Environmental Policy 3.0 – the German Festival of the Future

10 Sep 2016

Climate-KIC will join the celebrations of the German Federal Environment Ministry and share our exciting projects and programmes which create climate action. 

This year, the German Federal Environment Ministry turns 30. Civic participation and cooperation with civil society have had a formative influence on the youngest Federal Government ministry throughout its history. In keeping with this tradition, to mark its birthday the BMUB has invited everyone to join in the debate about the environmental policy of the future, and to share their viewpoints and priorities.

More than 100 associations, initiatives and groups will be contributing on a large and small scale to this colourful mosaic of environmental policy issues and activities: Grouped into themes such as “Climate action & energy transition”, “Nature conservation & species diversity”, and “Cities, nature & life”, topics will include smart cities, species conservation, sports and the environment, green economy, and much more besides. With a host of speakers and international guests, an environmental cinema programme, several concerts, information stands and events for the whole family to get involved in, there will be almost 200 inspiring contributions on (almost) every challenge facing environmental and climate policy.

Climate-KIC offering

Climate-KIC will be offering interesting talks and videos in the Green Garage, for two days in a row, with discussions around themes Decision Metrics and Finance and Sustainable Production Systems , and an overview on the Climate-KIC Accelerator Programme and the enCO2re project. 


Date: 10 September 2016, 10:30 am – 11 September 2016, 4:30 pm
Location: EUREF campus Berlin – in the gasometer and surrounding area, with a covered exhibition space of 1,700 square metres and 13 rooms
Further information can be found here and at www.festivalderzukunft.de

For more information: Chiara Bearzotti, chiara.bearzotti@climate-kic.org

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