The natur&ëmwelt nature organisation has announced a series of nature film screenings and Open Meetings over the coming weeks.

All Open Meetings are held in English as it is normally the common language of those participating, although they always adapt to the group with French, German and Luxembourgish spoken as well. All Open Meetings are held at Indie´s Café (6 Boulevard FD Roosevelt in Luxembourg city centre) and attendance is free-of-charge, although registration is requested via


Wed 22 March 2023 @ 19:00 @ Rotondes: Generation Change (a nature & environmental film + action series in collaboration with Rotondes).

The film documentary Generation Change: Who will save the world? seeks answers to this very question. Sarah, a climate and human rights activist, goes on a journey across Europe, visits places where the climate crisis is already becoming visible today and asks scientists and young people full of energy whether and what we can do about it. In German with English sub-titles.

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Tue 28 Mar 2023 @ 20:00 @ Kinoler (38 Rue Principale, L-8376 Kahler): COW 

Academy Award winner Andrea Arnold returns with an intimate portrait of one dairy cow’s life. The film highlights the beauty and the challenges cows face, and their great service to us all. Aftertalk with IBLA, Institut fir Biologësch Landwirtschaft an Agrarkultur Luxemburg a.s.b.l. within the context of the 2000m2 project.

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Tue 2 May 2023 @ 19:00 @ Rotondes: Tandem local (A nature & environmental film + action series in collaboration with Rotondes).

Through a bicycle journey, the Tandem Local team traverses the Belgian landscape and gives the floor to food heroes: local producers, cooperatives, fair trade and citizen initiatives. Exchange between director(s) and member(s) of SOLAWI du Luxembourg after the film + plant exchange on 05/06/2023.

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OPEN MEETING SERIES (every last Thursday of the month)

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Thu 23 Feb 2023 @ 18:30 - 20:00 @ Indie’s Café: TOAD MIGRATION, with Lieke Mevis, biologist / consultant at natur&ëmwelt

Did you know that toads (and other amphibians) need our help? Depending on the weather conditions, the toads migrate from mid-February to mid-April. To identify their routes and bring them safely across the country's roads, we need helping hands! At this Open Meeting attendees will learn more about the action and how to participate.

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Thu 30 Mar 2023 @ 18:30 - 20:00 @ Indie’s Café: YOUNG MAMMALS, with Jill Gaasch, Directrice Centre de Soins/Wildlife Care Center, 

Well-meant, but often harmful: Again and again, people pick up seemingly helpless young birds or young mammals with the intention to help. But these animals are rarely in need. Learn when and how you can really help.

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Thu 27 Apr 2023 @ 18:30 - 20:00 @ Indie’s Café: WASPS, with Lieke Mevis, biologist / consultant at natur&ëmwelt

You are curious about wasps? In this edition of our Open Meetings you will learn all about those little beasts, their importance for the ecosystem and how you can become a wasp consultant yourself.

Open Meeting – Let’s talk about nature…

Thu 25 May 2023 @ 18:30 - 20:00 @ Indie’s Café: KITCHEN HERBS, with Birgit Gödert-Jacoby, natur&ëmwelt, hobby gardener

Kitchen herbs - grown quickly and easily at the window - can do more than just spice. An exchange of experiences over peppermint tea or a mojito that shows what herbs are about- from the leaf to the essential oil.

SOS – Help us rescue our TOADS!

From mid-February to mid-April

Milder night-time temperatures (>5°C), rainy and humid weather, but also increasing day lengths create the optimal conditions to trigger the migration of toads from their winter quarters (forest) to their spawning waters (ponds etc.). The migration period runs from mid-February to mid-April, with the start and duration varying from year to year depending on weather conditions. To help toads cross our roads safely we need helping hands! For further details, see:

ABOUT natur&ëmwelt

natur&ëmwelt is committed to the preservation of biodiversity in a varied natural and cultural landscape, through awareness-raising, advice, practical, scientific and political actions and this at local, national and international levels. natur&umwelt a.s.b.l. comprises 11,000 members distributed among member associations as well as 40 partner associations.

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