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Reading: Annette Hug
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reading and conversation
Wednesday, June 29, 2022 8:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m
The EU Commission has decided to give nuclear energy a sustainability seal and thus the green coat of paint . At the same time, the most urgent question in terms of nuclear power still remains: where to put the nuclear waste? What could a sustainable, safe solution to nuclear waste look like? Four areas were used by the Federal Society for Disposal (BGE) for the development of methods, and Bavaria is also being searched for.
Author Annette Hug also deals with these questions in her novel “Tiefenlager”, which was published in 2021. In it, five completely different protagonists take on the common task of documenting knowledge about the dangers and handling of nuclear waste for future generations. To do this, they found an order that is intended to pass on the knowledge of their methods from generation to generation. Because they want to prevent people from ever having to die from the radiation of a repository.
In Munich, Annette Hug read from her novel. Together we want to then start a conversation about the basic question of future energy production.
is a student of political science at the Technical University of Munich. His main areas of interest are the theory of democracy, environmental policy in national and international comparison as well as sustainable participation processes. He is co-founder of the Council of the Young Generation (RdjG), which brings the perspectives and interests of young people into the site selection process for the search for a repository.
studied history and women and development studies in Zurich and Manila. After working as a lecturer and union secretary, she now lives in Zurich as a freelance author. For her third novel Wilhelm Tell in Manila she received the Swiss Literature Prize from the Swiss Federal Office for Culture
**Martin Stümpfig, MdL**
Spokesman for Energy & Climate Protection Parliamentary Group Bündnis 90/Die Grünen, Dipl. Environment Ing. FH
worked as a daily newspaper editor after her traineeship at the Mittelbayerische Zeitung, including several years in the editorial management before she became a freelance journalist. Since 2005 she has also worked for Neumarkter Lammsbräu in the area of branding and communication, including in the fields of PR, internal communication and social media. She writes on CSR and sustainable development, with a preference for the social aspects of societal transformation.
**Lost Weekend** , Schellingstrasse 3
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organizer[Petra Kelly Foundation](http://petra-kelly-stiftung.de/)