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GreenXchange young professionals visit Forschungszentrum Jülich

At the first excursion of the 2016 greenXchange program, 28 young professionals from Israel and Germany visited the Forschungszentrum Jülich (Jülich Research Center – FZJ). The FZJ is part of the Helmholtz Association of German Research Centers, the largest scientific organization in Germany. Forschungszentrum Jülich was founded in 1956 as an “atomic research establishment” by […]... Read More

“Natürlich für Israel” Congress in Cologne on September, 11th 2016

After the success of last years’ “Natürlich for Israel” Congress in Stuttgart we are happy to announce the upcoming “Natürlich for Israel” Congress in Cologne. It will take place in the municipal formal park Flora Cologne on September, 11th and comprise talks that are related to the topic coexistence. Read more about the program in […]... Read More

Future Workshop, 09.-11.05.2014

What has this been about? As we enter the second decade of the 21st century, humanity is facing an increasing number of national and international environmental challenges. Consequently, a 31 Israelis and Germans explored Israel’s and Germany’s International Green Agendas in this Future Workshop, 09.-11.05.2014, in Berlin. High class speakers from German and Israeli institutions […]... Read More

Brussels, 28.-31.03.2014

From March 28th-31st, greenXchangers to met in the context of the KKL-JNF European Leadership Conference. They discussed the plans for 2014 and beyond and presented the greenXchange project in front of European KKL-JNF leaders in Brussels. 17 greenXchangers from Israel and Germany were joined by colleagues from other KKL-JNF offices from France, Greece, Italy, and others!... Read More

Berlin, 09.-10.11.2013

Creative and sustainable – greenXchangers meet in Berlin On November 9th, 2013, greenXchangers met in Berlin for a workshop day. First, the young professionals took part in an inspiring sustainability city tour experiencing green city projects in Berlin such as urban gardens and passive houses. Second, the group met with a representative of the Konrad […]... Read More