Flagship Project: Closing Event at Lake Tegernsee
Climate protection and the adaptation to the changing climate
Climate protection and the adaptation to the changing climate are among the largest challenges for society. In Bavaria, this affects two tightly interwoven sectors, the tourism industry and the traffic sector. For these sectors, the bifa Environmental Institute and the LMU Munich joined with more than 50 stakeholders residing in the city of Nuremberg and the Lake Tegernsee Valley. Jointly, they developed actionable climate adaptation measures and introduced them to the public.
We advanced two projects for the Lake Tegernsee Valley. In the feed 'Always a Suitable Idea', appear up-to-date digital offers for tourists for every weather, every age, and every interest. These offers include travel plans, which are as climate-neutral as possible. It is the objective of the mobility project 'Fahr M.i.T.' (= mobile in the valley) to close the first or the last link in a mobility chain to the vacation spot or home from a transportation stop respectively.
In the project pursued by the city or Nuremburg, the objective is to include more outdoor activities and more transportation using bicycles. The planners came up with a vision for their 'Bergstraße 2030' [Mountain Road 2030] project. The route consists of a cool green path across the historic town for citizens and tourists.
You find further information in the brochure 'Flagship Project Climate Adaptation - Mobility and Tourism in Times of Climate Change in the City of Nuremberg and in the Lake Tegernsee Valley'. You may download the brochure free of charge at www.bifa.de.