Nachhaltige Wohn(T)räume in Salzburg?

Inter- and transdisciplinary exchange with students and representatives of the University of Salzburg, Salzburg University of Applied Sciences and Mozarteum University. Observations from a socio-cultural perspective and from the point of view of cultural mediation around conflicting goals and possible solutions.
The city is changing. The world of work and society are changing. Established forms of coexistence are dissolving and new ones are emerging. The changing structure of different generations, classes and cultures offers both a source of friction and a breeding ground for forward-looking forms of coexistence.
What framework conditions are needed for more affordable and climate-friendly living space? How must our growing demands in terms of space, furnishings and usage habits change? Which social innovations point the way?
– Sustainable development goals and goal achievement
– Conflict management and conflict transformation
– Interaction between art, science and technology to develop forward-looking solutions.

Organised by the University Mozarteum Salzburg, Department of Sustainability, in cooperation with the Paris Lodron University and the FH Salzburg, Applied Social Sciences, University of Salzburg, Social Geography.

The event is part of the series eARTh: Klima, Kunst, Kultur“.