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Meins wird deins (March 30)


Upcoming WU Matters WU Talks public lecture by STaR Faculty Member Bernadette Kamleitner. . .

Sharing instead of throwing away, reusing instead of buying new – everyone can help to make the world a bit more sustainable. What are the psychological mechanisms at play in the second-hand marketplace? What are the options, and who profits? These are just some of the questions we’ll be discussing with experts from academia and business. Before the event, at 5:00pm, you will have the opportunity to take a closer look at the WU University Library’s new POP collection (Possession, Ownership, Property).

Please note this the event will be in German language. Scroll down for description in German.

When? March 30

Where? Library & Learning Center Ceremonial Hall 1 and YouTube livestream


Bernadette Kamleitner,Institute Head and Professor, Institute for Marketing & Consumer Research, STaR Faculty Member

Panel discussion:

Sylvia Dellantonio, Managing Director of willhaben

Christine Hochholdinger, Head of the Department of Waste Prevention, Recovery and Assessment, Federal Ministry for Climate Action, Environment, Energy, Mobility, Innovation, and Technology

Nunu Kaller, author, communications and sustainability consultant, THINK kallerful

Bernadette Kamleitner, Institute Head and Professor, Institute for Marketing & Consumer Research, WU

Andreas Obrecht, sociologist, ORF Ö1



Meins wird deins

Weitergeben statt Wegwerfen, Gebrauchtes wiederverwenden statt Neues kaufen – alle können einen Beitrag zur Nachhaltigkeit leisten. Welche psychologischen Mechanismen spielen auf dem Secondhand-Markt eine Rolle? Welche Möglichkeiten gibt es und wer profitiert? Diese und weitere Fragen diskutieren Expert*innen aus Wissenschaft und Praxis. Im Vorfeld, bereits um 17:00 Uhr, gibt es die Möglichkeit vor Ort einen Einblick in die neu eröffnete POP-Sammlung (Possession, Ownership, Property) der WU-Bibliothek zu bekommen.


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