Global crises such as the loss of biodiversity, the climate crisis and a global pandemic indicate that we as humanity are not above nature, but a part of it. However, non-human forms, such as nature, currently have no direct participation in politics at national and European level. This makes it possible that certain forms of exploitation are still facilitated. Can nature be represented in politics by considering it as a political participant, and can we fight the ecological crises with this tool?
Young Scientific Bureau GroenLinks will discuss the different ways in which nature is, or can be, a political participant with the panel and with you.
Spoken language: Dutch.
Admission to the panel is free, provided you are in possession of a valid ticket to the exhibition.
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