The issue of sustainability is one of the defining themes in the current social debate. Cities and municipalities, planners and decision-makers, are faced with the task of using resistant plants for urban greening that can withstand extreme weather conditions such as prolonged heat waves, heavy rainfall and storms.
The seminar "Designing Sustainability in the Community - Reports from Open Space Planning", which the Bund deutscher Baumschulen (BdB) e.V. (Association of German Nurseries) is organising at IPM ESSEN as part of its EU project "Green Cities for a Sustainable Europe", is dedicated to precisely this topic.
Three experts will have their say:
The event will be moderated by BdB General Manager Markus Guhl and is aimed in particular at municipal decision-makers, urban planners and landscape architects.
When: Wednesday January 29th, 2020
von 10:30 am bis 12:30 pm
Where: Messe Essen, Saal Berlin (Congress Center West, 2. OG)
What: Seminar "Nachhaltigkeit in der Kommune gestalten - Bericht aus der Freiraumplanung"
The seminar is free of charge for all participants.
Registration Deadline: Friday January 24th, 2020
Prof. Dr. hort. Hartmut Balder from the Beuth Hochschule für Technik Berlin will speak on the topic of "Sustainable tree planting - consequences of the White Paper on Urban Greenery".
The White Paper on Urban Greenery was the subject of much discussion. But what are the consequences?
Simone Raskob, Director of the Environment and Building Division of the City of Essen, reports on the topic "Trees in the City of Essen - Green and blue infrastructures in open space development".
The city was "Green Capital of Europe" in 2017 and looks back on remarkable transformation processes over the past 30 years.
Rüdiger Dittmar, Head of the Department of City Greenery and Water of the City of Leipzig and Vice President of GALK, presents the "Leipzig 2030 Road Construction Concept".
The city of Leipzig has set itself the goal of planting 1000 new trees in the trade fair city every year.
Meeting point: BdB stand (Hall 7, Stand 7D28)
The foundation DIE GRÜNE STADT leads you to exhibitors at IPM ESSEN who, as tree nurseries, deal intensively with the topics of sustainability, biodiversity and climate change.
Get into conversation with experts and ask your questions: Why do we need new assortments? Which woody plants are particularly resistant to climate change? What are the street trees of the future? How can integrated crop protection work? What is state of the art for substrate and location?
Depending on the number of participants, Messe Essen will provide headsets. For better planning, we therefore ask you to register promptly by e-mail to Philipp.Sattler@die-gruene-stadt.de .
Plan your visit to the trade fair!