▷ “tough but fair” / on Monday, November 1st, 2021, 9:15 pm, live from Cologne

29.10.2021 – 12:57

ARD Das Erste

Munich (ots)

Moderation: Frank Plasberg

The topic: Sick forests, flooded valleys – is climate protection being taken seriously now?

The guests:

Peter Wohlleben (Forester and author)

Carla Reemtsma (Climate activist; co-organizer of the “Fridays for Future” demos)

Anne Spiegel (B’90 / Greens, Minister for Climate Protection, Environment, Energy and Mobility of the State of Rhineland-Palatinate)

Sebastian Lachmann (Industrial clerk at the mining and power plant operator LEAG in Cottbus)

Dorothea Siems (Business journalist; chief economist of “Welt”)

This time the discussion with Frank Plasberg starts with a report: Forester Peter Wohlleben shows the role healthy forests play in climate change and visits people in the nearby village of Schuld an der Ahr, which was destroyed by the flood. The flood, a dramatic sign of climate change. The group then discusses: How radical does climate policy have to be now? And is it possible without hard changes for entire regions, without renouncing for everyone?

As always, interested parties can participate in the discussion during the broadcast by phone, fax, Facebook and Twitter and can already use the current website (www.hart-aber-fair.de) Submit your opinion and questions to the editorial team. Users can use www.hartaberfair.de Have a say and discuss live during the broadcast. So “tough but fair” is always available: Tel. 0800 / 5678-678, Fax: 0800 / 5678-679, E-Mail: [email protected].

Press contact:

Editor: Torsten Beermann (WDR)
Press contact:
Dr. Lars Jacob, Press and Information Das Erste
Tel.: 089/558944-898,
Email: [email protected]

Original content by: ARD Das Erste, transmitted by news aktuell


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