Dialogue in the Fluss Bad Garden am Spreekanal, Berlin-Mitte
Thursday, 4 May 2023
Time: 19-20:30 | Place: Sperlingsgasse 1, 10178 Berlin
The Wassernetz Berlin as Guest in the Fluss Bad Garden
The European legal framework contains relevant requirements for water protection, but their implementation in Berlin is progressing only slowly. How can we counteract the further degradation of aquatic habitats in Berlin and what opportunities for practical civic engagement are offered by Wassernetz Berlin, which was founded in January this year, especially in the catchment area of the Stadtspree?
Representatives of the Wassernetz Berlin will discuss this in the Fluss Bad Garden at the Spree Canal, moderated by Michael Bender (GRÜNE LIGA Berlin e.V.) and a representative of Fluss Bad Berlin.
The Fluss Bad Garden is the information and exchange platform of Fluss Bad Berlin. The project is about future-oriented urban development, a better way of dealing with nature in the city and the reclamation or preservation of a non-commercial place of recreation and encounter for the urban society.
You can download the flyer of this event here.(pdf 523 KB)
To discover more about the Water Network Berlin: www.wassernetz-berlin.de
Picture credits: Espen Eichhöfer | Agentur Ostkreuz, by courtesy of Flussbad Berlin e.V.