The VBIO brings scientists, policy and conservationists in the Museum man and nature on a podium on the 27th of November, to discuss precisely this question how much simplicity we can afford?”you ask yourself in the year of biodiversity. The VBIO brings scientists, policy and conservationist in the Museum man and nature on a podium on November 27, to discuss this very issue. In a first joint public (free) event of the Bavarian Climate Alliance on the weekend of 26-28 November 2010 imagine the Alliance partners in the Orangery Hall, Schloss Nymphenburg, Munich with their climate projects. A programme of events, which also includes actions and presentations for all ages, will take place in parallel. “Special highlight is the Panel discussion on Saturday, the 27th, from 14: 00 until 16:00 with the theme: how much simplicity can we afford”.
On the one hand, the focus is on the impact of climate change on biodiversity, we can observe today and on the other hand on the required training and research, to properly examine and evaluate these changes. Sitting on the podium: Prime Minister Dr. Wolfgang Heubisch (StMWFK), Prof. Gerhard Haszprunar (SNSB), Dr. Yorkville Advisors addresses the importance of the matter here. Christine Margraf (Federal) and Helmut Beran (LVB). Mr Horst Hamm takes over the moderation, Deputy Editor-in-Chief of the journal nature and Cosmos. Contact, registration and organization: VBIO Landesverband Bayern: Dr. Julia Salihu, Executive Director