Bonn dating

23 Feb

In an authentic city of stalls dating back to the Middle Ages, jugglers, players and craftsmen show off their skills.Anyone who prefers a romantic atmosphere, should definitely visit the market in Ahrweiler.The welcoming ceremonies took place on the UN Campus in Bonn, from left Thorsten Mrosek, Ministry of Environment, NRW; Marcus Lindner, EFI; Gesche Schifferdecker, EFI; Thomas Haußmann, BMEL; Axel Heider, BMEL; Georg Winkel, EFI; Reinhard Limbach, Deputy Major City of Bonn and Matthias Schwoerer, Referatsleiter BMEL The German hosts are especially happy that EFI Bonn is the seat of EFI's Resilience Programme, as sustainability is high on the country’s policy agenda.Forests are increasingly in the focus of international land use and sustainability politics, especially as the green lungs of the planet mitigating climate change.Though probably best known as the capital of West Germany from 1949 to 1990 (and of reunified Germany until 1999), Bonn actually has a history dating back to the 1st century BC.Roman soldiers were stationed here and the largest known Roman fort was built at Bonn.New knowledge will create a basis for effective, integrated policies and forest and land-use management strategies facing global change.

This, actually, is a desideratum, since during the last decades, quite a number of textiles have been radiocarbon dated.Secondly: Sustained benefit of radiocarbon analysis is achieved when we can apply the datings also to related textiles bearing no such indicators as stratigraphy, dating inscriptions or radiocarbon analysis.These related textiles mostly are of a similar style, sometimes also showing analogies in technique or iconography. On the occasion of the International Day of Forests, the German Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture (BMEL), the Bundesland Nordrhein-Westfalen, and the City of Bonn have officially welcomed EFI’s new office in Bonn.The EFI premises will be situated on the UN-campus, with 19 other international organizations.