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15 Years Ecologic Institute

15 Years Ecologic Institute

Timeloc
1 September 2010
Berlin
Germany

We celebrate 15 years of Ecologic Institute in Berlin:
15 years of enthusiasm in science and policy, in dialogue, with ideas, and the will to shape the future. For a better environment.

We also celebrate our 50th consortium project in the framework programs for research of the European Commission.

We welcome Prof. Dr. Christoph Stefes as our 100th colleague in the Ecologic Institute.

Watch our trailer "15 Years Ecologic Institute"

This trailer was shown at the beginning of our celebration party.


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Please find here our new brochure Ecologic Institute 2010 Milestone: 15 Years which highlights where we are after 15 years.

Images from our celebration party

Prof. Dr. Martin Faulstich

Prof. Dr. Martin Faulstich

Professor of Resource and Energy Technology at Technische Universität München
Chair of the German Advisory Council on the Environment

"In 15 years, Ecologic has come to play an indispensable role in international policy consulting. Due to its interdisciplinary expertise, it is one of the few German institutes that are heard on the European stage. In particular, the stakeholders in the upcoming climate negotiations could benefit greatly from the extensive experience of this important think tank. I wish Ecologic many more decades of successful policy consulting."

Karl-Heinz Florenz

Karl-Heinz Florenz MEP

Member of the Committee on Environment, Public Health and Food Safety
European Parliament

„To bore through thick planks, one needs a will of iron and plenty of time. Especially in environmental politics, one is often confronted by heavyweights. But here Ecologic Institute stands firm. Therefore, I wish Ecologic Institute all the best on its anniversary and in the future!

Yours, Karl Heinz Florenz.”


Organizer
Date
1 September 2010
Location
Berlin, Germany
Language
English, German
Number of Participants
100