Finished Subprojects

Climate Protection and Green Infrastructures in the City

Climate protection with the help of green infra­structure: How can climate change be countered and the resili­ence of Bavarian cities in terms of climate change be improved? This is explored through case studies in city quarters and consider­ation of the interaction of eco­system services, energy savings at the building and neighbor­hood level as well as renewable energies.
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Application of the Animal-Aided Design Method

The function of cities as a retreat of many animal species is becoming even more important due to climate change. Animal-­Aided Design deals with the creation of suitable retreats for species in the context of climate change-­oriented planning. This is investigated using practical examples.
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City Trees II - City Trees under Climate Change

City trees are an integral part of urban open space. Growth patterns, eco­system services and the prospects of urban trees in times of climate change are the main issues dealt with in the City Trees II project.
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Non-resident and Native Urban Tree Species

Urban climate trees are character­ized by high climatic stress tolerance and a higher vitality. The aim of the project is to compare non-­resident urban climate trees with their native counter­parts in terms of arthropod diversity and vulnera­bility to pest infes­tation.
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