ADAPTATION & MITIGATION OF CLIMATE CHANGE EFFECTS WITH THE SCOPE OF PUBLIC SPACE VALUE IMPROVEMENT
Global climate change impacts Europe in many ways, including: changes in average and extreme temperature and precipitation, warmer oceans, rising sea level and shrinking snow and ice cover on land and at sea. These have led to a range of impacts on ecosystems, socio-economic sectors and human health. The last decade was the warmest since global temperature records became available. Human influence — primarily emissions of greenhouse gases, but also changes in land use — has been the dominant cause of the observed warming since the mid-20th century. In September 2015, United Nations Member States adopted a comprehensive global development agenda: Transforming our world: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, more commonly known as the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGS). At the same time, the technological revolution that we are currently experiencing has affected every aspect of our everyday life. Rapid technological advances of our society changes with the same rapid rate that is introduce. The projects of complex architectural programs are today the subject of many curricula of architectural schools and treat alternative or experimental approaches that integrate both public (semipublic) and private spaces.
- Knowing the new sustainable connectivity phenomenon in response to the effects of climate change;
- In-depth investigation and analysis of the previous, current and future dynamics of the area which will host various experiments, and which will precede any project (case studies);
- principles to create, through design, safe and qalitative public places;
- principles of integrated design: Design of a building which considers architecture, structural engineering, thermoinsulation, passive / active solar building design and HVAC.
Target groups: Early stage researcers, PHD students, Practitioners, Trainers
- PhD. arch. Cristina Victoria Ochinciuc, Professor, University of Architecture and Urbanism „Ion Mincu”-Doctoral School of Architecture
- PhD. eng. Iolanda Colda, Professor, echnical University of Civil Engineering of Bucharest
- PhD Eng. Mihaela Georgescu, Associate Professor, University of Architecture and Urbanism „Ion Mincu”
- PhD student Stefania Trifan Teodorescu, University of Architecture and Urbanism „Ion Mincu”-Doctoral School of Architecture
Estimated time-length: 3 hrs
The fee covers the technical documents provided by the lecturers/organisers, light catering etc., but not access to the congress sessions, workshops, coffee or lunch breaks, or participant kit.