Weltklimakonferenz der Vereinten Nationen - COP25

Weltklimakonferenz der Vereinten Nationen – COP25

Vom 2. bis zum 13. Dezember 2019 fand in Madrid die 25. Weltklimakonferenz (COP 25) statt. Zielsetzung war es, die teilnehmenden Entscheidungsträger für die Bedeutung einer nachhaltigen Bauweise im Kontext des Klimaschutzes stärker zu sensibilisieren und aufzuzeigen, wie dies in der Praxis umsetzbar ist.

Als Europas größtes Netzwerk für nachhaltiges Bauen war die DGNB bei der COP25 mit folgenden Programmpunkten vertreten.



Programm mit DGNB

Mittwoch, 11. Dezember 2019

Roundtable Discussion: Building Circularity: Rent your Façade! Lead by: World Green Building Council

Novotel Madrid Campo de las Naciones,
Calle de Ámsterdam, 3
28042 Madrid

14:10 - 15:10 Uhr

Circularity in the building sector will only have impact if the materials used in a building can be considered as raw material for new industrial processes. This process is only feasible if: 1. The process of circularity is not downscaling the quality of the materials. 2. The origin of the product or system is known. Who delivered the building material? 3. The concept of “building systems and products as a service” can be turned in a strong business model. The first requirement is a technological problem and shouldn’t be the main topic to be discussed. The second requirement is a management problem that can be solved with the building material passport. The main topic to me discussed and that still requires quite a lot of research and innovation is the third one: how do we create business with materials and building systems that are “rented” or “leased” during a period to offer a service and that after that period is returned to its origin (=manufacturer) to be decomposed and recycled? We already know this system with elevators, with lighting and with office equipment, but what happens if we apply this to façades or installations? How can we own an apartment but with a façade you rent during 10 years to assure heat and light conditions? This debate should be done between finance, real estate, manufacturers and assurance companies.

Speaker: Dr. Christine Lemaitre, CEO, German Sustainable Building Council.

Donnerstag, 12. Dezember 2019


Impact Hub Piamonte,
Calle Piamonte, 23
28004 Madrid

The challenges of the building sector to reach total decarbonization
Luis Irastorza, Vice-Chair GBCe

Indicators Circular Economy – How to measure circularity?

Anna Manyes, Member Executive Comité GBCe and coordinator of the Report on Indicators Circular Economy in the Building sector

CONCLUSIONS #ERESEE2020 Process of Public Consultation of the National Strategy on Rehabilitation

Dolores Huerta, Technical Secretary GBCe

CLIMATE POSITIVE BUILDINGS: Introduction to the Spanish market

Dr. Christine Lemaitre, CEO DGNB


Bruno Sauer, CEO GBCe Christine Lemaitre, CEO DGNB


Learn more on www.buildingsensenow.com

19:15 Social responsible Architecture
Felix Lupatsch / Architect / feat.collective. 

Keynote: Architecture as an instrument for improving life

Anna Heringer / Architect / Studio Anna Heringer
20:00 Networking and Drinks

Freitag, 13. Dezember 2019

Implementing low-carbon policies in the buildings sector: hurdles and ways forward

EU Pavilion, Room Helsinki

10:30 - 12:00 Uhr

Organisers: Navigant; Regional Center for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (RCREEE)

Speakers: Andreas Hermelink, Director, Navigant; Sven Schimschar, Associate Director, Navigant; Rani Al Achkar, Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC); Maha Abu Mwais, Royal Scientific Society Jordan, Climate Change Division; Christine Lemaitre, DGNB / German Sustainable Building Council (CEO); Daouda Ben Oumar Ndiaye, Islamic Development Bank; Nerdeen Khalil, Worldbank; Dave Turk, International Energy Agency (Head of Strategic Initiatives Office); HuMin HU, K-CEP

Implementing low-carbon policies in the buildings sector: hurdles and ways forward

One of the main tasks faced by the international climate community is bridging the gap between overarching goals, such as those set by the Paris Agreement and NDCs, and concrete action that ensures these goals are met. The very nature of the buildings sector – with decentralized decision-making for investments – is one of the most challenging in terms of getting from targets to implementation. In this context we have concrete examples to draw from and to engage our local partners and government representatives in the session. Countries of ongoing activities include, Turkey, Jordan, Lebanon and Egypt. The session will look at tangible results from a large-scale survey on barriers to investments in energy efficiency in heating and cooling in the MENA region and will open the floor for recommendations on how these barriers can be overcome.

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