To end the lecture series “Bald schon fünf nach Zwölf” and the project “Bremen erneuerbar”, Professor Hans Joachim Schellnhuber will be welcomed as a guest on Monday, May 10, 2021. The renowned climate expert is a founder of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) and former scientific advisor for persons such as Angela Merkel and EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen.
After a presentation on the current state of research, the effects of the climate crisis for the economy, and parallels between the climate crisis and corona, Schellnhuber will debate with Bremen politicians. The scientist will talk to the Senator for the Environment Meike Schäfer (Green Party “Grüne”), as well as the climate-political spokespersons from the State Parliamentary Fractions – Carsten Sieling (Social Democratic Party “SPD”), Martin Michalik (Christian Democratic Union “CDU”), Nelson Janßen (The Left “Die Linke”), and Magnus Buhlert (Free Democratic Party “FDP”) – about the necessities and possibilities for local climate protection.
The journalist Alexandra Endres, who writes about climate and environmental topics for various media outlets, for example ZEIT, will host the event.
The free Zoom event will start at 7 p.m.
Registration via: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_VxMdykcaSlq-zMn-NsjUog
Further information and registration possibilities, as well as the full schedule, can be found here: https://5nach12-bremen.de (in German only)
The event series was organized by a six-person initiative comprising people from Friends of the Earth Germany BUND, Greenpeace, KlimaWerkStadt, the AStA Students’ Union at the University of Bremen, and denkhausbremen. The aim: Shedding light, passing on information, and providing possible actions.
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