In the experimental field of the Museum für Naturkunde Berlin, pupils can expand their knowledge about climate change and climate policy and sharpen their arguments during the Berlin summer holidays. Lectures and workshops are held in cooperation with the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK).
From 28 June every Friday at 2:00 pm during the Berlin summer holidays.
Lectures and workshops on changing climate topics, Q&A sessions and discussions
In the Experimental Field of the Museum für Naturkunde Berlin
On Friday afternoons, the Museum für Naturkunde Berlin offers free admission for pupils and students on presentation of a proof of identity. Those interested can come by and take part in the course in the experimental field. If they participate in at least three events, a certificate will be issued.
Programme (lectures in German):
28.06. Jacob Schewe: General Overview (Causes, Consequences, Risks of Climate Change)
05.07. Robert Pietzcker: Climate Protection Policy (Germany and Europe)
12.07. Jobst Heitzig: Planetary Borders and International Climate Coalitions
19.07. Matthias Mengel: Climate scenarios and uncertainties
26.07. Ronja Reese & Johanna Beckmann: Tilting elementes, flare light Sea level rise
02.08. Cornelia Auer & Christoph Bertram: International climate policy and the role of the financial sector