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Nov 2017

German Pavilion at the Climate Conference COP23 in Bonn

German Pavilion at the Climate Conference COP23 in Bonn

As part of the Kyoto Protocol, it is the largest intergovernmental conference ever held in Germany: around 25,000 participants from all over the world are expected. In addition, there will be 1,000 journalists as well as members of around 500 non-governmental organisations.

From 6 to 17 November 2017, the UN Climate Change Conference “COP23” will take place in Bonn. As part of the Kyoto Protocol, it is the largest intergovernmental conference ever held in Germany: around 25,000 participants from all over the world are expected. In addition, there will be 1,000 journalists and members of around 500 non-governmental organisations. The official hosts are the Fiji Islands, which are particularly affected by climate change, with Germany acting as technical supporter and hosting the mega-conference.

One of the largest stands at the conference is the German Pavilion – jointly organised by the BMUB (Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety) and the BMZ (Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development). Here, Germany’s climate protection policy and the diverse cooperations on climate protection with partner countries are presented.

Exhibition stand with multi-touch table and interactive showcase

German pavilion at the COP23 climate conference in Bonn – Photo: Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB)

The interactive equipment of the pavilion again includes the multitouch table as well as the interactive showcase by Garamantis, which have already been used at a number of trade fair appearances of the BMZ. Both interactive installations vividly present the Ministry’s global climate protection projects and provide an insight into their challenges.

Multitouch table at the climate conference in Bonn

interactive showcase at the COP23 in Bonn

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