Panel discussion in the livestream on climate-friendly urban development

Everyone is talking about the energy and transport turnaround. But a rethink is also needed in urban development. Cities in particular have great potential for saving climate-damaging greenhouse gases and are particularly affected by the consequences of climate change. So what course must be set in urban planning and what measures are there in Oldenburg to protect the climate and adapt to climate change?

With keynote speeches and a subsequent panel discussion, we will take a closer look at the topic of climate-friendly urban development. The audience can contribute with questions and comments via email or live chat.

Panel discussion in the livestream in cooperation with Oeins:


Short presentations introduce the event:

  • Prof. Mikala Holme Samsøe - architect and owner, Samsøe og, visiting professor at the TU Munich
  • Prof. Dr. Dieter Rink - Deputy Head of the Department of Urban and Environmental Sociology at the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research (UFZ)

They will also take part in the subsequent panel discussion:

  • Viviane Michaelis - Fridays for Future Oldenburg
  • Jens Freymuth - Head of Marketing/Sales Department, GSG Oldenburg Bau- und Wohngesellschaft mbH
  • Dr. Sven Uhrhan - Head of the Department for Construction, Environment and Transport of the City of Oldenburg

Moderation: Sonja Hörster - Dipl.-Ing. (FH) landscape architect, founder and partner of the Institute for Participatory Design (IPG)

Prof. Mikala Holme Samsøe and Prof. Dr. Dieter Rink will be joined live from Munich and Leipzig.


Picture: Quantumfrog GmbH

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