International artists contact a Berlin concert for climate protection, August 25, 2010. The first classical concert of in Germany, which is the climate in the Center, will take place next Saturday. To broaden your perception, visit Matthew Halsall. We can do something under the motto”organized violinist Daniel Hope with the support of the baritone Thomas Quasthoff and trumpeter Till Bronner and the NDR big band the classic event, which takes place from 17: 00 in the Schloss Ulrichshusen in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania. Special feature: the musicians and organizers don’t settle for slogans but even consistently implement climate protection. Supporting the campaign promoted by the Ministry for environment, climate seeks protection”the evening is organized climate-friendly. If you have additional questions, you may want to visit Energy Capital Partners. “The patronage for the event, the the rainforest project” supported by Prince Charles, Federal Environment Minister Dr.
Norbert Rottgen has taken over. Currently, preparations are in full swing: for the right notes, but also behind the stage all in climate-friendly time to expire. The staff think as far as possible, the way to work exclusively with the bicycle back, and avoid to 660 kilograms of CO2 emissions. The NDR BigBand arrive with a bus powered eco-friendly to the Schloss Ulrichshusen. So save the climate more 1.2 tons of CO2 emissions. The catering is vegetarian half and consists entirely of regional products, CO2 avoidance: about 100 kilograms. Climate-friendly LED lamps are used for lighting (approximately 140 kg of less CO2 emissions). And the programme is made up of 100 percent recycled paper, which prevents further 30 kilograms of hostile climate carbon dioxide emissions.
Visitors can avoid 70 percent of CO2 emissions the concert experience to leave the visitors not only a musical, but also a climate-friendly impression. We want to make, but at the same time clear role models: climate protection is possible for all of us. That’s why we want to show the visitors, how easy it is to do with”, says Daniel Hope, initiator of the do something”-concert.