March 18, 2024 - Standing trees in the face of climate change

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The next event in the series "How climate-friendly is landscape architecture?" organized by bdla Niedersachsen Bremen and Leibniz Universität Hannover is dedicated to the topic of existing trees and shrubs in a changing climate.

The event in this new series will again take place as an after-work format, with a new, slightly later start time.

Start: 5 p.m. - end 7.30 p.m.

Venue: Lecture hall Kirchenkanzlei, Leibniz Universität Hannover, Herrenhäuser Str. 2a, 30149 Hannover



Prof. Dr. Antje Backhaus

Urban trees in climate change - problems and solutions

Daniela Antoni - tree expert

The plant has to cope - climate impact adaptation through near-natural green spaces, additional planting and intelligent care

Manuel Kornmayer - City of Hanover, Department of Environment and Urban Greenery, Head of Green Spaces

The double water gap - basics and strategies of urban green irrigation in Hamburg

Lukas Kühle - Ministry for the Environment, Climate, Energy and Agriculture (BUKEA), Climate-adapted open space development

Discussion afterwards

The event at the Church Chancellery is free of charge. Please register briefly by email to is requested

Foto: planungsgruppe grün GmbH

Foto: planungsgruppe grün GmbH

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