A conversation with Dr. Andreas Matzinger about heat islands in the city, the greening of building roofs and the question of how skilful water management can improve the quality of life in the city despite climate change.
OgRe – Relevance of Trace Organic Substances in Berlin’s Stomwater Runoff
Supporting Berlin's strategy related to the reduction of trace organic contaminants by describing a first set of locally relevant substances occurring in stormwater runoff and estimating their annual loads
P-Pot – Phosphorus Potentials in the Berlin Region
Developing strategies for sustainable phosphorous use based on a regional material flow analysis
It is a matter of fact that phosphorus is irreplaceable as a nutrient and basis of life, but it turns out that his perceived unlimited resource is in fact limited. Consequently, the sustainable use of phosphorus is increasingly being considered, both on an international and national level.
In addition to research initiatives relating to phosphorus recovery methods, material flow analyses provide an important basis for the development of…