The exhibition ‘Luxembourg in Transition: Visions for a Desirable Futures’ opened on 1st July 2023 at LUCA.
The exhibition is based on the international consultation Luxembourg in Transition, carried out under the patronage of the Department of Spatial Planning, Ministry of Energy and Spatial Planning. For two years, ten international and multidisciplinary teams worked to develop visions and metrics to achieve the decarbonisation of Luxembourg and its crossborder functional area and create a more resilient territory.
The aim of this exhibition is to make the results of the work of the four finalist teams accessible to a wide audience and to show the extent of the challenge of decarbonising Luxembourg’s territory, but also that more sustainable future scenarios may be the most desirable.
The team of researchers from the DGEO, led by Florian Hertweck took part in the exhibition.
Among the ten international teams that have participated in this international consultation ‘Luxembourg in Transition’, the project consortium led by the University of Luxembourg included researchers, planners and practitioners from the Department of Geography and Spatial Planning, Department of Engineering (UL), Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST), Centre for Ecological Learning Luxembourg (CELL), Institut fir Biologësch Landwirtschaft an Agrarkultur Luxemburg (IBLA) and Office for Landscape Morphology (OLM).
More information about the exposition.
More information about ‘Luxembourg in Transition‘.
Contact: Florian Hertweck