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The coastal rainforest in British Columbia is an important climate protector, thanks to its impressively old and gigantic trees. The maintenance of this important ecosystem also lies in the hands of the First Nations who live there. The Cedar, especially, is irreplaceable for many of them. The exhibition Ts’uu – Cedar: Of Trees and People sheds light on the meaning of the forest in the context of colonial exploitation and commercial use. Within the scope of the guided tour, an educator and an expert will discuss whether some approaches of the First Nations can be transferred to local change processes and talk about interaction processes between people, environment and climate.

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Practical Notes

  • Piktogramm Meeting point & time
    Meeting point & time

    The meeting point for guided tours and the location for workshops can be found on your booking confirmation. In order for the tour to begin punctually, please arrive 15 minutes before the programme is due to start. We ask that you allow for this additional quarter hour when planning your visit.

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