Today I gave a presentation for the Environmental evening about “Green areas in city”
Place: Stammen cafe, Trondheim, Norway
Among the presenter were Ole Reitan from ABC Natur (a presentation about the importance of having a diversity in green urban areas) and Erik Brenna from Bioveier i byen (a presentation about how to construct a wildlife friendly garden and about the work Bioveier i byen does in Trondheim).
Organizers: Naturmangfoldgruppen i Naturvernforbundet i Trondheim (from Norwegian: Nature biodiversity group in Nature Conservation Association in Trondheim) and Bioveier i byen (from Norwegian: Bio ways in city).
Nice big roof on the roof of KLP Bygget which is part of Barcode project! View to the construction site and sea. Green roof producers is Vital Vekst AS. My study part was small extensive part of the roof, which … Continue reading →
An extensive green roof on the kindergarten is not visible from the kindergarten. However, people which live in buildings can look at it from windows. More Sedum vegetation around are around inspection box. Lichens, mosses and Sedums. Link to kindergarten … Continue reading →
A nice project on the roof of kindergarten, the green roof is visible from second floor of kindergarten. This roof is example of soil loss. This is why it is important to check and maintain the vegetation on the extensive … Continue reading →
Extensive green roof is located in a new district Sørenga. The roof has a terrace for people living in the building and and some Sedum roof also on the top of the building. Sedum album, Sedum acre and Phedimus spurius … Continue reading →
It is the oldest roof which I have visited in Oslo. The green roof has been installed in 2002. It has made by Reiersøl Planteskole AS, Norway. It was a real challenge to find which company installed the green roof. … Continue reading →
This is also an extensive green roof in Pilestredet Park. The roof is different from most of roofs, because it is a lot of shade, because of the big ventilation pipes on the roof. Of course pipes limited my study … Continue reading →