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    Climate change and the situation in Greece

    During the ‘media4climate’-training in Hanover  in May 2012 the greek group presented an interesting power-point-introduction about the reasons of climate change and the specific situation in Greece.

    See here “Climate change and Greece” Power-Point-Presentation

    Renewable Energy and sustainibility in Poland

    The presentation of the polish participant-group about climate change in Poland:

    There are 55 Thermal Power Station in Poland

    Italy and climate Change

    The Italian project-partner Consorzio Sis gave a presentation about ‘Italy and climate Change’

    See here the presentation:


    Youth-Activities of the Italian project-partner Consorzio Sis

    In the beginning of the training every partner-group presented examples of their activities.

    See here the presentation of the Italian partner Consorzio Sis:

    Presentazione YOUTH IN ITALY

    Climate Alliance Hannover 2020


    The city of Hannover aims, by the year 2020, to reduce harmful greenhouse gas emissions within the municipal region by 40 percent compared to 1990 levels. Citizens, companies and organisations, the City Administration and the municipal energy supplier Stadtwerke Hannover AG are united in their commitment to climate protection and reducing carbon dioxide emissions.

    It is now 12 years since the City of Hannover presented its first climate protection programme. By now the consequences of climate change are being felt in all regions of the world. Climate protection is fast becoming one of the most important issues in national and international politics. Legislation has been amended, economic incentives provided for climate-friendly behaviour, and considerable technological progress made in terms of generating renewable energy and using energy more efficiently.

    Much has changed, but one thing has remained constant: the need to act locally. The City Council of Hannover has set targets for a new local climate protection programme. In compliance with the guidelines of the European Union and the climate protection targets set by Germany’s federal government, Hannover is aiming for a 40-percent reduction in its emissions of greenhouse gases by the year 2020.

    This ambitious target can only be reached if there is a united effort by citizens, companies and various organisations.

    More climate-friendly behaviour need not mean a reduction in individual freedom. In fact, by adopting a more responsible approach to natural resources we can increase the general quality of life in our city. Investment in climate protection will provide a powerful boost to local employment, for example in building refurbishment.

    In the following pages we will present certain key components and results of the 2020 Climate Protection Programme.

    The Climate Alliance Hannover 2020 is co-funded by the Federal Ministry for the Environment to the amount of € 170,000. This funding is being used to maintain and strengthen the existing networks and to publicise the work of the Climate Alliance.

    Find here contact-details and more information

    Street Interviews about Climate Change

    Does climate change effect our life? What is your personal contribution to protect the climate?:

    Street Interviews about Fair Trade

    Have you ever thought about Millennium development Goals and your own consumption? Could Fair Trade be an answer?:

    Street Interview about Food

    Do you think about what you eat? The trainigs-camp asked people if there is a connection between food and climate change:

    The Schulbiologiezentrum in Hannover

    The Schulbiologiezentrum in Hannover is a center for schools of the region of Hannover. Classes can visit it to teach students about nature, plants and climate awareness. But also for teachers the center offers trainings.

    The Stadtteilbauernhof in Hannover-Sahlkamp

    The ‘Stadtteilbauernhof’ in Hannover-Sahlkamp was one of the projects visited by the TV-trainingscamp. The city-farm offers children the possibility to see and to also to touch nature. On the farm they have animals and vegetables. Groups and schools are invited to come and work with the team of the Stadteilbauernhof for a day to learn about nature and protection of environment. Viktor works there as a volunteer and he learns a lot seeing the farm through the eyes of the children.