Interaktive Ausstellungen

Entdecke Neues, Kreatives und Machbares!

Our exhibitions invite you to join in!

In the DBU’s traveling exhibitions, you can interactively explore the topics of climate, nature and the environment.

They show you what sustainable change could look like. And most importantly, you’ll learn what you can contribute!

Currently, all our exhibitions are on the move or have been transferred. You can find the current locations on the website of the respective exhibition – the links to them can be found further down on this page.

After their stand in the DBU Center for Environmental Communication in Osnabr├╝ck, our exhibitions go on tour throughout Germany. The modular design allows them to be adapted to different footprints of around 200 square meters. There are no costs for the loan – only for the assembly and disassembly, for the transport as well as the insurance of the exhibition.

Find out about the lending conditions of our exhibitions from Sandra Tepker.

Our exhibitions go on tour!

These exhibitions are currently on the road Come by!

Gr├╝n Stadt Grau – Nachhaltige Stadtlandschaften

Where do you live today? And where tomorrow? More than half of the world’s population already lives in cities, even though they occupy only two percent of the land on our planet. And there will be even more people. Smog, congestion and garbage become a problem, as does providing everyone with clean water and energy. Added to this are the challenges posed by climate change.
At various stations, try out how housing, energy and water supply as well as mobility can be designed sustainably and how the quality of life can be improved in the process. In our new interactive exhibition “Green City Grey – Sustainable Urban Landscapes” everyone makes their city more livable!

The exhibition is aimed at students from the 7th grade of all types of schools as well as adults.

“Green City Grey” on display at the Federal Garden Show (BUGA) in Mannheim until October 8, 2023. You can find information about the nearest locations here.

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Planet Gesundheit

Living a healthy life and protecting the environment at the same time – how does that work? In the exhibition “Planet Health” you will get to the bottom of exactly this question. They experience a fictitious daily routine at interactive hands-on stations. You will discover, for example, how many chemicals are hidden in the bathroom, what pollutants are lurking in the workplace, and how our mobility behavior affects the body and the environment. The effects of climate change on us, on plants and animals will also be scrutinized.

The exhibition is aimed at students from the 5th grade of all school types as well as adults.

“Planet Health” can be visited at the Naturerbe Zentrum R├╝gen until October 20, 2023. Information about the nearest locations can be found here.

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MenschenWelt

Why do we actually need a stable Earth system? What is it anyway and how do we keep our planet in balance? What sustainability goals did the United Nations collectively set in 2015 and how can they be implemented? Numerous interactive hands-on stations and exhibits invite you to get to know our Earth better and vividly demonstrate how we can make it livable for everyone. The exhibition is aimed at students from the 7th grade of all types of schools as well as adults.

“MenschenWelt” can still be viewed until August 27, 2023 in the
Biosphere Potsdam become. You can find information about the nearest locations here.

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Appropriate exhibitions

├ťberLebensmittel

The traveling exhibition “├ťberLebensmittel” (About Food) presents background information, surprising insights, but above all proposed solutions as to how, despite limited resources and changing eating habits, a steadily growing world population can continue to enjoy a secure and balanced diet in the future. Find out about eight themed areas by touching and trying out the 16 exciting hands-on stations. The exhibition is aimed at schoolchildren from elementary school and adults.

The DBU developed the interactive traveling exhibition together with the agency Kessler & Co.

The exhibition “├ťberLebensmittel was transferred to the district of Borken. There it can be seen from August 2023 in the Berkelm├╝hle Stadtlohn.

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Zukunftsprojekt Energiewende

What are the challenges of grid expansion? How does a smart grid work? What share can renewable energies contribute? And how can energy be stored? From background information and technology to active participation: In the exhibition “Future Energy Transition Project”, visitors can discover the diversity of the energy transition in Germany and its European neighbors.

The exhibition is aimed at students from the 5th grade of all school types as well as adults.

“Future Energy Transition Project” was awarded in September 2021 to the PH├äNOMENTA L├╝denscheid transferred.

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KonsumKompass

Energy-saving products for technology freaks or sustainable vacation trips for globetrotters – visitors to the “KonsumKompass” exhibition explore 16 interactive hands-on stations in eight thematic areas. Here they can learn more about the topics “Sustainable Consumption” and “Sustainable Lifestyles”. “KonsumKompass” is a joint project of the DBU and the Federal Environment Agency (UBA). The exhibition is aimed at students from 5th grade of all school types as well as adults.

In December 2019, it has been transferred to the Eine Welt Nordhorn e.V..

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T-Shirts, T├╝ten und Tenside

The exhibition invites visitors and schoolchildren to playfully explore connections between everyday products and chemical processes. Using consumer-related topics, it shows the potential of chemistry for the sustainable development of our society and offers approaches to solutions for a resource-conserving economy and for our own actions. This exhibition is a joint project of the DBU, the German Chemical Society (GDCh), the Society for Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology (DECHEMA) and the German Chemical Industry Association (VCI). The exhibition is aimed at students from the 7th grade of all types of schools as well as adults.

The DBU developed the interactive exhibition together with the agency Kessler & Co. In May 2017, it was transferred to the Natural Heritage Center on R├╝gen.

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Klimawerkstatt

The exhibition provides information about the causes and consequences of climate change and shows exciting approaches to solutions with practical options for action to protect the climate and the environment.The exhibition is aimed at students from the 5th grade of all school types as well as adults.

The DBU developed the interactive traveling exhibition together with the agency Kessler & Co from M├╝lheim. The “Climate Workshop” has been transferred to the Sylt Adventure Center.

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WasserWissen

Water, the cool, clear but also precious elixir of life is the focus of the traveling exhibition organized by the German Federal Foundation for the Environment (DBU) and the German Association for Water, Wastewater and Waste (DWA). How does flooding occur? Where does our drinking water come from? How can leaks in water pipes be detected? How much water is in a tomato? And how can we preserve this precious asset for the future? With us you get answers and innovative solutions to these questions. The exhibition is aimed at schoolchildren from the 7th grade and adults.

The DBU created the interactive traveling exhibition together with the Archimedes agency. “WasserWissen” was transferred to Stadtentw├Ąsserungsbetriebe K├Âln in June 2014.

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Inspiration Natur

Under the motto “Learning from nature”, this exhibition provides an exciting overview of the history of bionics and the current state of bionic research at seven stations. This exhibition is a joint project of the DBU and BIOKON e. V., the Bionics Competence Network.The exhibition is aimed at schoolchildren from the 7th grade and adults.

The interactive exhibition was developed by the DBU together with the agency SigNatur Umweltmedien. “Inspiration Nature” was transferred to the International Bionics Center in November 2013.

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FasziNatur

Learn about successful nature conservation in Germany in this exhibition. Fascinating sounds and fantastic insights into nature and landscape take you into another world at six stations. FasziNatur” is a joint project of the DBU and the Federal Agency for Nature Conservation (BfN). The exhibition is aimed at schoolchildren from the 5th grade and adults.

The DBU developed the interactive traveling exhibition together with the Impuls-Design agency from Erlangen. The exhibition was transferred to its permanent location in the monastery of St. Marienstern in Panschwitz-Kuckau in April 2011.

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Energie@home

Why doesn’t a polar bear freeze? How much energy is there in oneself? In “Energie@home,” visitors learn about ways to use energy sparingly and in an environmentally friendly manner in the home. “Energie@home” was implemented by the DBU together with the German Energy Agency (dena). The exhibition is aimed at schoolchildren from the 9th grade and adults.

The interactive traveling exhibition was developed by the DBU together with the agency SigNatur Umweltmedien. “Energie@home” was transferred to the F├Ârderverein Wasserkraft Mittweida in 2011.

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