Fokus: Baltic Sea

Podcast session. Photo: Karla Hartmann

The rediscovery of "radio" via podcasts also inspires IFZO researchers. Listen to the questions, answers and debates of our clusters. Encounter topics like  security, cultural heritage and sustainability in the Baltic Sea region in a regular series of talks and debates. Scientists of the University of Greifswald explain their approaches for researching innovation in rural areas, rhetorical strategies of populists and the energy transition. Do not hesitate to contact us for questions and suggestions here ifzouni-greifswaldde.

We wish you a lot of fun and good entertainment while listening!

All the episodes to listen to:

Episode 4 – A look at rural areas: opportunities and potentials in the Baltic Sea Region

Episode 4 – A look at rural areas: opportunities and potentials in the Baltic Sea Region

In the fourth episode of our podcast Prof. Dr. Christine Tamásy and Dr. Miriam Richter-Tokar present the Cluster Regional Development and Rural Areas and its members. The research ideas of the cluster are presented in their diversity and the focus on rural areas, which has been left out of studies on regional development for too long, is explained. Above all, perception and discourses are to be considered when investigating the chances of rural areas in regional development. If you would like to learn more about the actors, services of general interest and entrepreneurship in rural areas, please listen in. (By now the episode is only available in German.)

PLAY– A look at rural areas: opportunities and potentials in the Baltic Sea Region

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Credits - Intro/Outro:

Musik: "Hafentor" mit freundlicher Genehmigung von "Lupus in Fabula".
Möwen:  "Seagulls close-up" by juskiddink on freesound.org (CC BY 3.0).

Der Podcast ist unter der Lizenz (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0) verfügbar.

Episode 3 – Energy Transition in the Baltic Sea Region: Present and Future

Episode 3 – Energy Transition in the Baltic Sea Region: Present and Future

Podcast recording from the home office. Photo: Farid Karimi

In episode three of the IFZO podcast, Dr. Farid Karimi and Prof. Dr. Rodi present the Energy Cluster. They discuss the current and future possibilities of an energy transition in the Baltic Sea Region and explain why Greifswald, of all places, is the right place to do research on this topic.

PLAY – Energy Transition in the Baltic Sea Region: Present and Future

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Credits - Intro/Outro:

Musik: "Hafentor" mit freundlicher Genehmigung von "Lupus in Fabula".
Möwen:  "Seagulls close-up" by juskiddink on freesound.org (CC BY 3.0).

Der Podcast ist unter der Lizenz (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0) verfügbar.

Episode 2 - The Baltic Sea Region in transition to a sustainable region

Episode 2 - The Baltic Sea Region in transition to a sustainable region

Prof. Dr. Susanne Stoll-Kleemann and Dr. Stefan Ewert discuss lokal and global aspects of sustainability. Photo: Jan Reinicke

In the second episode of the IFZO podcast, the Cluster Sustainability in the Baltic Sea Region introduces itself and discusses not only local topics, such as the ecological management of mires by paludic cultures, but also global aspects of sustainability, such as flight shaming.

 

PLAY- The Baltic Sea Region in transition to a sustainable region

 

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Credits - Intro/Outro:

Music: "Hafentor" by courtesy of "Lupus in Fabula".
Seagulls:  "Seagulls close-up" by juskiddink on freesound.org (CC BY 3.0).

The podcast is available under license (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0).

 

Episode 1 - Exploring the Future of the Baltic Sea Region

Episode 1 - Exploring the Future of the Baltic Sea Region

Dr Drost and Prof Dr Dr h.c. North present the IFZO. Photo: Karla Hartmann

In the first episode of the IFZO podcast Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Michael North, spokesman of IFZO, and Dr. Alexander Drost, coordinator of the Research Centre, talk about the

Interdisciplinary Centre for Baltic Sea Region Research, its structure and goals.

 

PLAY- Exploring the Future of the Baltic Sea Region

 

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Credits - Intro/Outro:

Music: "Hafentor" by courtesy of "Lupus in Fabula".
Seagulls:  "Seagulls close-up" by juskiddink on freesound.org (CC BY 3.0).

The podcast is available under license (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0).