On the 7th of May 2017, at 11:30 am, we invite you to our lounge for an exciting and entertaining journey through time. Event language is German.
The topics of the two 10-minute lectures:
How did the port of Hamburg look like before? Ursula Richenberger, director of the Hafenmuseum Hamburg, gives an insight into the history and the change of the Port of Hamburg.
Often forgotten but nevertheless the most important partner: the oceans. Frank Schweikert, founder of the German Ocean Foundation, talks about the literal necessity to deal more responsibly with this partner and the role in global trade.
Topic of the Round Table Matinee: What makes the Port of Hamburg fit for the future?
Monika Breuch-Moritz: Since October 2008 President of the Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency (in Hamburg and Rostock, 2007-2008 Head of the Unit "Climate and Environmental Policy in Maritime Navigation" in the BMVBS (Federal Ministry of Transport)
Ingo Egloff: Since January 2014 board member Hamburg Port Marketing (HHM), 2011-2013 Member of the German Bundestag, 2001-2011 Member of the Hamburg Bürgerschaft
Daniel Jahn: Coordinator of the Hamburg Port Authority (HPA), long-standing volunteer of the Museum of Hamburg History, volunteering for the "Cap San Diego"
Ursula Richenberger: Member of the Project Team of the German Port Museum, since February 2013 Head of the Port Museum Hamburg, organizer of various cultural projects, Master in Cultural Studies
Frank Schweikert: Founder and board member of German Ocean Foundation, Deputy Chairman of the German Society for Marine Research, owner and captain of the marine research ship ALDEBARAN, biologist and journalist
Dr. Anjes Tjarks: Party leader of Bündnis90/Die Grünen, since 2011 member of the Hamburg Bürgerschaft and economic spokesman for the Green Party, 2008-2011 Deputy Chairman of the GAL
Harbor Matinee on Sunday, May 7, 2017, 11: 30 - 13: 00 in the lounge at the Automuseum PROTOTYP (entrance through outside stairway at Shanghaiallee 7-9). Admission to the matinee is free. The lounge bar (coffee, beer, pretzels) is open from 11:00.
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