August Protection

Daniel Hope, Thomas Quasthoff and other artists involved Big Band for the Berlin climate protection with the NDR, 9 August 2010. “” On Saturday, August 28, the violinist Daniel Hope lists big band a special concert together with the trumpeter Till Bronner and baritone Thomas Quasthoff together with the NDR: under the motto do what “these exception artists together with the campaign funded by the Federal Ministry of the environment become climate seeks protection” to engage in the Mecklenburg Schloss Ulrichshusen for climate protection and the ‘rainforest project’ by Prince Charles against climate change and the destruction of rain forests. Also are part of the game: the pianist Sebastian Knauer and the clarinettist David Orlowsky. Do something “-concerts are a charity initiative of Daniel Hope, with a musical finger to indicate urgent grievances.” This concert will take place in the framework of the Festspiele Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. The patronage has taken over Federal Environment Minister Dr.

Norbert Rottgen. Not only on the stage of climate protection should be addressed: the whole event is conducted climate-friendly. The concert-goers also can help by designing, for example, their arrival by public transport. “The campaign is the right climate-friendly rhythm for the implementation of the concert climate seeks protection” ( before. This also helps in the implementation of the measures which provide for a harmonious climate.

More and more people from the most diverse sectors committed to climate protection. That’s a good sign. “The event in Ulrichshusen shows: climate protection is feasible”, Federal Environment Minister Dr. Norbert Rottgen says. Up to 70 per cent of CO2 emissions can be avoided! We artists reach many people and can animate to them, to engage in climate change personally. But of course we want to give even one example and perform the concert as a climate-friendly event”, says Daniel Hope. The concrete action on the ground range from regional and vegetarian Kitchen at the catering on the use of recycled paper for the programme and the use of LED lights up to the climate-friendly travel.