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SFG Anniversary Conference “Green City of the Future”
We will tackle things together and design our grandchild-friendly city of the future!
The green infrastructure and green buildings in particular are of great importance and are enjoying increasing popularity. Their ecosystem services such as evaporative cooling, shading and meteoric water retention have a regulating effect during heat waves or heavy rainfall. They help us to tackle current and future challenges such as biodiversity promotion, urban heat islands, air and quality of life and to actively shape the green city of the future.
The speakers are:
Raphael Lanz (Mayor of Thun) • Gunter Mann (President and Managing Director of BuGG) • Claudia Moll (Deputy Head of Landscape Policy Section, Federal Office for the Environment FOEN) • Conrad Amber (nature-oriented author, consultant, photographer, Dornbirn A) • Manfred Köhler (President of WGIN) • Markus Weibel (Head of Urban Green Thun) • Elisabeth Gruchmann (General Secretary EFB) • Jürg Grossen (National Council, President Green Liberals and swissolar President) • Martin Vinzens (Head of Settlement and Landscape Section, Federal Office for Spatial Development ARE) • Erich Steiner (Managing Director SFG) •
Moritz Burger (PhD student in climate sciences, University of Bern) • Hanspeter Latour (former football coach and author with a heart for biodiversity) • Nathalie Baumann (lecturer and consultant for the green space development research group, INUR, ZHAW) • Anke Domschky (lecturer in open space planning, Urban Landscape Institute, Dept A. ZHAW) • Christoph Harlacher (Deputy President SFG) • Daniel Bärtschi (Head of Agriculture and Food at Quantis Switzerland, President Agricultura Regeneratio and author) • Nicolas Disch (Project Manager Grün Stadt Zürich) •
Gerold Steinbauer (President VfB/GRÜNSTATTGRAU) • Stefan Herfort (Head of Nature and Landscape Conservation, City of Lucerne) • Dusty Gedge (President EFB) •
Herbert Zaugg (Head of Development and Acquisition, Halter AG Developments) • Stefan Oberholzer (Head of the SFOE photovoltaics research program, Swiss Federal Office of Energy SFOE)
Géraldine Siegenthaler (NousProd)
Beat Kohler (Canton Bern Councilor and senior editor of the trade journal “Renewable Energies”)