What we do
As part of the Akasha Research Network, people with a background in natural and political sciences, education, medicine, IT, law and economics do research on relevant topics of our time. These include public health and mobility, as well as environmental and climate protection.
In our papers, we approach these topics in an interdisciplinary manner and from an independent, holistic perspective, highlighting essential aspects and presenting them in their relevant context. The aim of the Research Network is to create transparency and to encourage action and further research. The target groups are stakeholders and decision-makers, people with a scientific interest and the general public.
Within an interconnected world, challenged by multiple existential crises and political-economic upheavals, complex issues cannot be solved when solely addressed in an isolated manner or when driven by self-interest.
Inspired by the universal vision of the Akasha Academy of the Buddhist Master Tulku Khyungdor Rinpoche, the Akasha Research Network seeks practical answers that are based on facts and of benefit for all. Our Buddhist background is based on the universal principles of our existence: We all live on this planet, we share the same elements and resources. We are all responsible for the whole.
„We all breathe the same air, we all drink the same water,
we all walk on the same earth.“ TK Rinpoche
Brave new world: The green conscience of electromobility
In this paper we focus on electromobility, the great hope for climate-friendly transport of the future. Besides the often highlighted advantages, some aspects require closer examination. The most important aspects are summarized in the last section.
Summary: 9 pages, as of 01.02.22
Long version: 17 pages, as of 01.02.22
Contact Persons: Alexa Schaegner and Dr. Julia Borchardt, email@example.com
Cooming Soon: Clean the paths for whales
Whales play a vital role for the whole system of Earth. Nevertheless, the future of most whale species is severely threatened. Therefore, we engaged in this topic researching the interdependencies between everything connected with them. Read a first article about it here: http://www.akasha-academy.org/clean-the-path-for-whales/