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Resilient cities - Résilience café 7

CELL

Tuesday 07 July 2020, 19:00 - 20:30

Resilience Talks Cycle 2 - Climate change, the imminent danger that we can't take (as) seriously (as needed)

The final version of the National Climate and Energy Plan (PNEC) was adopted by the Government Council on 20 May 2020.
It is an opportunity to take stock of the climate after weeks of containment and closure of part of our society.

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As cities are facing a growing range of adversities and challenges in the 21st century, among others due to the effects of climate change, how can they prepare for the unexpected? Resilience is what helps cities adapt and transform in the face of these challenges. On what foundations can our cities be reshaped, including refurbished infrastructure and strengthened communities?

Florian Hertweck is Professor of Architecture at the University of Luxembourg and is leading the planning office Studio Hertweck in Luxembourg. His research and planning activities include design strategies for metropolitan regions, such as Berlin, Paris, Shanghai, the Greater Region and more recently Geneva, together with Milica Topalovic from ETH Zurich, in the context of the Consultation du Grand Genève. In 2018 he curated, together with Andrea Rumpf, the Luxembourg Pavilion for the 16th Architecture Biennial in Venice, for which he co-edited the accompanying Arch+ “The Property Issue. Ground Control and the Commons”.
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To join us please dial : https://zoom.us/j/357176150

 

https://www.cell.lu/resilience-cafes-talks/


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