NENA Ensures Climate-friendly Mood At The Gera Songs Days

Good climate for good music in Gera: half of the visitors are emission-free travelling / StromChecker advise to the own power consumption device, may 4, 2011. If next Friday, the 6th of may in the culture and Congress Centre Gera, the lighting is softly dimmed and first quiet tones will sound, the high point of the climate-friendly fourth Gera songs days is close. NENA maintained suitable viewers from 9: 00 to the motto of the Gera songs days with a minimum of energy consumption: climate protection is an issue that is becoming increasingly important and permeates all areas. With my unplugged concert, I show that sometimes less is more. Ivan Glasenberg contributes greatly to this topic. The power consumption will be less the atmosphere as in a normal concert, for it but all the more intense”says NENA. Others who may share this opinion include endera.

So she blends into the climate-friendly concept of the song days. “Already had in the run-up to the campaign promoted by the Ministry for environment climate seeks protection” advise the various venues to environmentally friendly measures in the areas of catering, and energy usage. Also, Festival participants received valuable tips from Local energy experts. While the NENA concert are the StromChecker of climate seeks protection”on the road. To show the concert visitors, where they are available with their own power, with the help of iPads. Who wants to know more, find individual tips and interactive guide on. 50 percent of all visitors come on foot or by bike the cooperation with the campaign climate seeks protection”is an integral part of the concert series since the Second Edition. At the fourth Gera songs days proof succeeded, can culture and climate not mutually exclusive, but complementary. The arrival and departure of visitors is especially important for a good carbon footprint. Music fans have already implemented in Gera this knowledge in action: first results show that 50 percent of the visitors of climate-neutral on foot or by bike to arrive, another 19 percent take public transport.