Heidelberg Forest Symposium

  • In dialogue, Symposium

The state of the forest in Germany is worrying: the drought years since 2018 have had a very clear impact. The bread and butter tree of German forestry, the spruce, has no future in Germany due to climate change, but deciduous trees are also suffering from the heat and drought. Scientific findings that shed light on the complex interrelationships in the forest ecosystem can provide important information for forestry and politics.
The Heidelberg Forest Symposium is intended to create an opportunity for information and exchange between science, citizens, politics and forestry with the aim of preserving the forest as an intact ecosystem.

The presentations by Thorsten Grams, Michael Staab and Rainer Luick will be followed by a panel discussion with all speakers, chaired by Lutz Fähser.

Prof. Dr. Thorsten Grams, Institute of Ecology and Ecosystem Research at the Technical University of Munich
Dr. Michael Staab, Institute of Biology at TU Darmstadt
Prof. Dr. Rainer Luick, Institute of Biology at Rottenburg University of Applied Sciences
Dr. Lutz Fähser, former Forest Director of the Lübeck City Forest

Dr. Gerlind Wallon, Waldvision Nußloch and moderator of the event

In cooperation with Waldvision Nußloch

Foto: Jens Klettenheimer

Ticket Prices (plus fees)

Regular price 9,90 €
Reduced price 6,90 €
Member price 4,90 €

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