Informationssystem Built Environment

Questions of materiality and resilience of the built environment continue to gain social importance in the context of discussions on resource and climate protection. However, knowledge about the materiality of buildings is still very patchy. Furthermore, the advancing climate change and the increasing weather-related extreme events lead to a growing social relevance of the vulnerability of the building stock. Both resource policy questions in the context of resource conservation, circularity and climate neutrality and resilience-related questions in the context of the analysis and assessment of environmental risks (flooding, summer heat) need to be answered.

The building data required to answer these relevant questions are brought together in the "Information System Built Environment (ISBE)", structurally coordinated with each other, systematically managed and further developed.

The "Information System Built Environment (ISBE)" provides empirical data bases on the materiality and resilience of the built environment and is an important transfer instrument that makes relevant data and information available online and for download to actors from civil society, politics, regional and urban development, from the construction, raw materials, waste and recycling industries and from science.

The Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development is jointly funded by the federal government and the federal states.

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This measure is co-financed by tax funds on the basis of the budget approved by the Saxon State Parliament.