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» 30.10.2014 | The significance of green roofs on biodiversity |
Daniel Kellenberger to speak at ZHAW

New uses
What will roofs look like in the future? How will green roofs evolve as new ways to use roof surfaces are being developed ranging from gardening, solar energy generation, grey water treatment and reed beds to beekeeping and fish breeding. At the same time, the quality and environmental impact of the materials used needs to be assessed and frameworks and standards need to be adapted to changing conditions and real-life findings.

Roofs with view to the conservation of species
Daniel Kellenberger and the research group for green roofs at Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW) will give a lecture on the Swiss sustainable building standard, focussing on biodiversity and highlighting the significance of green roofs with view to the conservation of species.

For more information, please contact Daniel Kellenberger (+41 43 488 38 90).