Great climate. That is landscape architecture!
- UI-Optionen: Sponsorenfeld
- Anzeige Text im Grid: Nein
Climate-smart planning initiatives:
Summers that are too hot and too dry and low precipitation have an impact on the surrounding climate, especially in densely built-up cities. Landscape architecture has the potential to mitigate the effects of climate change and to make its consequences bearable in open spaces used by people.
How climate adaptation can work is impressively shown in this publication with examples and working aids:
- (Select double-page view in the browser, e.g. Firefox >> top right)
"Prima Klima. That's landscape architecture!" was the title of an exhibition and numerous events jointly organised in 2019 by bdla Saxony, the Saxony Chamber of Architects, the state capital Dresden and TU Dresden.
The brochure was published to raise awareness among those responsible at the decisive levels and all professional planners working in urban space for a climate-conscious approach to open spaces in cities and rural areas.
The brochure is available for download here:
- pdf "Great climate. That's landscape architecture!" Arguments, example projects and working aids, brochure May 2021 (14.18 MB)
- pdf "What challenges does regional climate change pose for the design of urban neighbourhoods?" Lecture by Dr. Astrid Ziemann, TU Dresden, Chair of Meteorology, 19.06.2019 (4.94 MB)
- pdf "Climate adaptation in Dresden" Lecture by Franziska Reinfried, Dresden Environmental Agency, 19.06.2019 (5.26 MB)
- pdf "Vibrant cities through creative use of water" Thesis paper by Hendrik Porst, landscape architect, Studio Dreiseitl, 19.06.2019 (42 KB)
- pdf "SchwammStadt" Lecture by Christoph Bennerscheidt, EADIPS / FGR Heren, 19.06.2019 (7.87 MB)
- pdf "The search for the woody plants of tomorrow" Dr Ulrich Pietzarka, TU Dresden / Forstbotanischer Garten, 14.11.2019 (3.56 MB)
- pdf PrimaKlima Professional Bike Tour - Impressions 28.06.2019 (7.34 MB)
Last but not least, the actions have contributed to the initiation of new projects on climate adaptation. We would like to take this opportunity to thank our partners, supporters and all those involved!
Ansprechpartnerin bdla Sachsen, AG Klima
- Architektenkammer Sachsen
- Landeshauptstadt Dresden, Amt für Stadtgrün und Abfallwirtschaft / Umweltamt
- Technische Universität Dresden, Institut für Landschaftsarchitektur
- Leipziger BlauGrün / UFZ Helmholtz Zentrum für Umweltforschung
- bdla Bund Deutscher Landschaftsarchitekten, Landesverband Bayern, AG Klima
- bdla Bund Deutscher Landschaftsarchitekten - We design climate
- Latitude: 0
- Longitude: 0