to the Research Group Applied Landscape Ecology and Ecological Planning
The Applied Landscape Ecology/Ecological Planning working group (AG Buttschardt) researches the effects of human ways of life and land use on the natural and landscape environments and how these can be designed to achieve a regenerative development of landscapes. We assume that landscapes are the spatial representation of socio-ecological systems that can only be fully understood in an interdisciplinary approach. In order to take into account the applied aspect of ecological planning, our research is increasingly transdisciplinary and explicitly includes the noosphere. We therefore cooperate with interdisciplinary centres (e.g. the ZIN or the Brazil Centre), other Universities (e.g. Münster University of Applied Sciences) and practitioners (see links). Our work focuses on Integrated Natural Resources Management, Limnology/River restauration and Agroecology.
CAMPUS EARTH 2022 - The WWU Sustainability Day
20 October 2022, 09.30 - 20.00 hrs.
In and around the Fürstenberghaus (Domplatz 20 - 22) and Philosophikum (Domplatz 23)
With "CAMPUS EARTH 2022", the WWU is hosting its first Sustainability Day on Thursday, 20 October. The day of action will take place in the premises and outdoor areas of the Fürstenberghaus and Philosophikum and will focus on global, social and intergenerational resource justice. The public is invited to come to the university and engage in exchange with experts. Participation in the programme is free of charge, registration is not required.
The AG ÖKOPLAN is participating in the Sustainability Day with several offers. In addition, the ZIN and the Stadtlabor Münster will be presenting themselves. We from AG ÖKOPLAN are also active here.