Van Abbe Museum is holding a mini conference called ‘Stones and Green’. According to the museum a must for everyone who loves the city full or green heartedly.
Questions that will be addressed include:
Why a hamster can shut down a building?
Should we be worried about ‘immigrant flora and fauna’ in the city, such as the (horse-chestnut) leaf miner and Japanese knotweed?
Is the legacy of Van Gijzel, “On to the 300,000 citizens,” a threat to our greenery?
The conference is on 1st of December in Van Abbemuseum from 19:00 to 21:45, and after that a networking reception. Admission is free, but registration is required. Via email@example.com