• Two paths. One future. You decide!

    Two paths. One future. You decide!0

    The Baden-Württemberg Foundation’s interactive graphic novel sends its heroine Anna on a journey through time to the year 2050. How can mobility be shaped in the long term? The Baden-Württemberg Foundation wants to motivate citizens to act sustainably. In order to address the question of sustainable mobility, the Foundation, together with the German environmental association

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  • The Danube region: a habitat with a future

    The Danube region: a habitat with a future0

    Projects for sustainability in the Baden-Württemberg Foundation’s programme “Perspective Danube”: The Danube is the most important lifeline in South-Eastern Europe. Due to industrialisation, intensive agriculture and pollution, it is heavily contaminated and its biological diversity is endangered. With the programme “Perspective Danube: Education, Culture and Civil Society”, the Baden-Württemberg Stiftung supports educational and exchange projects,

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  • The Balkans – Home to Europe’s last living rivers

    The Balkans – Home to Europe’s last living rivers0

    It is quiet. You can hear nothing but the murmur of the river and the chirping of the birds. Although it is cloudy, every now and then a ray of sunlight will hit the surface of the water and make the water’s true colour shine. It shimmers in rich emerald green, and every few hundred

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  • “It matters to me that I meet people where they are”

    “It matters to me that I meet people where they are”0

    He is citizen of Germany and mayor of a city in Romania: Dominic Fritz (37), originally from Lörrach in the Black Forest, has been at the helm of Timișoara City Hall since September 2020. Fritz used to be head of cabinet of former German President Horst Köhler and grew fond of the western Romanian city

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  • ”Our region must play its part in Europe’s green transition.”

    ”Our region must play its part in Europe’s green transition.”0

    Gergely Karácsony, Budapest’s green-liberal Lord Mayor since October 2019, comes from Hungary’s rural north-east. With the convinced cyclist came a new style of leadership in the city: residents should be involved in decisions as much as possible. In mid-May, he announced his participation in the opposition’s primary election for the 2022 parliamentary elections. An interview

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  • A sign of international solidarity in times of Corona

    A sign of international solidarity in times of Corona0

    The Institute for Virtual and Real Learning in Adult Education at the University of Ulm (ILEU) e.V. invites to dialogue. Necessary physical distance in Corona times is not the same as social distance! Under this premise, ILEU e.V. from Ulm as the coordinator of the educational network “Danube-Networkers” invites since the end of February on

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