Environmental show of the Federal President and the DBU on 9/10 June in the park of Bellevue Palace
Berlin. Around 190 exhibitors will be presenting and discussing innovative ideas and projects relating to environmental protection and sustainability at the “Week of the Environment” on 9 and 10 June in the park of Bellevue Palace, and bringing the associated economic and social opportunities into the public eye.
A jury of experts appointed by the Office of the Federal President selected from more than 440 applications according to the criteria of quality, innovation and exemplariness.
Alexander Bonde, Secretary General of the Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt (DBU), is pleased about the lively interest shown by partners from business, science, society and politics: “At the Environment Week, visitors will gain an insight into the variety of new, environmentally friendly technologies, products, services and concepts for the responsible shaping of our future. In terms of content, the major topics of climate protection, conservation of biological diversity and digitization are particularly in focus”.
Over 90 specialist forums with around 300 experts planned
The 190 exhibitors will use the park at Schloss Bellevue to present themselves on almost 4,000 square metres of exhibition space on the specialist topics of innovative environmental technology, energy efficiency and resource conservation, climate protection, energy system transformation, education, nature conservation, digitisation, water pollution control, soil protection, land consumption, biodiversity, mobility and transport, as well as construction and housing.
Project presentations will take place in the individual pavilions. Parallel to this there will be a broad programme of events: On the main stage, top representatives from politics, business, science and society will discuss an ecological-social society, local and global protection of biodiversity, environmental communication between quality and populism or visions for a good and generationally appropriate life in the future. In addition and for the even more detailed discussion, the important and current developments in the climate, environmental and nature conservation debate will be taken up in the further stage programme and in over 90 specialist forums and discussed with around 300 experts.
Further information is available at www.woche-der-umwelt.de