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Next Future of Fair Finance in
November, 2022, in and from Mannheim

The fifth Future of Fair Finance will take place on November (10 or 16), 2022. This time the focus will be on the results of the projekt turnaround money: More environmental protection
through Sustainable Finance in pilot cities in Europe.

Impressions Future of Fair Finance May 25, 2021

“Affordable Housing and Climate Protection”

Save the Date: Future of Fair Finance on
May 25, 2021 online from Mannheim

The fourth Future of Fair Finance will take place on May 25, 2021. This time it will be a side event to the European Social Economy Summit, which will also take place online. Participants from at least 20 countries are expected at this congress, which is held every 2 years in Europe. Accordingly, this time the Future of Fair Finance will also present and integrate exciting regional finance approaches from Europe, this time around the topic of “Affordable Housing and Climate Protection”.

the minds behind it

A team of professional partners with different perspectives forms the heart of Future of Fair Finance. In the regions in which the events take place, we work specifically with local partners.

Fair Finance Institute - Markus Duscha

Founder Markus Duscha looks back on more than 25 years of political-strategic consulting and research work for sustainable development. Since 2017, he has been contributing to the design of sustainable finance through consulting and research with the Fair Finance Institute, which he founded.

Starkmacher e.V. - Christian Röser

Christian Röser and his teamwork with partners from various fields of work and benefit from knowledge transfer, established infrastructures and a large network.

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Review: Future of Fair Finance Mannheim 2021

“Financing Affordable Housing and Climate Protection”

In Germany, the building sector will exceed its annual emission level according to the Climate Protection Act in 2020, as current figures from the Federal Environment Agency show. Especially in residential buildings, CO2 emissions have even increased.
This year’s Future of Fair Finance event therefore looked at how innovative financing models in Europe can be used to promote climate protection in residential buildings, while at the same time keeping housing affordable!

As the Future of Fair Finance on 25 May was a side event of the European Social Economy Summit, it could be followed through simultaneous interpretation in German and English.

Some of the speakers were:

Dr. Anna Athanasopoulou

Dr. Anna Athanasopoulou

EU Commission, Head of Unit “Proximity, social economy and creative industries” in DG GROW

Dr. Peter Kurz

Dr. Peter Kurz

Mayor of the City of Mannheim

Sven Giegold

Sven Giegold

Spokesperson of the German Greens in the European Parliament and spokesperson of the Green Group in the Committee on Economic and Financial Policy

Christiane Ram

Christiane Ram

City of Mannheim, Head of Department for Economic and Structural Development

Helmut Augustin

Helmut Augustin

Sparkasse Rhein Neckar Nord, Deputy Chairman of the Board

Nils Bormann

Nils Bormann

German Energy Agency (dena), Coordination of Energiesprong pilot projects in Germany

Knut Höller

Knut Höller

Board member at „Living in Metropolises SCE mbH“, Berlin and excecutive board member of „Initiative Wohnungswirtschaft Osteuropa (IWO) e.V.“ (Housing Initiative for Eastern Europe)

Christian Loy

Christian Loy

Social economist, ecologist and author

Peter Mellwig

Peter Mellwig

Institute for Energy and Environmental Research Heidelberg (“ifeu”)

Alexis Versele

Alexis Versele

Architect and socio-ecological constructions at Technology Campus Ghent, Gent, Belgium/ KU Leuven

Gesa Vögele

Gesa Vögele

Corporate Responsibility Interface Center (CRIC) e. V., Member of CRIC Management Team

agenda

Here you will find the detailed agenda.