MINE – The bridge between environment and economy Sun, 18th October 2020, 5:00 pm Malte Faber, Marc Frick & Reiner Manstetten In dialogue A group of scientists at the University of Heidelberg is dedicated to the interaction between nature and economy. “MINE” stands for “Mapping the Interplay between Nature and Economy”. It focuses on fundamental concepts such as time, thermodynamics, evolution, homo politicus and justice, thus creating a new picture of economic activity within nature. The dominant approach of mainstream economics, which views nature as a subsystem of the economy, is thus replaced by a broader and more integrative frame of reference. In the working group around the economist Malte Faber, scientists from the fields of physics, mathematics, philosophy as well as economics are involved and contribute with their findings to the field of environmental economics. A discussion of the findings of interdisciplinary environmental research over the last 40 years. The event takes place hybrid at the DAI Heidelberg and online. Due to the currently limited number of places, we recommend using the advance booking service. Tickets for the online event can be purchased in the regular advance sale. Members of the DAI Freundeskreis receive free access to the online event. They will receive a weekly newsletter with the access data up to 6 hours before the event. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your membership number if you are unsure whether you already receive our member newsletter. We will then add you directly to the distribution list.