As one of society’s most crucial challenges today and for the decades to come, climate change is already having immediate impacts worldwide and many African societies are amongst the most heavily affected. This year’s ASA Kaleidoskop focuses on climate change challenges and on innovative ways of tackling them. It is aimed at international stakeholders in the area of sustainable business / climate change and members of the ASA network and will offer a platform for participants from different backgrounds and geographic regions to share their experiences and discuss their specific views on the conference topic.
This year’s ASA Kaleidoskop is organized by the ASA-Program within the framework of the African German Youth Initiative (AGYI). It follows the Autumn School for Sustainable Entrepreneurship, a one-week format for young sustainable entrepreneurs from Germany and various African countries. The 22 Autumn School participants will attend the Kaleidoskop and contribute to it with their own projects.
The ASA Kaleidoskop comprises key notes on climate and sustainable entrepreneurship, workshops, pitches from Autumn School participants and from relevant social businesses, in-between activities and a lot of networking opportunities. It will highlight the following questions: