Our visit to the Climate Future Conference 2022

Unser Besuch bei der Klimazukunftskonferenz

This event of the Berlin Senate Department for Education, Youth and Family in cooperation with the Foundation Planetarium Berlin and the Contact Point for Environment and Development took place this year at the Zeiss Planetarium.

Since 2019, actors from civil society, science and schools have been coming together to address the challenges of the climate crisis and how schools can address it. The conference is planned and prepared together with students from Year 5 onwards from different schools in Berlin.

We are happy that our Head of School – Teaching in Grades 5 to 7 and Head of Department MINT, Ms Kappes, was there with two students from Year 7 and that our Platanus delegation was able to experience many interesting lectures, interactive workshops, great cultural contributions and overall a challenging exchange about these important topics.

They learned a lot, picked up ideas and inspirations and, above all, are highly motivated again to get involved in our Sustainability Working Group to support our school on the way to a complete reduction of CO2.

Next year we will be there again!


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