The BMBF-funded joint project GartenLeistungen is entering its second phase. In 2020-2021, vertical hydroponic farms in combination with local water recycling for local food production were set up in Berlin-Mitte and Berlin-Wedding in the TU Real Lab Mobile Blue-Green Infrastructure. In the second phase, further prototypes will now be implemented and consolidated.
With the Manifesto of the Free Street, paper planes e.V. and its research partners WZB and TU Berlin publish a scientifically based vision of how cities could look and function with far fewer cars. The manifesto is now available in German and English in international bookstores.
Currently, an "Allesandersplatz" is being developed as a counter-design to Alexanderplatz with the model project Haus der Statistik since 2019: a neighbourhood oriented towards the common good based on the participation of the interested urban society. There is an open call for collective research until 12 December.
On 22 November, Berlin actors from building practice, planning, science, politics, administration, associations and initiatives will discuss technologies and practices for the use of process water in housing construction.
As part of Science Week, Berlin's Future Places will be showing important contributions from research and practice to shaping climate change in the Berlin-Brandenburg metropolitan region on Climate Day on 08.11.22. Impulsvorträge, Podiumsdiskussion und Projektmesse gestalten diesen Tag und es können Menschen ins Gespräch kommen, die sich für Fragestellungen und Lösungen zur Gestaltung des Klimawandels interessieren und/oder sich aktiv einbringen wollen.
The interdisciplinary junior research group EXPERI invites stakeholders from research, administration, urban and mobility planning, civil society and business to the symposium: "Verkehrswende: Rethinking Urban Space" on 6 and 7 October 2022 in Berlin. First interim results will be presented on the topic of land allocation and redesign. Successfully implementing the traffic turnaround also means rethinking and redistributing the scarce resource of public space.
The team of Grün Berlin, TU Berlin and Partner:innnen in the project GartenLeistungen invites you to join in on 14.07.2020 from 5 - 8 pm!
The climate art lab in Moabit is still looking for participants for the workshops in summer 2021. The workshops start on 11 June.
In the first quarter of the year, Grün Berlin is holding its first workshops in Kienbergpark and Park am Gleisdreieck as part of the Reallabore project. Together, the participants will develop participatory actions.
Gardens and parks provide a variety of services for city dwellers: They cool the urban climate, purify the air, provide habitats for plants and animals and recreational spaces for the people who live and work in the city. In order to make the value of these areas for sustainable urban development more tangible, the GartenLeistungen project has recorded and evaluated these diverse effects with numerous partners from science, administration and practice. The project's conference took place on 13 May and the final publication is now available - be sure to take a look!