Human Impacts Salon Berlin


05 Nov 2015, 6 - 9pm

Kalkscheune, Berlin



05 Nov 2015
6 - 9pm

Johannisstraße 2
Berlin,  10117
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"The Human Impacts Institute" (L'Institut Des Impacts Humains) organise une soirée passionnante et unique sur la communication et le changement climatique le 5 novembre à Berlin, en vue de COP21. Il y aura des spectacles, des intervenants et des rafraîchissements. Venez nombreux !

Join us for Human Impacts Berlin, a FREE, one-night event of live performance, inspired conversation and networking for climate action! Together, we'll take a look at diverse people leading the way on climate action from Berlin to San Francisco--and we'll learn how to inspire more action and to build the climate community from leaders in activism, policy, design, education, and more. RSVP TODAY:

Our climate action experts include:
Camilla Bausch, Ecologic Institute;
Antje von Broock, Friends of the Earth Germany;
Carel Carlowitz Mohn, Klima Fakten;
Daniel Dendra, anOtherArchitect;
Ursula Fuentes Hutfilter, German Federal Ministry for the Environment;
Brigitte Knopf, Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change;
Malte Schneider, Climate-KIC Germany;
Emma Zinsmeister, US Environmental Protection Agency

With performances from:
Mad Kate,
Black Cracker,
and Liz Rosenfeld

Human Impacts Berlin is the final installment of the Human Impacts Salon series, where HII traveled to 8 cities across the United States learning from and sharing resources on climate action. Human Impacts Berlin will highlight the work being done in both the U.S. and in Germany on climate in an inspirational atmosphere. We will examine how climate change is being addressed across sectors such as finance, design, communication, policy, and art. We will look to artists and communicators that are disseminating climate information in ways that speak personally to individuals by honing in on the psychology of decision-making and action. Our panelists will speak of their own expertise, ranging from climate justice to architecture to convey how climate change is an umbrella issue that must be taken on in a diverse and comprehensive way. To close the salon series, the Creative Climate Berlin will summarize experience from the U.S. and link it with the German concepts to get to a common understanding of what needs to be done for climate action.

Our partners include:
The Federal Environment Ministry
The Transatlantic Climate Bridge

About HII:
At the Human Impacts Institute, we inspire YOU to transform environmental challenges into social action through hands-on education, creative communication, and coalition building.


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