When: 18 September 2018, 18:30
Where: Thoughtworks Hamburg
The first meetup provided the participants with a general introduction to the problem of climate change, its negative impacts, and available solutions. We tried to convince the participants that a huge effort is still needed – in the context of ever-increasing lignite mines in Germany, forcing people to leave their houses (e.g. village of Keyenberg) and posing threat to forest areas (Hambacher Forst).
- Nico Scagliarini (CHH) – Climate Reality Presentation
- Marlon Nuske (Citizens’ Climate Lobby Germany) – The current climate policy of the German Government in the European context: What is the status quo and what could and should it be?
- Bruno Barthas (CHH) – Keyenberg Project: relation
Moderation: Patryk Kubiczek