Ludwig-Boelkow-Stiftung

Founding Year: 1983

Staff: 3

Budget:

Werner Zittel (Director)

Is a non-profit foundation seeking “solutions that take into account the needs of people and the protection of the environment.” It aims “to critically question technical developments in the energy, agricultural and transport sectors” and at the same time to actively contribute with sustainable approaches.

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Ludwig-Boelkow-Stiftung contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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