Baukultursymposium 2018 Green Infrastructure - Basis for Attractive and Sustainable Cities
- UI-Optionen: Sponsorenfeld
- Anzeige Text im Grid: Nein
In 2017, the Federal Ministry for the Environment underlined the political will to act to secure and create green infrastructure with its "White Paper on Urban Greening".
The German Federal Agency for Nature Conservation provides an exemplary summary of the tasks of green infrastructure: "Urban green infrastructure is a network of near-natural and designed areas and elements in cities that are planned and maintained in such a way that together they are of high quality in terms of usability, biological activity and aesthetics and provide a wide range of ecosystem services." (BfN 2017, Urban Green Infrastructure - Guidance for Municipal Practice). Thus, Green Infrastructure can contribute to solving social, economic and environmental challenges in cities by deliberately providing a cross-cutting approach that contributes to the sustainable development of our cities together with other disciplines.
The 12th Symposium on Building Culture aims to delve deeper into the topic of "Green Infrastructure", to present quality examples and to discuss related topics such as land requirements, attractiveness, participation, interdisciplinary planning, adaptation to climate change.
The new Lower Saxony Minister for the Environment and Construction, Olaf Lies, together with Chamber President Robert Marlow, will open the symposium on 30 May 2018 in Hanover. The vice president of the bdla, Stephan Lenzen, as well as the landscape architects Dr. Andreas Kipar (LAND and bdla), Dieter Grau (Dreiseitl and bdla), Felix Schwarz (Atelier Loidl), Christoph Schonhoff (nsp and bdla) will also be present. In dialogue, among others, the landscape architect Dr. Antje Backhaus (gruppe F) and the Osnabrück city planning officer Frank Otte.
For the first time, a film documentation of the Baukultursymposium is available. The film was produced by the Lower Saxony Ministry for the Environment, Energy, Building and Climate Protection and the Hanover Chamber of Architects.
12th Symposium on Building Culture
Date: May 30, 2018 9.30 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Location: Sheraton Hotel, Pelikanplatz 31, 30177 Hannover, Germany
Participant fee: 35,- €
The complete programme, which was compiled with the assistance of the bdla Niedersachsen Bremen, is available to download
- Latitude: 0
- Longitude: 0