Reading and talk Sunday, 13. September 2020 /
Berlin

The Decline of Insects: Consequences for Mankind and the Environment

Visions of Bioeconomy - international literature festival berlin

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Date, Time
Sun, 13. Sep 2020,
4:00 pm – 5:30 pm Save in my calendar
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Language
German
English
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Externe Veranstaltung
Part of the series
Visions of Bioeconomy

As the most diverse group of all living things, insects represent 70% of animal species. However, they are threatened like never before. Why are insects currently dying out on such a large scale? What do they do for our ecosystem and what would a world without them look like? Eco-Poet Forrest Gander [USA] presents his poem about insects and humans. He is supported by journalist Tanja Busse [D] who examines the question of how we can still save biodiversity in »Das Sterben der Anderen« [tr: The Death of Others]. Forrest Gander participates remotely.

The event is held in English and German.

Registration: Please register here.

Venue: Futurium, Alexanderufer 2, 10117 Berlin

 

For further information click here.

The programme of the event series "Visions of Bioeconomy" is available here.

A cooperation with the 20th international literature festival berlin, Futurium and the Federal Ministry of Education and Research.

 

Due to the SARS-CoV2 pandemic, all events of the 20th international literature festival berlin will take place under hygiene and safety regulations.