What possible innovations can a changed climate generate for the real estate and construction sector, with regard to: heat, torrential rain and floods?

That climate change is a fact and means new trials for our society. More precipitation, increased temperature and increased risk of flooding are what awaits. How much society will be affected depends on how much the climate changes, but also on how prepared we are to meet the challenge of a changing climate. It is now that we have the opportunity to develop the solutions of the future for society's challenges and be the first to launch them. Does a climate change need only have negative consequences? Can a changed climate be seen as an engine for innovations, technological development and new collaboration processes?

What kinds of innovations can a changing climate generator for real estate and construction sectors, with respect to: heat, torrential rain and flooding?

The fact that the climate is changing is a fact and involves new trials for our society. More precipitation, increased temperature and increased risk of flooding is what awaits. How much society will be affected depends on how much the climate changes, but also on how prepared we are to meet the challenge that a changed climate entails. It is now we have the opportunity to develop future solutions for society's challenges and become the first to launch them. Does a Changed Climate Only Have Negative Impacts? Can a changed climate be seen as an engine for innovations, technology development and new collaboration processes?

Vilka möjliga innovationer kan ett förändrat klimat generera för fastighets- och byggsektorn, med avseende på: värme, skyfall och översvämningar?

Att klimatet förändras är ett faktum och innebär nya prövningar för vårt samhälle. Mer nederbörd, ökad temperatur och ökad risk för översvämningar är vad som väntar. Hur mycket samhället kommer att påverkas beror på hur mycket klimatet förändras, men också på hur förberedda vi är på att möta den utmaning som ett förändrat klimat innebär. Det är nu vi har möjlighet att utveckla framtidens lösningar för samhällets utmaningar och bli först med att lansera dem. Behöver ett förändrat klimat bara få negativa konsekvenser? Kan ett förändrat klimat ses som motor för innovationer, teknikutveckling och nya samverkansprocesser?





Collection of ideas

Showroom for good climate adaptation solutions

Physical and virtual environments with practical applicability

Provide added value by design, illustrate and visualize solutions and thereby demonstrate the usefulness for accommodation, local contractors, property developers.

Best practices and innovations
View on the usefulness and importance of multifunction tv spread knowledge
Identity-building and community-based solutions

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Testarena för klimatanpassat byggande kvadrupelhelix

En arena där klimatanpassade lösningar ges en möjlighet att testas. Material, byggkonstruktioner, beteendemönster etc. Kvadruppelhelix finansierad och organiserad: akademi, näringsliv, offentlig sektor och civilsamhället. Tanken är att skapa möjlighet för brukarna att utforska och experimentera och därefter testa sina idéer, att skapa en miljö som möjliggör verksamheter att utveckla och utvärdera sina innovationer inom en forskningsmiljö. Arenans mål är att det genereras nya hållbara lösningar för att hantera värme, skyfall och översvämningar.

Vilka av er vill vara med?

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Sustainable architecture

Involvement of the architect in the entire construction process, so that the building design will get a longer life, less maintenance and need less energy use (cold, heat, electricity). They must think rugged buildings that can withstand heat waves (i.e. not overheated housing), köldknäppar (i.e. good buildings with low power consumption that resists downpours with elaborate storm water management.

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Solar energy

The basic idea is to use solar energy more extensively in the creation of buildings. There should be a requirement to use solar energy, among other things, through solar facades, solar collectors. Energy can also be stored.

What is solar energy used for: Cooling
Windows with thin-film (solar cells)
solar parking
water heating the water used in the home
battery warehouse
electric vehicles

Incentives in innovationskonkretiseringen by the use of solar energy: contests, grants, etc.

Innovation (solar energy) in combination with architectural aesthetics.

The challenge in the option: change the rules because of tax and badly paid,
Regulations on energy production in the Sun.

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Organic Buildings

Architecture based on nature, breathable airways/passageways, they should be like organisms. Encouraged to be built by best environmental practices.

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