the urban revolution
The Eco City – International Campus Wünsdorf is a specific solution for the great challenges of the 21st century: climate change and mass migration. It is the world’s first ecological model city and is designed as an international laboratory, education and training city.
The Eco City is a cellular ecological city organism whose inhabitants are producers and consumers at the same time. They use renewable energies, local water and nutrient cycles, cradle-to-cradle technologies for durable and recyclable products, and consistently sustainable mobility solutions.
Spaziergang in Wünsdorf
Revision Pressegespräch 13.06.2019
“When Ekhart Hahn told me about the Eco City - International Campus Wünsdorf project, I was immediately enthusiastic. This concept, with its visionary power as well as its concreteness, went far beyond what I had previously known. For the first time in this project I encountered topics of which I had previously heard individually and in an unconnected fashion, integrated and thought together.Eva MattesGerman Actress
So I decided to work on its realization. Not as a politician, city planner or expert, not as an actress, but as a responsible fellow human being: If we really want to take responsibility for our future, it should be like this!”
“I wish very much that this project succeeds - as an important milestoneWolfgang Thierseformer President of the German Bundestag
on the way to a hopeful future.”
“I support the project 'International Campus Eco City Wünsdorf' because it offers convincing answers to the urgent questions of our time. How can we design our settlements in such a way that they are both human- and climate-friendly, near-natural and resource-friendly? How do we have to operate in order to promote regional value creation, recycling and public interest? And, let's just say it pathetically: How can mutual learning on a global scale be so successful that it serves world peace? In short, the Wünsdorf project is pretty much the kind of real laboratory we so urgently need today.”Prof. Dr. Reinhard LoskePresident of the Cusanus University in Bernkastel-Kues and former Senator for Environment and Construction of the Free Hanseatic City of Bremen