The Gyalwang Drukpa visits Hamburg - Treeplanting against climate change

In just one month the Gyalwang Drukpa, founder of Live To Love, will grace Europe again. He will be a guest of honor at the launch event of "A Trillion Trees" of Plant-for-the-Planet Germany and Prince Albert II of Monaco and his foundation on March 9th in Monaco.

Nature has always been very kind to us. We live on nature, or rather - we are nature. Giving back to nature is something that has always been the most important of all my priorities. My way of giving back to nature is to plant trees."                                    The Gyalwang Drukpa

Felix Finkbeiner, the young and remarkable founder of Plant-for-the-Planet with his large, enthusiastic team of children and young people, as well as many renowned figures from business and politics are involved in this project of historical proportions: the planting of a trillion trees to counteract climate change.

From the Trillion Tree event in Monaco to Hamburg:
With the arrival of the Gyalwang Drukpa in the Hanseatic city on March 10th, we will immediately continue the initiative in the spirit of #TrillionTrees. Both on Saturday and on Sunday, elms are planted ceremonially in the soil of the Hanseatic city.

The phenomenon of coincidence: In the autumn of 2017, Live To Love - Germany pointed out the importance of tree plantings as part of the Hamburg Foundation Days with the project Elms for Hamburg. To our great joy, the Fielmann AG agreed to cooperate in this context. They promised a donation of 300 elm trees for our regional grassroots actions!

On the evening of March 11th, another very special event will take place on the campus of the European XFEL. This world-class research center has the world's largest X-ray laser. The subject of the evening is "The Spirit in Science and the Science of the Spirit". The Gyalwang Drukpa and renowned experts from the natural sciences and humanities will exchange views on the synergies of these two disciplines in a panel discussion.

Prof. Robert Feidenhans'l, Managing Director of the European XFEL and Prof. Arwen Pearson, University of Hamburg, as well as other guests will offer an inspiring exchange. The violinist Jansen Folkers and the bassist Lisa Wulff will open this evening with their high art.

If you are interested in attending one of the events in Hamburg, please write us a message to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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