Further Side Events
September 24 - October 1, 2017
Organised under the roof of the German Ocean Foundation, the Hamburg Climate Week has become a broad initiative addressing the realisation of the United Nation‘s 17 Sustainable Development Goals in the Hamburg metropolitan region. According to the UN Environmental Program, the Hamburg Climate Week has an impact far beyond Germany being Europe’s largest event for climate communication.
The Hamburg Climate Week is a major interactive and integrative communication platform. By promoting a dialogue between stakeholders from economy, politics, environment, and society, it gives information on climate change and aims at motivating people to use resources sustainably.
This is achieved with the help of different modules being the following:
- Lectures and discussions
- Educational program including workshops and excursions
- Theme parks surrounding the Hamburg television tower as well as hands-on activities
- Cultural events
Some single modules may even been offered in English.
This year, the Hamburg Climate Week will host a Solar Initiative together with established renewable energy suppliers.
September 15 -29, 2017 (all over Hamburg)
As fair trade town Hamburg offers various events within the fair week 2017 in German.
May 19 - October 29, 2017: Exhibition in MK&G, Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe
Will we eat insects in the future? Will we plant vegetables on islands? Beehives on our roofs? Will we chew our food or pop proteins and vitamins pills? We look at these and other questions through the visionary ideas of international designers – some ideas have become a reality while others are still in the mind’s eye. This exhibit takes you from ancient wisdom for food preservation, to indoor kitchen farming, to turning to our own bodies for food sources. Find out more information.
Zukunftskongress: "Land unter und alle wohlauf?"
September 30, 2017, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m., Wälderhaus (event in German)
Kongress des Zukunftsrats Hamburg, gefördert von der Norddeutschen Stiftung für Umwelt und Entwicklung.
Mit freundlicher Unterstützung vom BUND Hamburg, NABU, umdenken – Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung-Hamburg, Eine Welt Netzwerk, Gemeinwohl-Ökonomie Hamburg, DGB Hamburg. Medienpartner: Oekom Verlag, SCHIERRIEGER
Eintritt frei - um Anmeldung beim Zukunftsrat wird gebeten.