Mit Harald Heinrichs (DE), produziert von Marold Langer-Philippsen (DE)

Harald Heinrichs describes the necessary connection in sustainability from the countryside to the city, from small communities to megacities. Individuals can promote sustainability, but even more so when they join forces with others.

Marold Langer-Philippsen

Marold Langer-Philippsen, born in Munich, lives in Europe, works as radio/media artist, director, performer, stage/exhibition designer and musician in the fields of time-based arts with particular attention to public space, theatre and live broadcast since 1984.

His radio works were created for community radios in Europe, Public Broadcast Stations in Germany, Austria, Czech Republic and Slovakia, Ars Electronica Linz and São Paulo Art Biennial. His performance works were presented throughout Europe, in the Middle East, South America and Australia.

© Harald Heinrichs
Harald Heinrichs

Dr. Harald Heinrichs, sociologist, is Professor of Sustainability and Politics at the Leuphana University Lüneburg. In research and teaching he works about sustainability, politics and society with a specific focus on municipal sustainability and on arts and sensory-aesthetic approaches for sustainable development. Before he joined the Leuphana University he worked at several research institutions and Universities in Germany and abroad and as sustainability manager for KPMG.