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
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