Young Climate CAMPUS Berlin: “Private Households on Consumption”
Young Climate CAMPUS Berlin will host the second digital Climate Talk on March 25, 2021 on the topic of "Private Households and Consumption" and the question of the personal contribution to climate protection.
News from Mar 24, 2021
"Is it possible to reduce our personal carbon footprint to zero while living in a metropolis like Berlin? What about citizens who cannot afford organic food, green electricity and sustainable fashion?" The Climate Talk on the topic of "Private Households and Consumption" deals with the question of how we can get everyone on board when it comes to our personal contributions to climate protection and the impact we can all make as consumers.
For the second time, Young Climate CAMPUS Berlin invites you to the digital Climate Talk on Thursday, March 25, 2021, from 16:00-17:30. The discussion can be followed via a livestream on the website. Those who would like to actively participate in the discussion should register to attend the Zoom meeting.
The online discussion is part of a series of digital events organized by the Young Climate Collaboration Berlin > learn. claim. act (YCCB) of the Senate Department for Environment, Transport and Climate Protection. The project is part of the Berlin Energy and Climate Protection Program 2030 (BEK2030) and is aimed at young adults (18-28 years old) who want their voice to be heard in urban climate policy. From March to June 2021, Young Climate CAMPUS Berlin will offer many opportunities to network, exchange, and learn in a series of digital events on the action areas of BEK 2030 and on how Berlin can become a climate-neutral city by 2050.
Moderation: Kipppunkt Kollektiv
Thursday, 25 March 2021, 4 - 5.30 pm (CET)