The Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) is the core financer of the International Youth Summit “Go 4 BioDiv”. Further funding partners are the Bavarian State Ministry of the Environment, Public Health and Consumer Protection (StMUGV), the City of Bonn and the German Federal Environmental Foundation (DBU).
The Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) formulates the development policy of the Federal Republic of Germany, which is carried out by the implementing organisations. Link
The State Ministry of the Environment, Public Health and Consumer Protection is Bavaria’s Ministry for Man and the Environment. It is responsible for the sustainable protection of nature and the essential prerequisites for human life. Link
The German Federal Environmental Foundation (DBU), based in Osnabruck, promotes innovative and pioneering environmental conservation projects in the fields of environmental engineering, environmental research, nature conservation and environmental communication. Link
The International Youth Summit “Go 4 BioDiv” has been made possible thanks to the following cooperation partners: The Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development BMZ; The Bavarian Ministry of the Environment, Public Health and Consumer Protection; the City of Bonn; The German Federal Environmental Foundation DBU; the German Technical Cooperatoin GTZ and the Bavarian Forest National Park.
The federally owned Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ) GmbH, Eschborn, is an international cooperation enterprise for sustainable development with worldwide operations. It supports the German Government in achieving its development-policy objectives. Link
The former German capital is today a German UN city: Twelve institutions of the United Nations have their seat in Bonn. Politics continues to play a role on the banks of the Rhine due to the ongoing presence of six ministries and over twenty federal institutions. Link
The Bavarian Forest National Park was opened in1970 as Germany’s first national park. Bavaria has thus placed an unrivalled woodland and central upland landscape under state protection. The National Park is an official authority of the Bavarian State Ministry for Environment, Health and Consumer Protection. Link