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At last, live in Berlin

BREMEN/BERLIN. Roughly 130 guests from the world of politics, business and public services attended the bremenports’ “Logistics Talk” new year reception held at the Representative Office of Bremen in Berlin on 12 January. After Dr Claudia Schilling, Bremen’s Senator for Science and Ports, had welcomed the guests, the global impact of the climate crisis was debated, where prominent experts discussed the resulting opportunities and risks facing the ports. The experts included Annika Rittmann (spokeswoman for Fridays for Future), Professor Jan Ninnemann (Managing Partner, Hanseatic Transport Consultancy), Dr Kira Vinke (Head of Centre for Climate and Foreign Policy at the German Council on Foreign Relations) and Robert Howe (Managing Director, bremenports).

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