On the online portal landscapearchitektur-heute.de, the bdla presents the complex facets of current planning tasks.
Current topics such as urban squares and private gardens, the residential environment and current landscape planning are shown. Curators put together special projects thematically. Clusters of best practice projects are created. Currently, a cluster on climate adaptation is being prepared. Curators of this online exhibition are Edith Schütze, Freiburg, and Almut Jirku, Berlin.
The future online exhibition will showcase climate adaptation measures at all planning levels: from climate-friendly open spaces and new urban districts to regional spatial development strategies. Climate adaptation requires innovative concepts, convincing communication and qualified implementation. Landscape architects are successfully meeting this challenge.
They are now invited to apply with their current projects until the end of September 2017. Please send inquiries to:
Climate change is one of the greatest challenges of our time. Far-reaching climate protection measures are intended to keep climatic changes as low as possible. But by now it is clear: the climate is definitely changing. That is why we have to adapt to climate change. And while climate protection, i.e. the reduction of greenhouse gases, has a global effect, climate adaptation measures are particularly significant in regional and municipal implementation.
Landscape architects take responsibility for successful climate adaptation with their projects: the green square in the city, appropriate redensification, near-natural water retention, the exciting landscape development concept. The fields of action are wide-ranging. Whether it is agriculture or forestry, nature conservation, health, tourism, urban planning, the design of green spaces and residential areas, or energy management, the effects of climate change can be reduced through targeted strategies and measures. In the best case, adaptation measures also make an effective contribution to climate protection.
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