Humans have inscribed themselves in all ecosystems, in the Earth's atmosphere and even in the deep geological layers of the planet. It is in this context that Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin opens the Humboldt Laboratory with its interactive inaugural exhibition "After Nature." The show demonstrates how the connections between political orders and nature are responsible for this change, and how environmental and resource issues conversely have immense influence on all political systems. The crisis of nature is closely intertwined with social crises. The liberal model of society, with its promises of prosperity and progress, has also caused tremendous changes in human-environment systems. And it has resulted in significant inequalities - both within societies and between states. In the form of a modern Wunderkammer , the exhibition brings together a wide range of research approaches to these and other current issues and relates them to positions from the history of science.
Further information: Languages: German, English. Time slot ticket required. Free admission. Wheelchair accessible.This content has been machine translated.