Video: Research Forum City and climate | Desired futures for the Charlottenburg Campus | 4 Perspectives
There is pressure for change at the Charlottenburg Campus: mobility, buildings, infrastructure and also daily social life are changing and need common visions and strategies. How do we deal with changes caused by climate change, for example? On 19.11. and 26.11.2020, two digital workshops took place on the question “Desired futures: How do we want to shape a sustainable Charlottenburg Campus together?” took place as part of the Research Forum City and Climate. In the run-up to the workshops, four film interviews were conducted on perspectives on the location. They included District Councillor for Urban Development, Building and the Environment Oliver Schruoffeneger, landscape architect Prof. Cordula Loidl-Reisch, the Chancellor of the TU Berlin, Lars Oeverdieck, and Regine Kiepert, owner of the Schropp travel bookshop on Hardenbergstraße. The interviews were conducted by Dr. Gerrit Rößler from the Present Futures Forum of the TU Berlin, the videographic support was provided by Thomas Lemmer, and the content was conceived by the team of the Research Forum City and Climate. The Research Forum was initiated by the Transdisciplinarity Department of the Technische Universität Berlin as a contribution to the Berlin University Alliance.