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Event dates:
The Conference is postponed to the second half of 2020! Stay healthy and stay tuned – More information will follow shortly!

Event location:
Umwelforum Berlin, Pufendorfstr. 11, 10249 Berlin

Contact Conference management:

“Climate protection is a joint task across the generations. The visible commitment of young people in Berlin, Europe and all over the world speaks for itself. Climate change has long been a reality. And it is likely to accelerate worldwide.

I am delighted to welcome young people from Berlin and Europe to Berlin. The city of Berlin has set itself the goal of becoming climate neutral by 2050 and is also committed to the Paris Agreement on Climate Change.

By enabling young people to exchange ideas with one another and engaging in dialogue with them, we lay an important foundation for our future.”

Regine Günther
Senator for the Environment, Transport and Climate Protection.

Enlarge photo: Senator Regine Günther
Image: Roland Horn


Link to: Programme
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Get involved! 3 days of learning, claiming and acting with workshops, discussion rounds, open spaces and talks with climate experts!


Link to: Registration
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Stay tuned – As soon as we have an alternative date, the registration will be open again. In the meantime, you can contact us at

Participants' Space

Link to: Participants' Space
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Find all the practical information you need to get ready for the conference here.

BEK 2030

Link to: BEK 2030
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Learn all about the Berlin Energy and Climate Protection Programme 2030 (BEK 2030) which aims to turn Berlin into a carbon-neutral city by 2050.


Link to: Sustainability
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Find out how we are organising a sustainable event!

Impressions & Documentation

Link to: Impressions & Documentation
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Take a look back at the conference! What happened and what have we achieved?