Walter Stadler







Walter Stadler

Vorkämpfer für die Leistbare Energieautarkie von Globalen Dörfern mittels innovativen Methoden, aufbauend auf die Aldea Global Popular mit Solex-Pumpe von Dr. UweChristianPlachetka

Curriculum Vitae
Academic Titel: Mag. rer. nat. (equivalent to Master´s Degree)

First name: Walter

Last name: Stadler

Adress: Gymnasiumstrasse 85/513, 1190 Wien

Email: walterstadler@gmail.com

Phone: 0681 102 77 514

Skype: walterstadler

Sex: male

Status: single

Day of Birth: 12.03.1976

Place of Birth: Steyr an der Enns (Upper Austria)

Citizenship: Austria


  • Since 05/2006 Doctoral Program at the Institute of Anthropology at theUniversity of Vienna, Title: „Knowledge and Decisionmaking– Evidence of non thermal biological Effects of
Electromagnetic Fields (EMF) and Stakeholder Analysis in the Economic Area of Vienna.“
  • 1998 – 2006 Mag. rer. nat. (equivalent to Master´s Degree) Study of Biology at the University of Vienna, Major Ecology, Focus on Human Ecology, Thesis: „Sectoral Energy Intensities in
the Austrian Economy in 1995 and 2000 derived from Physical Input-Output Analysis” at the Institute for Social Ecology IFF- Vienna
  • 1998 Study of Social Economy at the University of Linz (summer semester only)
  • 1991 – 1996 High School for Electrotechnical Engineering, Waidhofen ander Ybbs (Lower Austria)
  • 2006 – 2009 Assistant at the Epidemiologic Environmental Health Study
„Health Effects of Mobile Phone Base Stations – Student Council at Dorm Base 19, Vienna“
  • 2003 – 2008 Assistant for Scientific Experiments in Organic Farming at
the University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences Vienna, Groß Enzersdorf
  • 06/2003 –
12/2003 Internship at the „Forum Umweltbildung“ (Forum Environmental Education), Focus: Climate Change and Climate Protection, Search, Glossary Work Experience
  • Since 09/2008 Research Associate at the Institute for Safety- and Risk
Sciences at the University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences Vienna, Last Project: „Risks and Sustainability of Renewable forms of Energy in Austria (RiNEE?)“ Positions of Responsibility
  • 2006 – 2010 Audit Board Member of the Student Council of Student
Dorm Base 19 (Former: „Haus Döbling“)
  • 2001 – 2006 Representative and Environmental Section Representative of
the Student Council of Student Dorm Base 19


Playing Oboe in Balkan Gypsy Music, Pop- and World Music

M.Sc. Thesis

Sectoral energy intensities in the Austrian Economy in 1995 and 2000 derived from physical Input-Output Analysis (Master Thesis Institut für Forschung und Fortbildung - Universität Klagenfurt, Vienna 2006, download-here

Nina Eisenmenger, Ruth Kratochvil et al. 2005: (Co-Autor) „Material Flows in USA, Saudi Arabia and Switzerland“. Social Ecology Working Paper 74. Vienna

UweChristianPlachetka, WalterStadler:"Beilage 1 zum Abschlussbericht des Projektes: Risiken und Nachhaltigkeit Erneuerbarer Energien in Abhängigkeit von Skalierung und Einsatzbedingungen" Vienna, 2010 download-here

Contributions / Beiträge

Human Ecological Environmental Research

One current and useful approach in Human Ecology by Stephen Bocking (2007): "Nature´s Experts - Science, Politics and the Environment.", Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, New Jersey.

Environmental topics are widely seen as scientific matters. For example the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the European Environment Agency, Envoronment Canada and others invest in scientific research, get advice from scientific comittees and according to their daily business, they assure interest groups that their research and outcomes are based on science. Environmentalists who sometimes are ambivalent about the effects of science and technology, draw on scientific expertise, like national environmental organizations recruit professional scientific talent, while community groups get their expertise from volunteer scientists from the local university. In a similar way businesspeople want to base their environmental polcies on "sound science" - and of course so do the media by getting scientists in television coverage of controversal environmental issues. So science often determines what becomes an environmental issue primarily. For instance air quality is measured by scientists and reported in the media, so poor or bad air qualitiy just exists, because it can be measured scientifically.

Very widely, science is seen as a source of reliable knowledge regarding the natural environment and the impacts of human activities. But science is much more than that, because scientific knowledge and scientists play several roles in envoronmental politics: on the one hand they not only shape regulatory decisions and ohter environmental protecting initiatives, and on the other hand they shape processes which can be a reason for making a decision and taking initiatives and of course debates and controversies surrounding these processes. So we can say the science itself is often a focus of debate. In many environmental controversies, opposing parties have scientific evidence, express their conflicting interests and also values in terms of scientific knowledge. More and more citizens are unwilling to accept uncritically the judgments of experts - and this has become one of the primary political dynamics of environmental decision making. In many cases resistance reflects awareness of the close connections between scientists and powerful economic and political interests, for example like agricultural biotechnology, the meaningfulness of fossil and nuclear energy generation etc. So in a society where environmental affairs can be the scene of intense disputes over divergent views of the world and conflicting interests, research results and scientists are often contested. Therefore Bocking recommendes an extended view and definition of science including the observation of the social structure elements: scientific knowledge, including knowledge about the application of this knowledge being able to solve practical problems within the interactive structure and area of universities, government, private sector and non-profit sector.

Würde das hier empfehlen Uwe: http://www.springerlink.com/content/978-1-4020-4551-6/#section=22486&page=1&locus=0

Renewable Forms of Energy

Seeing this matter with the additional aspect of Sephen Bocking (2007) one promising sustainable technology with the so far observed least side effects is the so called air or water vortex technology by the Austrian Forester "Victor Schauberger" (1885 - 1958).

Here I want to show youtube videos of a water vortex power plants in Obergrafendorf/St. Pölten/Lower Austria and U.S.A and 8 parts of a Victor Schauberger tv documentation on ORF and 3 Sat as well as 2 high quality biographic videos in English.