Attend with a group of students and professionals from Israel and Germany the Green Ventures International Partnership Forum for Environmental and Energy Technologies in Leipzig and become part of the German-Israeli Environmental Exchange Program greenXchange.
Registration until 10.11.2014
In the course of the program, 25 young Israeli and German participants will spend the Green Ventures conference days in Leipzig, Germany:
Germany and Israel are connected in a very special way. What we read in the papers mostly covers conflicts or history. Nonetheless, both countries are connected by a common interest and drive to encourage innovative technologies and combat climate change. Let's go beyond prejudices and conflicts and discuss issues which are relevant for our common future – both professionally and globally!
Participation – You are:
Participation fee of € 35 includes: participation in the program, accommodation and food, and access to the trade fairs.
Support for tavel expenses can be arranged on an individual basis. For participants from Israel, airfares will be covered to a large portion.
Have a look at our previous seminars and activities, find out more about the overall greenXchange program, and sign-up at greenXchange website./!
Background: Green Ventures and greenXchange
Israel is partner country of the Green Ventures, 27.-29.01.2015, organized by the Potsdam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (IHK Potsdam). Green Ventures is the largest partnership forum for environment and energy in Germany. In 2015 it is taking place at the Trade Fair Leipzig alongside the trade fairs EnerTec and TerraTec.
Next to bilateral talks between companies from Germany and abroad interested in cooperation, the partner country is presented in panels and presentations. greenXchange, the Israeli-German Environmental Exchange Program for Young Professionals, organizes and hosts a discussion panel on Smart Cities. The panel makes part of the Science Year 2015 of the Federal Ministry of Science and Technology "City of the Future".
Since 2011 greenXchange has established itself as German-Israeli environmental exchange program for young professionals with the organization of an annually alternating on-site seminar in Israel and in Germany. greenXchange participants experience and discuss challenges of sustainability and best practices of both countries. Thus participants are motivated to sustainably shape infrastructure- socially, ecologically, and economically. Consequently participants act as multipliers raising awareness for a sustainable social change in their societies.
greenXchange activities in 2015 are under the patronage of the Federal Minister of Environment, Dr. Barbara Hendricks. The program is supported by the Embassy of the State of Israel in Berlin. In 2014 greenXchange has received a grant from the German-Israeli Future Forum.