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Inspired by the children's book "The Little Polar Explorer" by Sonja Bougaeva, we will set up a pop-up igloo tent as a place of learning and education on Steinplatz from 1.12.22 until 11.12.22. All interested "Forscher:innen" are cordially invited to discover and exchange.

Leuchtendes Iglu in einer Winterlandschaft
Leuchtendes Iglu in einer Winterlandschaft Steinplatz

Every day, the SBNE team will measure the temperature and record observations in the weather diary: What has changed in our climate? What was the climate like 10, 20 or even 30 years ago? What does our food have to do with the climate?

Climate change is destroying the livelihoods and food security of millions of people worldwide. Those most affected are those who cause it the least. Climate-related severe weather events - droughts, floods, tsunamis, etc.- mostly affect the Global South and are one of the strongest drivers of poverty and inequality worldwide.

In the Polar Station program, the SBNE team, speakers and experts will provide information on the topics and engage in conversation with you. We talk about causes and options for action globally and locally.

Workshops for school classes - Register now!

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During the week at 9:00, 10:30 and 12:00 we offer 60-minute workshops and readings for school classes of grades 1-12 and for kindergarten children aged 4-6. A maximum of 15 students can participate in each workshop.

The workshops are free of charge and take place in the Igloo tent on Steinplatz, in Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf. Further information and registration for the workshops.
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