The second workshop - Future Workshop Nordhausen on 9 June 2022 - looked further for concrete spaces and actors as well as their connections to shape a climate neutral, socially just and cycle-oriented future in Nordhausen:
What does the energy country of tomorrow look like?
What resources for a climate-friendly future are hidden in the region?
What are the anchors of a cycle-oriented daily life?
The research team therefore explored the region in preparation for the workshop, held discussions and formulated initial questions for the future of the space against the background of the disciplines. The research fields concern sociological spatial and migration research, sustainable material cycles, climate-friendly and ecological spatial development and landscape design. In joint discussions, participants mapped the findings, discussed their interactions and developed an interdisciplinary common understanding of space: Five characteristic subspaces were introduced, which allow for specific perspectives on problems and challenges oriented towards nature spacial/systematic spaces and structures.
All the approaches will be further developed into action proposals until 29 September 2022 when they will be tested and discussed at the final forum.