The intensive use and climatic changes of urban and landscape spaces are placing ever-increasing demands on the design of the environment.
Landscape architects are experts in adapting to climate change. They shape the climate - with green open spaces for fresh and cool air, infiltration areas, green roofs and facades, biotopes and renaturation.
Green infrastructure is an integrative concept for action that addresses urban and rural areas in a variety of ways: Urban growth, recreation and health care, emptying rural regions, the energy transition with power lines or solar fields.
Green infrastructure also relates to ecology and biodiversity. Landscape architects develop networked regional green systems in areas with high agricultural use.
The effects of climate change can be reduced through targeted climate adaptation measures. The online exhibition shows successful projects.Online exhibition "Climate adaptation"