By analyzing the specific geographic situation and local wind conditions, the influence of future buildings on city ventilation can be calculated and simulated.
The supply with fresh, cool air is of great significance also because of climate change and the increased warming of cities. Weatherpark works closely together with cities resp. urban planners to advise them meteorologically in urban development.
In order to create even more awareness of the necessity of climate change adaptation in Austria’s municipalities and cities and to subsequently support them in the implementation of climate change adaptation measures, Weatherpark is an active part of the non-profit initiative KlimaKonkret. As the first major campaign, the initiative sent out thousands of KlimaKonkret plans. Using the example of a prototypical Austrian community, these show how climate-friendly design can succeed.
For cities, the supply with fresh air is of great importance. As new urban areas or buildings can block cold air flows, more and more towns are interested in their local microclimate and its best possible preservation in order to avoid this. Weatherpark looks into the specific geographic situation and urban microclimate so that the influence of future buildings can be calculated and simulated.