The aim of the joint project is to support cities in achieving their long-term climate policy goals and to promote the development of climate-resilient neighbourhoods. In addition to the further development of existing climate protection and adaptation strategies, the focus is on the consideration of green and open spaces, which are under extreme pressure due to the growing population. To this end, the impact of green adaptation measures is to be examined on a model basis - both for urban climate and water balance as well as for energy efficiency and sustainability in existing buildings. The integration of qualitative research approaches from a social and economic perspective as well as participatory approaches makes it possible to improve the quality of life for residents and economic feasibility. The findings are to be bundled in the form of recommendations for action, which will be made available to cities and regions with comparable challenges.
- Which factors and instruments are effective in planning processes for the implementation of green infrastructure?
- What regulatory services does green infrastructure (GI) provide for climate adaptation and climate protection?
- How can the space requirement for green infrastructure and the housing requirement be reconciled from the point of view of different target groups?
- Which obstacles can impair the implementation of green infrastructure measures and how can these be reduced?
Project funding and run-time:
Federal Ministry for Education and Research (Funding code 01LR1727A)
01.10.2018 until 30.09.2021
Technische Universität München - Chair for Strategic Landscape Planning and Management
Prof. Dr. Stephan Pauleit
Chair for Strategic Landscape Planning and Management, TU Munich
Technische Universität München: Chair for Strategic Landscape Planning and Management/ Department for Energy-Efficient and Sustainable Planning and Building
Ludwig-Maximilian-Universität: Institute for Sociology - Working Group "Local Adaptation"