– A brief summary in my words – Climate change is dramatically changing our environment. The concentration of CO² in the atmosphere, pollution of water and air, rising temperatures, pollution of nature through waste and many other factors associated with climate change have a direct impact on our health. Heat waves and rising temperatures It … >>>
Scientists4Future have started to organize a hackathon event on our initiative. The aim is to hold a virtual workshop throughout Germany to find solutions to the challenges of the climate crisis. The focus is especially on networking between idea providers and users, as well as the dissemination of already implemented approaches. You can find current … >>>
In response to the negotiations on the Federal Climate Protection Act (KSG, adopted on December 12, 2019), Scientists 4 Future Heidelberg, on behalf of Scientists 4 Future Germany, sent a request with a list of questions to the members of the formed climate cabinet on September 12, 2019. The Scientists 4 Future question catalogue included … >>>
Read the interview with the student newspaper Ruprecht here (article from November 12, 2019) For S4F HD Felix Bosco, Nelly Monzer, Felix Munzlinger and Simon Wengert from the coordination team talked about our positions and goals.
Next Saturday, February 29, a networking meeting of the S4F regional groups from the South and Southwest of Germany will take place in Karlsruhe. We are represented with a small delegation and will inform about news and results in the newsletter and in the plenum. Stay tuned!
On Friday, we demonstrated together with Fridays for Future Heidelberg and other movements against the extensive use of cement as a building material. According to police reports, around 800 demonstrators took part despite the cold and rain. Cement is viewed critically as a building material because its production releases about four times as much CO2 … >>>
Under the motto “Make Love not Cement”, Fridays For Future Heidelberg is organising the next demonstration on Valentine’s Friday, 14 February 2020, starting this time at 11:30 a.m. at the municipal library. We will be there again with our banner.