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Paul Streifeneder

Paul Streifeneder

Paul Streifeneder works as a project manager for the Pleistocene & Permafrost Foundation for almost 1.5 years now. His main responsibilities are marketing strategy, fundraising strategy and managing the certification process. Besides his work at the foundation, he is also studying Business Administration at the University for Applied Science in Munich. He got interested in this field of work through an elective class at university, where the conversations revolved around different problems concerning planetary boundaries, growth in capitalism, and the connection to the climate crisis. He realized that there is a huge potential for a change and sees it as a challenge to tackle in the future.

Articles

In the article The Future is Feral—And Climate Resilient in Yes! Magazine, Irene Lyla Lee suggests that it is time to change our attitude towards feral plants. They are not just weeds; they are an integral part of the environment we live in.  …
The contemporary corporation is primarily driven by the pursuit of short-term profits for its shareholders. In contrast, cooperative companies tend to adopt a more holistic perspective on business operations. Numerous studies have demonstrated that c…
   According to the Gini Index, in every major region of the world outside of Europe, extreme wealth is becoming concentrated in just a handful of people. “In 2021, the richest 1% of Americans owned 34.9% of the country’s we…
In today’s economy, if an industrial plant upriver creates water pollution, and a community downriver is forced to cover the cost of the cleanup, it is considered an externality for the company causing the pollution. These types of external…
The Urgent Need for Planetary Systems Change    In February, 2022, the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) issued “a stark warning about the impact of climate change on people and the planet, saying that ecosystem co…
What is carbon offsetting? If you are concerned about global warming and you are the CEO of a corporation in Europe or the US, and your company’s production plants pollute the air and water with various chemicals, then you’d naturally want to do s…
1. Plant-Centered Diet Photo by Anna Pelzer on Unsplash The Western diet is increasingly meat-centered and raising livestock accounts for nearly 15% of global greenhouse gasses. If livestock were a nation of their own, it would be the third gre…
The story of how we got to climate change is familiar to most of us: our extractive human habits, free market economies, and short-sighted use of new inventions gave us coal-fired power plants, industrial farming, and gas guzzling automobiles. These …
William E. Rees, in his essay ”A blot on the land“ (Nature 421, 898; 2003), uses the ecological-footprint concept to argue that the “carrying capacity” of the Earth has been exceeded because of technological and economic growth, and to counter s…

Podcasts

Systems Change Deep Dives
Systems Change Deep Dives
Rewilding and Permafrost Conservation with Paul Streifeneder
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In the fifth episode of the A Systems Change Deep Dive podcast, we explore rewilding and permafrost conservation with Paul Streifeneder, Project Manager at the Pleistocene & Permafrost Foundation.

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