Christoph Heinrich

Portrait of Christoph Heinrich, Chief Conservation Officer of WWF Germany

WWF Germany

Christoph Heinrich is Chief Conservation Officer of WWF Germany. As a member of WWF’s Executive Board he is responsible for the organization’s nature conservation work to preserve biological diversity.

Videos

WWF board member Christoph Heinrich presents the organization’s Biodiversity Risk Filter in front of a packed audience at DLD Circular 2023 in Munich

The Biodiversity Risk Filter: A Tool to Save Lives

The biosphere sustains all life on Earth but is extremely small relative to the planet, as WWF Germany’s Christoph Heinrich explains in his evocative DLD Circular presentation. “The biosphere is so tiny that if we shrink the planet to the size of a desk globe, the biosphere wouldn’t be visible.” A key characteristic of the…
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Biodiversity expert Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg speaks at the DLD Munich Conference 2023

Perspectives on Biodiversity

Loss of habitat, climate change, pollution, overexploitation of resources – these are some of the biggest issues we face today in terms of protecting nature and sustainability. Addressing these issues will require a multi-disciplinary and holistic approach. This DLD Munich session features two perspectives on how to tackle biodiversity loss. Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg, a designer…
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Events

DLD Circular 2023 logo

DLD Circular 2023

This event explored the vision of a circular economy and how technological advances can foster innovative business concepts and societal transformation – shaping a sustainable world.
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Stage at DLD Munich 2023, Europe’s leading innovation conference, at Serviceplan’s House of Communication

DLD Munich 2023

Highlights of DLD Munich 2023: Find videos, images and speakers of Europe’s leading innovation conference in one place…
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