YOU relies on energy-saving lighting / climate seeks protection is looking for climate-friendly trade show booth target: reduce CO2 emissions and visitors and exhibitors for climate awareness Berlin, June 5, 2012. More than 100,000 visitors are expected from June 8 to 10 June 2012 at the youth fair YOU at the Berlin Fairgrounds. “Make air gently to during these three days, Messe Berlin has backed the campaign promoted by the Ministry for environment climate seeks protection” (www.klima-sucht-schutz.de) in the run-up to climate protection measures taken: waste Islands allow the separation of waste during the fair, bicycle stand before the Berlin exhibition grounds facilitate climate-friendly travel. With our 2010 launched initiative save YOUr planet”we young people for climate change awareness and show them can be active like them. Often small steps for a healthy co-existence can cause a large contribution to the sustainability”, says Daniel Babe, project manager of YOU.
Good example is the YOU on the subject of lighting. We have equipped first buildings with energy-saving T5 fluorescent lamps, which can be individually switched and dimmed if necessary. In this way, you can significantly reduce energy consumption”, so babe continue. “Exhibitor competition: climate friendly ster booth wanted to animate also the exhibitors to climate-friendly actions, seeks climate seeks protection” for the first time this year the climate-friendly booth YOU 2012 and it stands out. For the climate protection campaign has sent a questionnaire to exhibitors who captures their energy consumption and gives practical tips to save energy. With the competition, we would encourage exhibitors to staying fair to take into account the issue of climate protection. So can they reduce their CO2 footprint, for example, by climate-friendly make their move, use reusable booths and booth lighting LEDs or CFLs set”, says Steffi sour Ballesteros, project manager of the climate protection campaign. Climate change, the fun is: smarter Mullionar or tired rubbish muffle? The young visitors to information on climate protection and practical tips can look forward at the booth of the campaign climate seeks protection”.