Call for Nominations for the 2020 Scandinavian Green Roof Award The Scandinavian Green Roof Award, originally an initiative of The City of Malmö, has annually awarded the best green roof projects in Scandinavia since the award’s inception in 2001. The award is administered and presented SGIA. Read more Last year’s finalists

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Green Roof Award 2019 Event Postponed due to covid-19. Further information will be posted in the future. PITCHES (from 13:00) Climate adaptation and urban planning Jonas Vevatne from Statsbygg Urban Layers Stina Linder from Ekologigruppen Green walls – status, opportunities and challenges Torben Hoffmann from Byggros A/S award ceremony (FROM 15:00) Presentation of the three…

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NEWS The winner of The Scandinavian Green Roof Award 2019 is Fonden Amager Bakke and Amager Resource Center for their project Copenhill rooftop park in Copenhagen, Denmark. Award ceremony Announcement video The Copenhill rooftop park is a new type of ambitious roof based park combining a strong focus on recreation with ecological and biological values.…

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Call for Nominations for the 2019 Scandinavian Green Roof Award The Scandinavian Green Roof Award, originally an initiative of The City of Malmö, has annually awarded the best green roof projects in Scandinavia since the prize’s inception in 2001. The prize is administered and presented by The Scandinavian Green Infrastructure Association. Read more about the…

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We welcome you to a conference in Malmoe, Sweden on June 13-14, 2019, open for an exchange of thoughts, highlighting results, tools, and mindset when it comes to tackle the challenges in managing urban flooding. CITIES, RAIN AND RISK will present results from four innovative research projects (The INXCES project, The MUFFIN project, The SUrF…

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NEWS The winner of The Scandinavian Green Roof Award 2018 is TA Companies Ltd (TA-yhtiöt) for their project The Greenest of the Green in Helsinki, Finland. The Greenest of the Green is a residential building with 121 apartments and a total of 2256 m2 of green roofs and rooftop courtyards. The greenery consists of six different…

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(Course in Swedish) Welcome to the course Green Blue Black Gray, which focuses on the increasingly important blue-green infrastructure in our dense cities. What are system solutions? How can they best benefit ecosystem services, climate change and at the same time become more sustainable in terms of water consumption, filtration and society’s phosphorous use? Throughout…

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The Scandinavian Green Roof Award, originally an initiative of The City of Malmö, has been awarded annually to the best green roof project in Scandinavia since the prize’s inception in 2001. The prize is a collaboration between the Scandinavian Green Infrastructure Association, E.ON and the Department of Internal Services in The City of Malmö. Photo:…

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