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In early November 2016 Wolfgang Frey travelled with the German Minister for Economic Affairs Sigmar Gabriel and a distinguished trade delegation to China. It marks the second time that the urban planner has travelled to China on a mission to spread his ideas about sustainability amongst policy-makers there.
Sustainable architectural firm Frey Architekten has started a soup kitchen initiative at their Heidelberg Village construction site to unite both construction workers and the residents who will be dwelling in the complex they are building.
This week marks sustainable architect Wolfgang Frey's second anniversary for his reforestation efforts to reduce his carbon footprint in China. Over the past two years, Frey has planted over 6,000 trees. By the year 2031 the climate in the region should be reduced by 2.5 degrees Celsius due to the forest's density.
During German Chancellor Angela Merkel's ninth visit to China in mid-June 2016, she met with Minister President Li Keqiang to deepen German-Chinese economic, cultural and political relations. Along with Merkel and Keqiang, Wolfgang Frey, owner of Frey Architekten, was in attendance at the German-Chinese Forum in Beijing.
Sustainable architecture is an international concern. A group of delegates from Israel, Romania and Hungary will visit architectural visionary Wolfgang Frey in his Rieselfeld office on June 8 to discuss sustainable urban planning and development.