Exodus or Exitus: What will happen with Europe?

Club Carinthia invites you to the Tolerance Talks 2020 preview – The radical changes in the economy and environment are forcing people to rethink their tried and tested ways of life and behavior. Large cities as well as rural regions are affected by climate change, with serious consequences for the entire food and energy production. The industrialized world is upside down and once again people have to ask themselves how to stop the progressive destruction of their own livelihood.

Behavioral biologist Elisabeth Oberzaucher, a Carinthian from Hermagor, has been researching and teaching at the Faculty of Life Sciences at the University of Vienna since 2001. She has been the scientific director of the Urban Human Association since 2015, and her book “Homo Urbanus” on urban life from an evolutionary perspective was published in 2017. She became known to a wider audience through her appearances at the TV as “Science Buster”. At Club Carinthia she will explain her thoughts and insights on the general topic of the European Tolerance Talks 2020 “Exodus – Excerpt from the Familiar” from a behavioral perspective.

Date: Thursday, February 13, 2020, from 6.30 p.m.
Location: Oberbank Schwarzenbergplatz 5, 1030 Vienna

Afterwards, psychologist Margarethe Prinz-Büchl, PEN President Helmuth A. Niederle, Travel Industry Club boss Harald Hafner and and President of the Board of Trustees of the European Tolerance Talks, Hannes Swoboda, will discuss with journalist Claus Reitan the current challenges for people and the environment in view of the increasingly radical challenges for politics and society about a possible “new start”.

The partners of the tolerance talks:
PEN-Club Austria: http://www.penclub.at
Club Carinthia: https://www.club-carinthia.at/
Travel Industry Club Austria: http://www.travelindustryclub.at
LEADER Region Villach https://rm-kaernten.at/lag-villach-umland/
Villach Tourism http://www.region-villach.at
City of Villach: http://villach.at

Interested journalists will be invited to a press conference with the proponents of Denk.Raum.Fresach and the European Tolerance Talks – also in the Oberbank – from 5:30 p.m.

Information for media representatives: Dr. Wilfried Seywald, Tel .: 0699-18114006 – Email: presse@fresach.org
Registration for the publicly accessible event: info@club-carinthia.at

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