Nicole Aeschbach (TdLab Geography / Transdisciplinarity Lab) participated in the ICCA 2019. The German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, the State of Baden-Württemberg and the City of Heidelberg jointly hosted the International Conference on Climate Action in Heidelberg on 22 and 23 May 2019. It was great to meet active people from local communities, regions and national governments from all over the world and to discuss good practices and tools for reaching the climate mitigation goals set in Paris 2015. On Friday, 24 May 2019, Nicole Aeschbach was invited to the City of Heidelberg’s Office of Environmental Protection, Trade Supervision and Energy (led by Sabine Lachenicht) to present her approach of transdisciplinarity in climate change research to Lisa Helps (Mayor of the City of Victoria, Canada) and Beate Weber-Schuerholz (former Mayor of the City of Heidelberg and former member of the European Parliament). It was an honor and a pleasure for the TdLab Geography to share and to exchange experiences and ideas.
TdLab Geography at ICCA 2019