The question “What can we do for the climate here?” is the basis of a lecture by the probably best-known Austrian climate researcher, Helga Kromp Kolbwhich occurs on Wednesday, 6.30 p.m. in the Gmundner Stadttheater with free admission.
The renowned scientist takes a look at climate change, which has long since become a climate crisis due to prolonged periods of heat, drought, heavy rain events, crop failures and delayed winters, and tries to find answers to questions such as “What can we do to prevent a global climate catastrophe ?” or “Which climate-friendly decisions with a local and global impact can each of us make?”.
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Kromp-Kolb will be speaking to 400 Gmunden schoolchildren in the morning. The Stadttheater will be filled to the last seat.
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