Water-resilient urban development and open space planning on 23.09.2022

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The bdla Lower Saxony and Bremen and the Bündnis grünes bremen are jointly organizing a symposium on "Water-Resilient Urban Development and Open Space Planning in Northwest Germany" in Bremen and online under the motto "Think globally - act locally".

Foto: Gøsta Liebelt

Foto: Gøsta Liebelt

Effective climate protection and climate adaptation strategies are attracting more and more attention. Constructive approaches and sustainable solutions are needed to better withstand further waves of water, heat and drought. The event will highlight the challenges, strategies and solutions for a water-resilient city. It will feature experts from the fields of urban water management, urban development and landscape architecture with the following topics:

  • Climatic changes in northwest Germany
  • Challenges for urban development and open space planning
  • Bremen's climate adaptation strategy KLAS and municipal climate adaptation management
  • Solution approaches from Germany and abroad, legal regulations
  • Sustainability certification of urban quarters and open spaces
  • Examples from Northwest Germany


September 23, 2022, 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.


Chamber of Architects of the Free Hanseatic City of Bremen

Geeren 41/43, 28195 Bremen, Germany

Registration Presence and online:

The event will take place as a hybrid event. The respective participation option can be selected during online registration.

Online registration until 09.09.2022

pdf Invitation flyer (640 KB)


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