Climate protection concerns everyone. Climate change affects everyone.

Climate change, with its complex and hardly manageable consequences, presents our society with one of its greatest challenges. The 4th Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) of 2007 shows in its sub-reports that climate change is already much more advanced than previously assumed.

The effects of climate change have long been noticeable: rising temperatures, more frequent extreme weather, but also new legal regulations as well as changed expectations of customers and citizens. Those who know how they will be affected can prepare effectively for the consequences of climate change. Climate protection should start where it is most effective. Expert development of measures is important, and early involvement of stakeholders is usually advisable.

For more than 15 years, we have been working in an interdisciplinary project team consisting of engineers from the fields of life cycle assessment and sustainable energy use, GIS specialists, economists, social scientists and highly professional moderators to develop tailor-made solutions for dealing with climate change and its consequences for municipalities and companies, if necessary also in cooperation with designated partners.

We offer:

  •     Development of concrete ideas for measures
  •     Evaluation of climate protection effects
  •     Reduction of greenhouse gases, through renovation of existing buildings
  •     Climate protection concepts
  •     Climate adaptation concepts
  •     Moderation of cooperation processes
  •     Support for stakeholder involvement and citizen participation

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