Natural Climate Protection: Alliance Invites to Lake Symposium 2023
 
 

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Natural Climate Protection: Alliance Invites to Lake Symposium 2023

– Lake protection is climate protection: intact water ecosystems in Germany contribute to slowing down global warming
– A conference on lake and wetland protection in early 2023 will provide information on local, national and global perspectives on biodiversity in the context of climate change.
– Interested media representatives and experts are cordially invited to Berlin's bUm - Betterplace Umspannwerk from January 19-20.

The Dümmer, Living Lake of the Year 2022.
Photo: © Frank Apffelstaedt
Berlin, 13 December 2022: The Lakes Symposium 2023 aims to draw public focus to the valuable habitats of lakes and wetlands and strengthen knowledge of their importance as climate-protecting carbon sinks and diverse biodiversity hotspots. Experts* will present contributions to natural climate change mitigation from the local to the global level.
 
Be there:
 
Lakes Symposium 2023
 
Thursday, January 19, 2022, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Friday, January 20, 2022, 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
 
bUm - Betterplace Umspannwerk, Paul-Linke-Ufer 21, Berlin, Germany
 
In the first part of the symposium, research results on climate change and lakes and the Action Program Natural Climate Protection will be presented. The second part of the conference will focus on the implementation of practical projects for the protection of peatlands and lake biodiversity in Germany.
 
To the program of the Lakes Symposium 2023 (in German)
 
The Lake Symposium is organized by the Living Rivers Foundation in cooperation with the Global Nature Fund, the Living Lakes Network Germany and the GRÜNE LIGA. On January 20, the founding event of Wassernetz Berlin will take place at the same location, with contributions from the Senate Administration, the Berlin House of Representatives, and from the water- and lake-minded civil society.
 
Please direct your registrations to Michael Bender by Jan. 16, 2023: wasser@grueneliga.de.
 
Contact
 
Global Nature Fund
Dr Thomas Schäfer, Katja Weickmann
Fritz-Reichle-Ring 4
78315 Radolfzell, Germany
 
Phone: +49 7732 9995 80 / -85
Fax: +49 7732 9995 88
E-mail: info@globalnature.org
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