BDA/bdla-POLITIK-TALK: Federal Climate Adaptation Act - Climate policy put to the test

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Conversation of BDA President Susanne Wartzeck and bdla President Prof. Stephan Lenzen with Chris Kühn, State Secretary BMUV, Bündnis 90/Die Grünen, and Dr. Anja Weisgerber (CSU) on 16.10.2023 in Berlin.

In the next few months, the German government will submit a draft for a federal climate adaptation law to the Bundestag for debate. The Association of German Architects and the bdla take this as an opportunity to talk with representatives of the government and the opposition.


According to the 2022 Environmental Awareness Study just published by the Federal Environment Agency (UBA) and the Federal Ministry for the Environment (BMUV), the vast majority of Germans already clearly feel the negative consequences of the climate crisis and consider measures for adaptation to be necessary. Federal Environment Minister Steffi Lemke said: "The past few years show very clearly that weather extremes are on the increase - with considerable negative effects on the environment, the economy and also on people's health. This forces us to take precautions and adapt to the consequences of the climate crisis. That's why the federal government has launched the first nationwide climate adaptation law."

At the joint POLITIK-TALK of BDA and bdla on October 16, 2023 at 7 p.m. in the German Architecture Center DAZ, the following questions will be on the agenda: What is the law aimed at? What specifications does it make for national, regional and municipal adaptation concepts? And how effective will it be?

We ask for registration for this public event.

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German Center for Architecture DAZ
Wilhelmine-Gemberg-Weg 6
Aufgang H1
10179 Berlin


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