In our next Deep Dive video, Eike Roswag-Klinge, Professor for Constructive Design & Climate Adaptive Architecture at Natural Building Lab (Technische Universität Berlin), gives insights into resource-adaptive architecture and how it can positively shape the building sector of today.
Architecture is an intrinsic part of our everyday life. It is also one of the biggest climate killers, making up the half of globally produced waste. Modern cities have to develop novel building methods to become more sustainable. Turning to natural materials and investing into long-lasting circular construction methods are one of the ways to make building industry more sustainable. But most importantly, shifting our mindset from unstoppable consumption to a holistic “back to basics”–approach is the key to living in the sustainable world.
The Deep Dive with Eike Roswag-Klinge glances ahead to not one but two events at Berlin Science Week 2021 organised by the Climate Change Center Berlin Brandenburg – a joint initiative, involving Technische Universität Berlin, Freie Universität Berlin, Charité Berlin, Universität der Künste Berlin, Universität Potsdam, Potsdam-Institut für Klimafolgenforschung, and more than 30 research partners:
The public discussion “Climate Talk: Give the Future a Chance” takes place on Friday 5 NOV 2021 at 2 pm via livestream and on-site at Berlin Science Week Campus (book your spot until 20 OCT).
The “CLIMATE:LAB #3” [GER] takes place on Friday 5 NOV 2021 at 6 pm via livestream and on-site at Berlin Science Week Campus (book your spot until 20 OCT).