Author Archives: Christa Möller

About Christa Möller

Journalist and Speaker of the Hamburg Green 60plus, member of the German Board of Green seniors and die European Board of Green Seniors

60plus – and suddenly a risk group?

Under the motto “60plus – and suddenly a risk group”, Christa Möller-Metzger (senior political spokeswoman for the Greens in the Hamburg Parliament and boardmenber of ENGS) will speak on April 1st from 7 p.m. in German about the relapse of … Continue reading

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Hearing in Hamburg on digitalization with almost 3000 viewers!

 On February 25th, the Equal Opportunities Committee in the parliament  of Hamburg held a hearing on the subject of “Participation of senior citizens through digitalization - a strategy for Hamburg” – with an overwhelming response. Our member Christa Möller-Metzger (on the … Continue reading

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Demands for the election platform in Germany

In Germany, we will have elections in September. These are the demands of the German Green Seniors (Grüne Alte): Age-friendly city and communities: Demographic change, the higher life expectancy of people in our society, is advancing. We therefore want to … Continue reading

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Meeting with EGP

This morning we had an intensive conversation with Mar Garcia (General Secretary of EGP), Thomas Waitz (Co-Chair) and Jean Lambert (Member of the Committee of EGP and the European Parliament). From ENGS were there Vivianne and Agneta from Sweden, Irmgard from Austria, … Continue reading

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Green Economics Institute’s first annual winter networking day

This was exciting today: two representatives of the Green Seniors spoke at the Green Economics Institute’s first annual winter networking day in London. Christa Möller-Metzger spoke about her favorite theme: age-friendly cities and communities and the new narrative about the … Continue reading

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Beyond the bubble: Aging, Solidarity and Covid-19

Article in Green European Journal Author: Christa Möller-Metzger Elderly people have suffered not only the health impacts of this pandemic but also the isolation that comes with limited social contact. The pandemic has exposed many unresolved challenges for older members … Continue reading

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Why Age-friendly Cities are so important for the future?

Online talk on Saturday, 5. December 2020, 10–11:15 am In Germany, around 30% of all people will be over 65 years of age in 2030, a development that can also be seen in many other European countries. The number of … Continue reading

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More mobility for older people in Hamburg

Recently, the Hamburg-based Green 60plus had a video conference with the State Working Group on Transport and Traffic – and our Green Transport/Traffic Senator Anjes Tjarks took part in it. The main topic was the Green 60plus bus paper – … Continue reading

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Invitation to a videoconference on the UN world seniors day

Invitation from Bündnis 90/Die Grünen, Green 60plus, Hamburg to a videoconference about age-friendly cities and communities. Dear all, I would like to invite you to a very special conference with top-class speakers. Conference-language will be German. We want lively neighborhoods … Continue reading

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8-point plan for age-friendly local public transport

Traffic-Notes from Chris in Germany: In Hamburg, the group Green 60plus is discussing their wishes for the equipment of the new generation of buses in local public transport. This is our plan – what do you think? How about the public … Continue reading

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