This event is a part of :
The Green European Foundation is, with the support of its partner foundation Ökopolisz, organising a workshop to discuss the possible greening effects of the 4th Industrial Revolution.
The 4th Industrial Revolution: Opportunities for Green Transformation in the World of Employment
As part of our ongoing transnational project on questions around green transformation and a post-growth society, we are hosting a workshop in Budapest to discuss new technologies and other ‘change-makers’, such as climate disruption, and how they contribute to an ongoing social-ecological transformation and the 4th industrial revolution fueled by disruptive technologies such as digitalisation or robotisation.
17:15-18:00: Green transformation – freedom and security in uncertain times
Dirk HOLEMANS director, Oikos Research Center, Belgium
18:00-18:30: What makes the 4th Industrial Revolution different from the previous ones? What are the major dangers and the biggest opportunities?
KIS Miklós, journalist
18:30-19:00: Humans or profit comes first? How do politics and politicians help?
SCHMUCK Erzsébet, Member of the Hungarian Parliament, Politics Can Be Different
19:00 – 19:20: break, buffet
19:20 – 20:20: Forum with the speakers
20:20 – 20:30: Closing Remarks
Dirk Holemans director, Oikos Research Center, Belgium
Registration and information
The event will be provide simultaneous English-Hungarian interpretation throughout the programme.
It is free of charge, but subject to prior registration. For more information, please visit the Ökopolisz website.
Budapest, 1062 Hungary