Berlin is a big city. But blue, green, wild - so is Berlin! Heat summers, heavy rains, insect mortality and species loss make it clear how important the green, blue and dark infrastructure is. Green, that is all planted areas of a city. Blue infrastructure includes water bodies from small to large. Dark infrastructures are areas without unnecessary artificial light at night. Together, they form a network of habitats for animals and plants - an urban wilderness. They increase the quality of life of the inhabitants, improve the microclimate, offer nature experience and recreation.
How can we discover and protect these places for ourselves? And how can we achieve a sustainable transformation for more green, blue and dark - for more wilderness - in the city? These are the questions we deal with professionally or as volunteers. Our team comes from the fields of research, environmental protection and education, nonprofit organizations, and urban care. You too can get informed and get involved.
Join us on a great environmental expedition and discover nature in Berlin!
Information about the event
- When: August 20, 2022, from 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
- Where: Around the Mero Hall in Spreepark (directions).
- Admission is free of charge.
- Please note: There are no parking spaces available on site. We ask you to arrive by public transport, bicycle or on foot.
Registration for free guided tours and theme tours as well as further information at: https://www.campus-stadt-natur.berlin/blau-gruen-wild