The Ministry for the Environment, Climate and Energy Management Baden-Württemberg, the City of Ulm and the Danube Office Ulm/Neu-Ulm cordially jointly host the Municipal Climate Congress on Thursday and Friday, 20th & 21st May 2021.
This time, the Municipal Climate Congress will take place as a virtual event. This also offers interested parties from more distant areas, such as the Danube region, the opportunity to participate in the congress. The districts, cities and municipalities play a key role in climate protection and in adapting to the unavoidable consequences of climate change. The Municipal Climate Congress offers them an ideal platform to learn about new ideas and projects and to disseminate them further.
The Municipal Climate Congress is supported by Priority Area 2 “Energy”, Priority Area 8 “Competitiveness” and Priority Area 10 “Institutional Capacity and Cooperation”.
You can still register until 14th of May 2021. You can access the registration form at https://www.kea-bw.de/kommunaler-klimaschutz/default-1c9ff13143-1
Please download the programme (EN) here.
Thursday, 20 May 2021
|9.30am to 1pm||
Virtual side event covering
(Translation into “Business Opportunities in the Danube-Save-Region –
The invitation-only side event being held alongside the Municipal Climate Conference 2021 in Ulm is being organised as part of the Enterprise Europe Network and is supported by the Baden-Württemberg Stiftung (BW Foundation). If you are interested in attending, please contact IHK Ulm, Mr Marko Ackermann: email@example.com or Danube Office Ulm/Neu-Ulm, Ms Frauke Kazda: firstname.lastname@example.org
Market of Possibilities
(no translation) Regional stakeholders introduce themselves and present their current themes and projects. More information to follow.
“Dress warmly, it’s getting hot!”
Friday, 21 May 2021
(Translation into English)
Host Natasha Walker
Gunter Czisch, Lord Mayor of Ulm
Kata Tüttő, Vice Mayor of Budapest (asked) Additional welcoming address from the Danube Region
Christoph Dahl, Baden-Württemberg Stiftung
Municipal climate protection – situation and outlook from the state perspective
Environment Minister (tbc), Baden-Württemberg Ministry of the Environment, Climate Protection and the Energy Sector
|10.30am||Shaping climate protection together – insights into innovative projects in Vorarlberg communities
Gregor Sellner, Energy Institute Vorarlberg/Austria
15 years of the European Energy Award in Baden-Württemberg: success stories and prize-giving 2021
Environment Minister (tbc) and Dr.-Ing. Volker Kienzlen, Managing Director of KEA-BW (Climate Protection and Energy Agency Baden-Württemberg)
|12 noon||Break with short presentation from different stakeholders
Activities and current developments at federal level with opportunity for questions
Sven Reinhardt, Federal Ministry of the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety
Climate protection activities in Ulm
Tim von Winning, Environment and Building Mayor of Ulm
|from 2pm to about 5pm||
Five parallel forums with keynote speeches and discussions
Forum 1: Systematic energy management: the first step on the road to
Forum 2: Climate adaptation – it’s up to local authorities!
Forum 3: 15th KEA-BW Contracting Conference: achieving climate protection
Forum 4: Sustainable mobility
Forum 5: Climate protection communication: moving from knowledge to action