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The Mobility of the Future

Day after day, they clog up city centres, bring traffic to a standstill and make people ill with their exhaust fumes. The demand for fewer cars on the roads is therefore becoming ever louder.
For three multimedia articles for Leibniz Magazine we spoke with economist Claudia Kemfert, physicist Günther Tränkle and sociologist Andreas Knie about the mobility of the future.

Commissioned by “leibniz“, the magazine of the Leibniz-Gemeinschaft (Leibniz Association).
Interviews by Stefanie Hardik.

My roles: cinematography, editing and production.

Andreas Knie

Interview with Andreas Knie the Berlin Social Science Center’s mobility researcher and sociologist.

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The mobility scientist

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Do we need the traffic turnaround?

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Should electric mobility be given special support?

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Is electric mobility more environmentally harmful than conventional technology

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Is Germany missing the boat?

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How do you travel yourself?

Günther Tränkle

Interview with Günther Tränkle a key component developer for future traffic. He questions whether vehicles will have to  be electric in future.

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The physician.

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Do we need the traffic turnaround?

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Should electric mobility be given special support?

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Is electric mobility more environmentally harmful than conventional technology

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Is Germany missing the boat?

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How do you travel yourself?

Claudia Kemfert

Interview with Claudia Kemfert Head of the department Energy, Transportation, Environment at the German Institute of Economic Research (DIW Berlin) about the future of traffic. She considers many of the objections aired to be “negative myths”.

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The Energy Economist

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Do we need the traffic turnaround?

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Should electric mobility be given special support?

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Is electric mobility more environmentally harmful than conventional technology

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Is Germany missing the boat?

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How do you travel yourself?

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