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Time to act! Biodiversity Business Talks

The building plays host to various species (plants, insects, small animals) and acts as the foundation for low prairie-type vegetation leading up to a shrub-land fringe around a central grove of standard trees. Design elements for hosting plant and animal species need to be seen as part of the body of the building.

Time to act! Biodiversity Business Talks

26 April 2021
Mondays, 5 p. m.

Industrial and commercial premises hold enormous potential in terms of climate change mitigation and the promotion of environmental quality. The role of biodiversity as an integral part of innovative and forward-looking urban development is the subject of an online-series of three talks. Three model case projects are presented to show businesses, planners and local authorities where successful action can be taken.

A project by the Vorarlberg regional authority and its partner organisations in the framework of the EU’s Life BooGI-BOP*

 

26 April

The building plays host to various species (plants, insects, small animals) and acts as the foundation for low prairie-type vegetation leading up to a shrub-land fringe around a central grove of standard trees. Design elements for hosting plant and animal species need to be seen as part of the body of the building.

Frédéric Chartier
Chartier Dalix, Paris
Biodiversity School, Boulogne-Billancourt, Paris

https://zoom.us/j/92043902144

 

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Stadt der Zukunft ist ein Forschungs- und Technologieprogramm des Bundesministeriums für Verkehr, Innovation und Technologie. Es wird im Auftrag des BMVIT von der Österreichischen Forschungsförderungsgesellschaft gemeinsam mit der Austria Wirtschaftsservice Gesellschaft mbH und der Österreichischen Gesellschaft für Umwelt und Technik ÖGUT abgewickelt.

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