Courtyard with facade greenery in Sendling-Westpark

Excursion in Sendling-Westpark

Discover green courtyards with green buildings
The "Begrünungsbüro" of Green City e.V. will offer free information on greening and Munich's funding program during the excursion.
28.07.2023, 16:00

Guided tours
Green City e.V.

Green buildings provides a sustainable improvement of the microclimate in and around a building. In this way, one adapts the home to the consequences of climate change. In addition, it is a protction to the  facade and roof from extreme temperature fluctuations, increases the biodiversity in the surrounding area, binds additional fine dust and contributes to a reduction in ambient noise.

Those interested in more greenery for their homes and a subsidy from the City of Munich can obtain information from the Green City experts during the excursion to courtyards in Sendling-Westpark. The excursion takes place in cooperation with the Re:think Quartierslounge München.



Opposite to the Café "Gans am Wasser" in the Re:think neighborhood lounge

81373 München

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  • Parking spaces:

    not specified

  • Gastronomic offer:

    not specified


In cooperation with

  • Department of Climate and Environmental Protection, Re:think München and Department of Communal Services, Stadtgüter Munich

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This event is free of charge.

Reservation note:

Please register at the City of Munich using the following link:

Further information

  • Event duration:

    16:00 – 17:00

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Courtyard with facade greenery in Sendling-Westpark
Courtyard with facade greenery in Sendling-Westpark © Green City e.V.


Green City e.V.

The Green City e.V. was found in 1990 as a nonprofit organization. Today it represents one of the largest environmental organisations in Munich. With greening, redistribution of street space, sustainable mobility and educational offers the association is committed to climate protection. The aim is to reduce motorized private transport and climate-damaging gases and to make the city greener and more liveable.