The construction industry has enormous leverage to mitigate the effects of climate change. Noticeable effects such as the scarcity of raw materials due to changing climatic conditions call for a rethinking of the responsible use and appreciation of non-renewable resources. We can and must adapt our buildings and districts to the effects of intense heat, especially in areas with high levels of sealing.
What solutions and measures are there to build and operate more resource-efficiently? How can we make better use of existing materials? What sustainable building materials can replace conventional ones? And how can we prepare our buildings for hot periods?
The DGNB's seminars on 'Building in climate change' discuss building with renewable resources such as wood and clay, the possibilities of revitalising existing buildings, and the thermal insulation and comfort of buildings.
- Bookable individually
- Digital and interactive in small group format
- Direct exchange with lecturers and participants
- Recognised as further education by the Chamber of Architects of Baden-Württemberg
After successful participation, you will receive a confirmation of participation from us. You can use this, for example, as proof for further training points at the Chamber of Architects in Baden-Württemberg.
DGNB Certification experts can use these seminars to collect further education points to obtain their licence.
Please note: As the seminars are held in German, please switch to German language settings to make a booking.