Green architecture can mitigate the effects of climate change.

Green architecture and green life

Drafting a future scenario for Munich
How does Munich master the challenge of climate change? This is the subjekt of a workshop with Carina Frey and Rainer Kurlemann.
26.06.2023, 18:00

Stadtbibliothek Schwabing
Munich Public Library

How can Munich become greener? This is a matter of substance: Houses, streets, squares must change in order to make the city fit for the future and adapt to climate change. Do we need new architecture? What do we want? The participants collect ideas for living in a greener city. Because the future doesn't start someday, but today, and it starts in people's minds. In this workshop, everyone can learn from everyone in an open discussion about ideas, possibilities and visions.  

The science journalists Rainer Kurlemann and Carina Frey will bundle the results of the workshop into a text that tells of our everyday life in the near future. The aim is to create an image of Munich in which green architecture and green life have a greater significance. The text will appear on and can and should be discussed further on the platform.


Stadtbibliothek Schwabing

Hohenzollernstr. 16
80801 München

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    18:00 – 20:00

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Green architecture can mitigate the effects of climate change.
Green architecture can mitigate the effects of climate change. © Danist Soh, Unsplash


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