in advance. All participants of the conference can follow the process and comment on the results online as well as at the GAP Infopoint at the conference venue. For more information please check there. As a final big experiment, we will present the results to the entire conference on the closing day Saturday 6th September. This will include the emerging consensus, controversies, research questions and actions, which the working groups have developed. Everyone can show immediate consent or dissent with the results using hand signs. The GAP will thus be an experiment in collective consensus building at a big conference and another small step on the long path towards a democratic degrowth society. More info: 10

13 Programme Tuesday Opening day Open Space Tu from 12 pm General The aim of an open space is to create time and space for people to engage deeply and creatively around issues of concern to them, which means there is no given agenda but everything depends on the people participating in it. Due to this open and participative frame it is possible for everyone to implement his or her topic at the conference. Spontaneously formed small groups will then be working on such topics. The most important rule of the open space is the freedom of movement, so that it is possible to change groups any time, create new ones or even take some time off. In such a process we often find creative and innovative ideas and solutions for transformative initiatives or projects. At the conference there will be an open space, daily from 3rd till 5th of September 2014, between 5 and 7 pm. On these days you can submit your theme or topic until 11 am online or at the information desk of our open space team, at the Audimax foyer. Topics and locations will be communicated via a central system to all participants and a guiding system will help you find the way to your favorite topic. At 5 pm you can meet your working group and get into (inter)action. Afterwards we will try to harvest the results of your discussion and visualize them for everybody. More details will be given to you at our welcome assembly in the Audimax on 3rd of September 2014, at 5 pm. Also our information desk will be pleased to give you any information you need. Day 1 Tuesday, Opening day Degrowth: what?! An introduction Speakers: Demaria, Federico (R&D), Giacomo D Alisa (R&D) Degrowth signifies a critique of the growth economy. It calls for the decolonization of public debate from the idiom of economism and for the abolishment of economic growth as a social objective. Degrowth signifies also a desired direction, in which societies use less natural resources and organize and live differently than today. In this lecture, the (old and new) degrowth literature and debate will be introduced. We will then separate into small groups to clarify and debate these ideas, guided by a facilitator. World Café in the city centre: What do the people of Leipzig say? Speaker: Schneeweiss, Johannes (Konzeptwerk Neue Ökonomie) An einem belebten Tag während der Konferenz tragen wir die Themen der Konferenz auf die Einkaufsstraßen der Innenstadt. Als Ausgangsbasis für stille und offene Diskussionen stellen wir Fragen rund um die Degrowth-Thematik. An einem weiteren Ort soll es eine Open-Air-Ausstellung zu Themen rund um Degrowth geben, wo sich Passant_innen informieren können. Ziel der Veranstaltung ist die Öffnung der Konferenz für alle, die einfach nur in der Stadt unterwegs sind. Begins: 14:30 Room: Audimax Track: General Ends: 17:00 Type: Introductory Course Language: DE, EN Begins: 15:00 Room: extern Track: Practice & Activism Ends: 17:00 Type: World Café Language: DE Opening event Speakers: Treu, Nina (Degrowth 2014 coordinator), Constein, Daniel (Degrowth 2014 coordinator), Kilian, Pablo Paolo (musician & composer), Klein, Naomi (author & activist), Acosta, Alberto (scientist & politician, Ecuador) Musical opening with Pablo Paolo Kilian, Opening Speech by Nina Treu and Daniel Constein, Keynotes by Alberto Acosta and Naomi Klein (via video). Video screening in HS3 and HS9 Begins: 19:00 Room: Audimax, HS 3, HS 9 Track: General Ends: 20:30 Type: Special Event Language: DE, EN, ES Opening plenary: Degrowth for Ecological Sustainability and Social Equity Facilitator: N.N. Speakers: Demaria, Federico (R&D), Helfrich, Silke (Commons Strategies Group, Germany), Mpofu, Elizabeth (Via Campesina) (angefragt), Acosta, Alberto (scientist & politician, Ecuador) Why is degrowth important? What do we want to achieve with this conference in Leipzig? In this opening plenary, different persons with various backgrounds explain their perspectives. Video screening in HS3 and HS9 Begins: 21:00 Room: Audimax, HS 3, HS 9 Track: General Ends: 22:30 Type: Panel Language: DE, EN, ES 11

14 Programme Wednesday Facing the current crises critique and resistance We from 9am General Day 2 Wednesday Facing the current crises critique and resistance Social-ecological crisis & crisis of democracy: a view from Southern Europe Speakers: Konstantatos, Haris (Harokopio University of Athens) The accelerating socio-ecological crisis in countries of southern Europe is a neglected aspect of today s crisis, which is generally perceived solely in macro-economic terms. The double devaluation of human labour and natural resources comes with a state of emergency : Sovereign powers are given directly to unelected elites, while public control and participation in decision-making are demolished. However, in social movements and practices of resistance there is a growing awareness of the deep socio-ecological transitions needed. Video screening in HS3 and HS9 Begins: 09:00 Room: Audimax, HS 3, HS 9 Track: General Ends: 09:45 Type: Keynote Language: DE, EN, ES Between Doom and Utopia: Degrowth as a way out of the crisis? Speakers: Muraca, Barbara (DFG-Kolleg Postwachstumsgesellschaften) Growth has turned from a means for securing employment and social stability into a goal of its own. Yet, growth at any cost increases the pressure on the environment, undermines economic development, and erodes the very basis of democracy. Whereas growth-based economic societies that stop growing are destabilized by a recession path and eventually doomed to collapse, the degrowth proposal envisions a radical transformation of society, in which growth-addiction loses its grip and real democracy, autonomy, and solidarity are strengthened. Can degrowth be a concrete utopia that indicates a way out of the crisis? Video screening in HS3 and HS9 Begins: 09:45 Room: Audimax, HS 3, HS9 Track: General Ends: 10:30 Type: Keynote Language: DE, EN, ES Dimensions of learning for a degrowth society Facilitator: Herberg, Jeremias (Leuphana Universität Lüneburg) Speakers: Norberg-Hodge, Helena (Schooling the world, ISEC), Stern, Bertrand (Philosopher), Stoltenberg, Ute (Leuphana Universität) On this panel people from different backgrounds discuss new concepts for education. The debate builds on the critique of the current educational system, which is a catalyser for growth societies worldwide. New educational concepts can be the basis for a transformation towards a degrowth society. The panel is an introduction to the complex topic, while single aspects can be deepened during the conference with thehelp of different formats and methods. Begins: 11:00 Room: Audimax Track: General Ends: 13:00 Type: Panel Language: DE, EN, ES Free Trade a barrier for degrowth? Facilitator: Strickner, Alexandra (attac Österreich) Speakers: Weischer, Lutz (BUND/Friends of the Earth Germany), Pérez-Rocha, Manuel (Institute for Policy Studies), Sekulova, Filka, Dr. (R&D) International free trade regimes and neoliberal trading rules (NAFTA, TTIP, WTO) are a central obstacle for a development towards degrowth. They include powerful legal mechanisms for corporate lobby groups to push their interests through and could be used to hinder policies tending to implement degrowth-concepts. This panel will discuss how existing trade regimes contradict developments towards degrowth. Further, ideas of alternative trade structures compatible with degrowth will be drawn up. Begins: 11:00 Room: HS 3 Track: General Ends: 13:00 Type: Panel Language: DE, EN, ES Responses to the eurocrisis: Strategies for the degrowth-movement Facilitator: Müller, Tadzio, Dr. (RLS, ifg) Speakers: Velegrakis, Giorgos (Harokopio University Athens), Lange, Steffen (Konzeptwerk), Bullard, Nicola (RLS) Degrowth proponents have been noticeably silent on how to react to the Eurocrisis, a situation of actually-existing economic shrinkage. This is a problem in several ways: first, it is still unclear how to deal with this wrong kind of degrowth. Second, given that one should never let a good crisis go to waste, how to respond to this moment of potential transformation? On this panel we discuss what policies degrowth proponents should demand in the light of the current economic crisis.[prepared by Konzeptwerk and Rosa Luxemburg Foundation.] Begins: 11:00 Room: HS 9 Track: General Ends: 13:00 Type: Panel Language: EN Society without growth an introduction Speakers: Richters, Oliver (NEWW, VÖÖ) The talk explains basic concepts and the main ideas of a society beyond growth. It quickly resumes ideas behind GDP, the traditional growth model and its coupling to resource extraction and use as well as societal consequences. Referring to planetary boundaries, it is shown why concepts such as Green Growth are paradoxical, uncreative and unfeasible. The contribution gives insights into the significance of a post-growth society for finance, economics, social security and the people on earth. Begins: 11:00 Room: HS 1 Track: General Ends: 13:00 Type: Introductory course Language: EN 12

15 Programme Wednesday Facing the current crises critique and resistance Solidary agriculture exchange for activists Speakers: Keller, Claudia; Neuffer, Konrad; Zeiger, Simone (alle von Rote Beete) Vom Anbau, über Öffentlichkeitsarbeit bis hin zur Organisation der Gemüseverteilung werden die sachverständigen Solawist_innen Rede und Antwort stehen. Rechtliche Hürden und der Umgang damit werden ebenso diskutiert wie konkrete Erfahrungen im laufenden Betrieb. Wir vermitteln, dass solche Projekte an (fast) jedem Standort möglich und mit den unterschiedlichsten Menschen umsetzbar sind. Treffpunkt: 10 Uhr, Foyer, Ausgang Augustusplatz We from 10am Practice & Activism Science ig 2014 Speed dating for scientists Begins: 10:00 Room: external Track: Practice & Activism Ends: 12:00 Type: Excursion Language: DE Resources, energy & seas Facilitator: Best, Benjamin (Wuppertal Institute) This event has the purpose of getting to know other scientists and to network. In half an hour, you get to know about ten other scientists. In several short dates, groups of three people introduce themselves and their area of research. Begins: 10:30 Room: Foyer HS 2. OG Track: Science Ends: 11:00 Type: Special Format Language: EN Facilitator: Manns, Florian (UFZ) S. Cuvillier - The Proposal of Degrowth and the Energy Issue: A Fabulist Presentation of the Literature Review// H. Jeronimo - Alternative strategies in dealing with waste in a world of finite resources// M. Ji - Meteorological Considerations in Energy and Livelihood from Strange Attractors of Wind// V. Moreau - Next level carbon cycling, quantifying the carbon recycling potential// S. Nakajima - Consumption Profile and Support Area// L. Režný - The Knowledge Economy: Key to Sustainable Development?// C. Weiske - Interdependencies between Ethnic Inequality and the Success of Climate Change Policy Making the Case of Guyana// F. Schneider - Refining Degrowth: Reducing societal growth capacity to exploit natural resources and humans Begins: 11:00 Room: Foyer HS 2 Track: Science Ends: 13:00 Type: Poster presentations Language: EN Challenges to growth from the South: Conflicts and alternatives Facilitator: García-López, Gustavo (ICTA - UAB) Speakers: García-López, Gustavo (ICTA - UAB), Conde, Marta (R&D), Gallardo, Lucía (ICTA - UAB), Del Bene, Daniela (R&D) Marta Conde: Commodity frontiers and degrowth // Daniela Del Bene: Contours of Environmental and Water Justice; anti dams movements and resistance challenging politics and imaginaries // Gustavo Garcia-Lopez: Environmental movements and commoning strategies in Puerto Rico: challenging the growth paradigm? // Lucia Gallardo: Sumak Kawsay: Living non-capitalist values in a capitalist world Begins: 11:00 Room: HS 7 Track: Science Ends: 13:00 Type: Special session Language: EN Degrowth versus growth. Do we really have the choice? Facilitator: Ax, Christine (free author) Speakers: Chancel, Lucas (IDDRI), Smulders, Sjak, Prof. Dr. (Tilburg University), Bourcarde, Kay, Dr. (Institut für Wachstumsstudien) Lucas Chancel: A post-growth society for the 21st century - Does prosperity have to wait for the return of economic growth? // Sjak Smulders: The economics of slow growth // Kay Bourcarde: The misunderstanding of Growing Growth Begins: 11:00 Room: HS 8 Track: Science Ends: 13:00 Type: Special session Language: EN Degrowth and history - Economics, sustainability, power Facilitator: Schmelzer, Matthias (University of Geneva) Speakers: Borowy, Iris, Dr. (Universität Aachen), Fioramonti, Lorenzo, Prof. Dr. (Centre for the Study of Governance Innovation), Schmelzer, Matthias (University of Geneva) Matthias Schmelzer: Expand or die. The historical foundations of the economic growth paradigm // Iris Borowy: Sustainable Development : the International Struggle over Wealth, Distribution and Limits // Lorenzo Fioramonti: Gross Domestic Problem: The Politics Behind the World s Most Powerful Number Begins: 11:00 Room: HS 10 Track: Science Ends: 13:00 Type: Special session Language: EN Rebound Effect I: Energy, efficiency, and growth Facilitator: Santarius, Tilman Speakers: Santarius, Tilman (University of California, Berkeley), Norgard, Jorgen (Technical University of Denmark), Buhl, Johannes (Wuppertal Institute), Walnum, Hans Jakob (Vestlandsforsking), Aall, Carlo, Prof. Dr. (Western Norway Research Institute), Sonnberger, Marco (ZIRIUS Research Centre) Noorgard: The delusion of decoupling, and policy options for mitigating the rebound effects and the environmental impact // Buhl: Worktime Reduction and Rebound Effects // Sonnberger: Rebound effects from a practice theoretical perspective // Walnum: An interdisciplinary understanding of macro rebound effects // Aall: Investigating the potential of applying theories on rebound effects to the climate discourse: Climate change adaptation in winter tourism // Santarius: Towards a Theory of Psychological Rebound Effects Begins: 11:00 Room: HS 17 Track: Science Ends: 13:00 Type: Special session Language: EN 13

16 Programme Wednesday Facing the current crises critique and resistance We 11am Science SCORAI I: Degrowth from a sustainable consumption perspective Facilitator: Lorek, Sylvia (Sustainable Europe Research Institute) Speakers: Vadovics, Edina (Greendependent), Genus, Audley, Prof. Dr. (Kingston University), Rau, Henrike, Dr. (National University of Ireland) EEdina Vadovics: Sustainable Consumption in Hungary - what is small-footprint- living and can we make it attractive? // Audley Genus: Roles for university re- searchers in promoting sustainability // Henrike Rau: Where do all the hours go? Time use, resource consumption and the dematerialisation of everyday practices Degrowth economy: What does this mean with regard to concepts of work? Facilitator: Littig, Beate Speakers: von Winterfeld, Uta, Dr., Biesecker, Adelheid, Prof. em., Haas, Willi, Dr., O Neill, Daniel, Dr., Littig, Beate Roundtable discussion with short inputs. The reorganization of working societies and sustainable ways of living are closely linked. But the concepts of work which are at stake are rather diverse: Many plea for an extended understanding and the societal reorganization of work. Especially feminist approaches demand for a general sustainable transformation and a funda- mental change within the economic paradigm. In the session we will dis- cuss the major issues and implication of the different positions. Begins: 11:00 Room: S 212 Track: Science Ends: 13:00 Type: Special session Language: EN Begins: 11:00 Room: S 211 Track: Science Ends: 13:00 Type: Special session other format Language: EN Food supply and forestry Facilitator: Infante-Amante, Juan, Dr. (Unviersity Pablo de Olavide) Speakers: de la Vega-Leinert, A. Christina, Dr. (University of Greifswald), Egger, Dominic (Real World Economics Heidelberg), Otero, Iago, Dr. (R&D), Köpke, Sören (TU Braunschweig) A. Cristina de la Vega-Leinert - Towards a re-evaluation of the land sparing vs. land sharing debate from the perspective of peasant farming systems (sp) // Dominic Egger - Food sharing: A potential strategy against the food waste problem and a local contribution to local climate change mitigation? (sp) // Iago Otero - The forest transition theory under scrutiny. Towards a degrowth-inspired land-change science (sp) // Sören Köpke - Let them eat war: Climate change, food insecurity and conflict (sp) Begins: 11:00 Room: HS 12 Track: Science Ends: 13:00 Type: Scientific paper session Language: EN Fundamental criticisms of capitalist growth Facilitator: Bauhardt, Christine, Prof. Dr. (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin) Speakers: Müller, Julian (Universität Jena), Lombard, Gabriel, Pohler, Nina (WU Wien), Romano, Onofrio (University of Bari Aldo Moro) Julian Müller - Financialisation and the ambivalence of capitalist growth (full paper) // Gabriel Lombard - Wealth, virtual wealth, and capitalism (short paper) // Nina Pohler - Critique and the organization of production (short paper) // Onofrio Romano - The form of degrowth (full paper) Begins: 11:00 Room: HS 13 Track: Science Ends: 13:00 Type: Scientific paper session Language: EN GDP, happiness and human well-being (Mis-)Managing the ecological crisis Facilitator: Fritz, Martin (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences) Speakers: Bartonlini, Stefano, Prof. Dr. (University of Siena, Italy), Krauss, Alexander, Dr. (World Bank), Pellegrini, Lorenzo (Erasmus University Rotterdam) Stefano Bartolini - Do people care for a sustainable future? Evidence from happiness data. (full paper) // Alexander Krauss - Subjective wellbeing in Colombia (full paper) // Lorenzo Pellegrini - Bhutan: Between happiness and horror (full paper) // Facilitator: Knolle, Helmut (Décroissance Bern) Speakers: Lindley, Mark, Prof. Dr. (University of Hyderabad), Andersson, Jan Otto, Prof. Dr. (Ãbo Akademi), Curran, Michael, Dr. (ETH Zurich), Sievers-Glotzbach, Stefanie, Dr. (University of Oldenburg) Mark Lindley & Jan Otto Andersson - Ecologically dangerous patriotism (full paper) // Michael Curran - Tax internationally traded commodities to safeguard biodiversity (short paper) // Stefanie Sievers-Glotzbach - The relationship between intragenerational and intergenerational justice in the use of ecosystems and their services. (short paper) Begins: 11:00 Room: HS 14 Track: Science Ends: 13:00 Type: Scientific paper session Language: EN Begins: 11:00 Room: HS 15 Track: Science Ends: 13:00 Type: Scientific paper session Language: EN Ecosystems and their services Facilitator: Lutz, Christian, Dr. (GWS mbh) Speakers: Drupp, Moritz A. (University of Kiel), Schlauch, Michael, Silva, Rodrigo Moritz A. Drupp - Limits to substitution between ecosystem services and manufactured goods and intergenerational decision-making (full paper) // Michael Schlauch - Introducing permaculture to economic ecosystems - The integrative analysis method (full paper) // Rodrigo Silva - Degrowth and payments for ecosystem services: highlighting the tensions (short paper) Technological solutions for a degrowth society Facilitator: Kerschner, Christian, Dr. Speakers: Puglia, Stefano, Lamanna, David, Garcia, José Luis, Prof. Dr., Horstink, Lanka, Jeronimo, Helena, Luber, Beate-Josefine Stefano Puglia & Davide Lamanna - The open altra economia (OAE) project: Open data and open source software for a sustainable economics // José Luis Garcia, Lanka Horstink & Helena Jeronimo - Towards a methodological luddism for ICTs // Beate-Josefine Luber - Need and use of participatory procedures to ensure compliance and legitimation of codes of conduct for governing nanotechnology s risks Begins: 11:00 Room: HS 16 Track: Science Ends: 13:00 Type: Scientific paper session Language: EN Begins: 11:00 Room: I 121 Track: Science Ends: 13:00 Type: Scientific paper session Language: EN 14

17 Programme Wednesday Facing the current crises critique and resistance Planetary boundaries Facilitator: Asara, Viviana (R&D) Speakers: Hadjimichael, Maria, Dr. (Aalborg University), Udovyk, Oksana (Södertörn University), Smith-Spash, Tone (Vienna University), Mauerhofer, Volker (UNU-IAS) Hadjimichael - Reaching the boundaries of the blue planet: Dwindling stocks, disappearing communities and the failure of solutions within the neoliberal paradigm (sp) // Udovyk - De-growth approach to the European chemicals management. (sp) // Smith-Spash - How should degrowth address the issue of planetary boundaries? (sp) // Mauerhofer - Interpretation of ecological integrity according planetary boundaries: Towards improved implementation of multilateral environmental agreements to promote degrowth (sp) Begins: 11:00 Room: HS 18 Track: Science Ends: 13:00 Type: Scientific paper session Language: EN How to sell degrowth: Business models II Facilitator: Jeffrey, Karen (New Economics Foundation) Speakers: Trettel Silva, Gabriel (University of Sao Paulo), Gebauer, Jana (IÖW), Stella, Giordano, Dr., Larsen, Frederik (Copenhagen Business School), O Neill, Daniel, Dr. (University of Leeds) Gabriel Trettel Silva - Is profit-making compatible with the principles of a steady-state economy? (short paper) // Jana Gebauer - Business, postgrowth Theses and recommendations (short paper) // Giordano Stella - The common good economy: A new model for the degrowth society. An application of the common good balance sheet to an organic and biodynamic farm (short paper) // Frederik Larsen - Old ideas: Values in second hand markets (short paper) Begins: 11:00 Room: I 123 Track: Science Ends: 13:00 Type: Scientific paper session Language: EN We 11am Science Practice & Activism Upcycling solutions towards textile waste reduction Speakers: Bischof, Carina (Upcycling Fashion Store Berlin), Nicoletti, Arianna (Upcycling Fashion Store Berlin) Presentation of the Upcycling Fashion Pool project: a strategic network connecting designers to textile producers and second-hand clothes collecting companies as a fundamental tool for reducing textile waste. We discuss upcycling concepts by questioning the status quo of the fast fashion industry and exploring its problems within the textile and apparel supply chain. The aim of the panel is to show the impact of textile waste in our society and to present solutions for its reduction. Degrowth starts from reduction. Basic Income national and global concepts and models Speakers: Blaschke, Ronald (Netzwerk Grundeinkommen) In diesem Seminar werden die Idee, der Begriff und einige aktuell diskutierte Modelle von Grundeinkommen national und global in Hinblick auf ihre konkrete Ausgestaltung vorgestellt wie z. B. Höhe, Verhältnis zu Sozial- und Dienstleistungen, Finanzierung, arbeitsmarktpolitische Implikationen sowie gesellschaftspolitische Rahmenbedingungen. Der Kurs dient der Vorbereitung der Workshops, die sich mit dem Thema Armut, Grundeinkommen und Ökologie beschäftigen, ist aber auch für alle Interessierte offen. Begins: 11:00 Room: HS 5 Track: Practice & Activism Ends: 13:00 Type: Panel Language: EN Begins: 11:00 Room: HS 4 Track: Practice & Activism Ends: 13:00 Type: Discussion workshop Language: DE The media and degrowth Speakers: Di Dio, Alessia (Moins! Journal romand d écologie politique) The degrowth movement has a bad reputation in the dominant media. As a result different collectives decided to create their own media: La Décroissance in France, Kaïros in Belgium, Moins! in Switzerland and many more. To which extent are these publications accepted? How do they survive daily life and what are the difficulties? Would it be possible to improve the synergies and collaboration between the different experiences? Growing against Growth - Shutting down the climate culprits Speakers: Häußermann, Dorothee (ausgeco2hlt / Arbeitsgruppe Krieg und Klima) We want to present the problem of the brown coal field in the Rhineland and the situation of the anti-coal-movement. Afterwards we want to check and discuss the concepts of post-growth and anti-capitalism. We also want to find out, how to support a movement for the good life. Begins: 11:00 Room: S 228 Track: Practice & Activism Ends: 13:00 Type: Discussion workshop Language: DE, EN Begins: 11:00 Room: S 324 Track: Practice & Activism Ends: 13:00 Type: Discussion workshop Language: DE, EN Education for Sustainable Development in Saxony and Leipzig Speakers: Schirmer, Matthias (Zukunftsakademie Leipzig) (angefragt) Der ZAK Zukunftsakademie Leipzig e. V. Macht eine BNE-Ausstellung, in der Pädagogen in Schulen und Kitas sowie bei freien Trägern der Jugendhilfe vermittelt werden soll, welche Möglichkeiten und Angebote es in Sachsen gibt, BNE in die eigene Bildungspraxis zu integrieren. In der Ausstellung sollen ca Projekte und Angebote präsentiert werden. Lokale Kooperationspartner des Vereins sind derzeit das Büro der Leipziger Agenda 21 und die Stadt Leipzig. Ort: Leibnitz-Gymnasium am Nordplatz 13 Autonomy and resistences in (the) crisis Speakers: Alsina i Muro, Carla (Cooperativa Eines de transformación social), Egia Olaizola, Andoni (Cooperativa Hiritik_at) The capitalist crisis has various social, economic and political consequences in the Spanish state. We want to look more closely at three: the emergence of new social movements, the rise of a new economic paradigm and the opening of new political spaces within the representative institutions. The ESS can be understood as a new space of action to construct a new economic structure based in the theoretic and practical principles of the social movements: autonomy and grass-roots democracy. Begins: 11:00 Room: external Track: Practice & Activism Ends: 16:00 Type: Discussion workshop Language: DE Begins: 11:00 Room: S 214 Track: Practice & Activism Ends: 13:00 Type: Discussion workshop Language: DE, ES 15

18 Programme Wednesday Facing the current crises critique and resistance We 11am Practice & Activism Contextualization and debate about the integral revolution Speakers: Solé, Joan (IntegraRevolution), Romero, Esther (L art du Soleil / Cooperativa integral Catalana), Serra, Ariadna (Cooperativa Integral Catalana) Is the State model compatible with degrowth? The initiator group for integral revolution wants to inform about the reflections that are coming up about these topics, as well as: Create human relationships which are equitative and based on freedom. Self-organization and sovereign popular assemblies. The common, the public domain. The public, to be able to participate in the process of making decisions of public issues. Cooperation with life and nature. A new economy based in cooperation and local networks. Money, debt, growth - how are they connected? Speakers: Freydorf, Christoph (Wissenschaftliche Arbeitsgruppe nachhaltiges Geld), Peukert, Helge, Prof. Dr. (Universität Erfurt) Degrowth strategies are not only depending on political decisions, but also on concepts of economic orders which permit the expectation to be stable and prosperous without the necessity of nominal or real growth rates. Therefore it is important to understand the basic mechanisms of contemporary monetary systems, outline problems and dilemmas of the current monetary policy and to thoroughly examine the feasibility of unconventional reform options in order to allow a degrowth economy. Begins: 11:00 Room: S 224 Track: Practice & Activism Ends: 13:00 Type: Discussion workshop Language: DE, ES Begins: 11:00 Room: S 226 Track: Practice & Activism Ends: 13:00 Type: Discussion workshop Language: EN De-Growth in Latin America? Debates around Post- extractivism Speakers: Dietz, Kristina (desigualdades.net), Moreno, Camila (Universidad Federal Rural de Rio de Janeiro), Cevallos, Belen (Rosa Luxemburg Foundation, Quito), Martín, Facundo, Prof. In Latin America controversial debates, disputes and struggles over the social, ecological, and political implications of an exacerbated nature exploitation for developmental ends, called extractivism have become part of the everyday in many parts of the region. The workshop focuses on such alternative approaches, debates and struggles that are currently taking place in different parts in Latin America under the term post-extractivism. The section thus can be considered as a platform for transregional learning between South and North. Begins: 11:00 Room: S 312 Track: Practice & Activism Ends: 13:00 Type: Discussion workshop Language: EN We organise rural development and self help Speakers: Janssen, Georg (Arbeitsgemeinschaft bäuerliche Landwirtschaft) Wir wollen in einem Werkstattgespräch über praktische Bewegungen zu aktuellen Themen auf dem Lande informieren und durch praktische Beispiele ermutigen, dass es sich lohnt sich einzumischen: Für gentechnikfreie Landwirtschaft, Kampf um Boden und Saatgut, gegen Atomenergie und für eine andere Agrarpolitik. Begins: 11:00 Room: S 213 Track: Practice & Activism Ends: 13:00 Type: Discussion workshop Language: DE Why established organisations are having trouble with the growth debate Speakers: Klostermeyer, Theresa (Deutscher Naturschutzring), Zahrnt, Angelika, Prof. Dr. (Friends of the Earth Germany BUND), Cray, Christian (Verband Entwicklungspolitik Niedersachsen), Niebert, Kai (DNR, Naturfreunde Deutschland) (angefragt), Stoll, Georg (Misereor), Abshagen, Marie-Luise (Forum Umwelt und Entwicklung) Es scheint eigentlich offensichtlich, dass Nachhaltigkeit, globale Gerechtigkeit und Generationengerechtigkeit, mit weiter nach Wachstum strebenden Industrie- und Schwellenländern zukünftig schlicht nicht mehr vereinbar sind. Woran liegt es, dass sich die großen Organisationen dennoch so schwer tun mit dem Thema? Welche konkreten Zusammenhänge bestehen zwischen dem Wachstumsdogma und der Arbeit der zivilgesellschaftlichen Akteure? Begins: 11:00 Room: S 220 Track: Practice & Activism Ends: 13:00 Type: Discussion workshop Language: DE Money as a servant. Liberating the economy from growth compulsion. 1/3 Speakers: Bender, Harald (Akademie Solidarische Ökonomie), Klaus Simon (Akademie Solidarische Ökonomie) und Norbert Bernholt (Akademie Solidarische Ökonomie) Wir haben uns daran gewöhnt, Geld als etwas anzusehen, das anscheinend für uns arbeitet und Zinsen und Renditen erwirtschaftet. Die Workshopreihe besteht aus drei Teilen in denen die Elemente eines neuen Geldsystems und einer grundlegend anderen Wirtschaftspolitik entwickelt werden sollen. Erstens: Grundfehler des herrschenden Geldsystems. Zweitens: Sozialökologische Transformation und der Umbau der Finanzsysteme. Drittens: Die Befreiung der Wirtschaftspolitik vom Wachstumszwang. Begins: 11:00 Room: S 222 Track: Practice & Activism Ends: 13:00 Type: Discussion workshop Language: DE Avoiding waste and saving resources Speakers: Hoffmann, Hartmut, Dr. (BUND e.v.) Es ist überfällig, den Anstieg des Ressourcenkonsums nicht nur zu bremsen, sondern umzukehren. Darüber hinaus muss zweitens eine materialschonende Erfassung gebrauchter Elektro-Altgeräte, Möbel und anderer Gegenstände eingeführt werden. Drittens: Steuerliche Maßnahmen bspw. Reparaturdienstleistungen mit ermäßigten Umsatzsteuersatz. Im Workshop werden nicht nur Konzepte vorgestellt, sondern der Schwerpunkt liegt auf der Entwicklung neuer Ideen zur Ressourcenschonung und die durch Aktionen von Organisationen politische Wirksamkeit entfalten können. Begins: 11:00 Room: S 223 Track: Practice & Activism Ends: 13:00 Type: Discussion workshop Language: DE Valorization of cultural diversity as a strategy for regional growth Speakers: Kuttler, Tobias (Generation Nachhaltigkeit e.v.), Dobrusskin, Janina (Generation Nachhaltigkeit e.v.) Die städtischen Entscheidungsträger verstehen kulturelle Vielfalt als einen wichtigen Faktor im globalen Städtewettbewerb. Das Image der bunten, weltoffenen Stadt wird gepflegt, um Kapital und Produktivkräfte lokal zu binden und Wachstum zu generieren. Integrations- und Migrationspolitik wird somit zur Standortstrategie. In unserem Workshop wollen wir am Beispiel Berlins diskutieren, wie das städtische Wachstumsparadigma in das Leben von Migrant_innen eingreift und welche Chancen die Postwachstumsgesellschaft für die Emanzipation und Autonomie von Migrant_innen birgt. Begins: 11:00 Room: S 225 Track: Practice & Activism Ends: 13:00 Type: Discussion workshop Language: DE 16

19 Programme Wednesday Facing the current crises critique and resistance Real alternatives? New ideas of society against the grain Speakers: Roth, Stephanie (DIVERSU e.v.), Spitzner, Meike (Wuppertal Institut), Katz, Christine, Dr. (Leuphana Universität Lüneburg), Gottschlich, Daniela (Leuphana Universität Lüneburg) Weniger, sinnstiftend und selbstbestimmt arbeiten. Mit weniger Zwängen konfrontiert sein, die eigene Kreativität ausleben. Einen dritten Weg suchen, wenn Markt und Staat versagen. Selber machen und für das gute Leben streiten. Wer wollte das nicht? Aber sind diese Alternativen ohne Fallstricke? Bieten sie wirklich gangbare Wege für sozial-ökologische Transformationen? Wir wollen einen Blick auf die Ambivalenzen, Widersprüche, Brüche zu werfen, die mit unseren eigenen Alternativen einhergehen. Begins: 11:00 Room: S 227 Track: Practice & Activism Ends: 13:00 Type: Discussion workshop Language: DE Economy for the common good - we count differently Speakers: Slabschi, Karl H. (Gemeinwohlökonomie) Die Gemeinwohlökonomie zeigt auf, dass wir auch Verantwortung mittragen für den desolaten Zustand, in der sich unsere Welt befindet das wir aber auch die Möglichkeit haben all dies zu verändern. Die Gemeinwohlökonomie plädiert für ein gutes Leben für alle. Für eine gemeinsame Verantwortung und dafür das wir nur anders zu rechnen brauchen. Wir sprechen über die Möglichkeiten der Einflussnahme und einer umfassende Demokratisierung von Wirtschaft und Politik. Wir sprechen über eine gesellschaftspolitische Revolution. Begins: 11:00 Room: S 229 Track: Practice & Activism Ends: 13:00 Type: Discussion workshop Language: DE We 11am Practice & Activism The fear of post-growth!? Speakers: Wagner, Katrin (FEM(inist)ECO(nomy) Gruppe HU Berlin), Fleischer, Anna, Kosonewski, Mike, Eyrich, Ralph, Kaufmann, Kerstin In diesem Workshop möchten wir uns mit den interpendenten Zusammenhängen von Emotionen und Wirtschaftssystemen auseinandersetzen. Wir wollen uns über die Fragen verständigen inwieweit der Kapitalismus unsere Emotionen bestimmt und ob Ängste ihm innewohnend sind wenn wir versuchen Kapitalismusalternativen zu denken. Welche materiellen und emotionalen Effekte haben historisch und sozial gewachsene Werte? Wie könnte es gelingen emotionale Zuversicht und Vertrauen auf Postwachstum herzustellen? Begins: 11:00 Room: S 310 Track: Practice & Activism Ends: 13:00 Type: Discussion workshop Language: DE Psycho-dynamics of power and consumption Speakers: Schenk, Sandra (attac Leipzig) Aggression und Depression, Burnout, Sucht, der Drang zu Konformität und Anpassung, Angst vor Nichtakzeptanz all das sind Massenphänomene, die uns täglich begegnen. Attac Leipzig und die Diplompsychologin, Therapeutin und Musikwissenschaftlerin Maria Ziemer möchten mit euch diskutieren wie Konsum, Markt, Konkurrenz und Beschleunigung das soziale Verhalten von Kindern und Erwachsenen beeinflusst, und wo mögliche Veränderungen ansetzen können. Begins: 11:00 Room: S 313 Track: Practice & Activism Ends: 13:00 Type: Discussion workshop Language: DE Claiming sufficiency! An introduction to the policy of sufficiency Speakers: Holthaus, Anna (BUND Jugend) Die Debatte um eine Postwachstumsökonomie beschäftigt sich bislang noch sehr viel mit der indivi duelle Ebene. Das ist zwar wichtig, aber nur die halbe Wahrheit: Ebenso braucht es Impulse aus der Politik. Welche Weichen muss die Politik für eine Postwachstumsökonomie und -gesellschaft stellen? Nach einer kurzen theoretischen Einführung in das Politikfeld der Suffizienzpolitik möchten wir dies gemeinsam diskutieren und interaktiv auf unterschiedliche Politikbereiche anwenden. Max. 25 Teilnehmende. Bitte 15 min. vor Workshopbeginn erscheinen. Begins: 11:00 Room: S 314 Track: Practice & Activism Ends: 13:00 Type: Discussion workshop Language: DE Turn of growth turn of thinking Speakers: Steffestun, Theresa (Netzwerk Plurale Ökonomik), Barth, Jonathan (Netzwerk Plurale Ökonomik) Ökonomisches Denken ist uns zur absoluten Gebrauchsanweisung für unser Leben, ja für die ganze Welt geworden. Um die geistige Monokultur im (ökonomischen) Denken zu brechen und aus den aktuellen Krisen zu lernen braucht es eine Wende; eine Denkwende. Diese Denkwende scheint Drehund Angelpunkt eines ganzheitlichen Wandels zu sein und führt Bewegungen, wie etwa Degrowth oder Plurale Ökonomik, zusammen. Welchen Beitrag leisten diese Perspektiven zu einer Denkwende? Wie kann sie gestaltet werden? Begins: 11:00 Room: S 315 Track: Practice & Activism Ends: 13:00 Type: Discussion workshop Language: DE Climate justice and post-growth Speakers: Ekardt, Felix, Prof. Dr. (BUND e.v.) Für einen effektiven Klimaschutz braucht es erhebliche Emissionsminderungen. Klare und ambitionierte Ziele werden jedoch nur möglich sein mit einem gerechten Ansatz - gerechten Emissionsbudgets, gerechter Finanzierung für Anpassung und Minderung, gerechten Entwicklungschancen. Der Workshop stellt wesentliche Kriterien und Ansätze für Klimagerechtigkeit vor und was der BUND bisher zu ihrer Realisierung getan hat. Der Workshop bietet einen breiten Raum zur Diskussion über künftige Aktionen und Kooperationen. Children and degrowth - bond as a societal task Speakers: Schmidt, Nicola (Artgerecht Projekt), Dibbern, Julia (Artgerecht Projekt) Leistungsfähig, mobil und perfekt organisiert - Familien in unserer Gesellschaft sind idealisierte Mechanismen, die rund um die Uhr funktionieren. Bindung spielt in der Wachstumsgesellschaft keine Rolle - denn sie schafft per se keinen Wert, der sich im Bruttosozialprodukt direkt auswirkt. Die Idee von Artgerecht : Wir wollen für Familien einen Systemwandel hin zu einer Gesellschaft, in der Bindung wieder möglich ist, in der sie einen Wert hat und Anerkennung erfährt. Begins: 11:00 Room: S 320 Track: Practice & Activism Ends: 13:00 Type: Discussion workshop Language: DE Begins: 11:00 Room: S 321 Track: Practice & Activism Ends: 13:00 Type: Discussion workshop Language: DE 17

20 Programme Wednesday Facing the current crises critique and resistance We 11am Practice & Activism Privatizations as driver for growth Speakers: Valentukeviciute, Laura (Gemeingut in BürgerInnenhand), Voss, Elisabeth (Gemeingut in BürgerInnen Hand / NETZ für Selbstverwaltung und Kooperation + CONTRASTE Monatszeitung für Selbstorganisation) Privatisierungen sind Raub an Gemeingütern der Daseinsvorsorge und an dem, was alle Menschen zum Leben brauchen. Die große Privatisierungswelle in Europa hat in kurzer Zeit zahlreiche Infrastrukturen zerstört, das Land und die Menschen wirtschaftlich in den Ruin getrieben. Eine alternative, solidarische Wirtschaftsweise braucht sowohl praktische Beispiele anderen Wirtschaftens als auch den Kampf gegen Privatisierungen jeder Art. Wir werden u.a. das Projekt Privatisierungsmelder vorstellen. 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