Tag Archives: Age-friendly City

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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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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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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