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Presentations & Lectures of M.Sc. Florian Klopfer


Klopfer, F. & Gruehn, D. (2022): “Climate (In-)Justice in German Cities? Assessing the Relationship between Land Surface Temperature and Affordability of Housing”. Presentation, ISUF 2022 “Urban Redevelopment and Revitalisation. A Multidisciplinary Perspective”, 6-11 September 2022, in Łódź/Kraków (Poland) and online

Klopfer, F. (2022): "From geography to spatial planning", lecture, knowledge fair and discussion in the context of the event "Geography in different professional fields", University of Heidelberg, 15.07.2022.

Klopfer, F. & Leber, J. (2021): „Developing Ideas for an Open Pit Rim Site in the Rhenish Coal Mining Area”. Vortrag und Workshop am 01.12.2021 im Rahmen des Besuchs Studierender von der Universität Mosul, (TU Dortmund).

Klopfer, F. & Leber, J. (2021): "Environmental Site Planning Workshop. Case Study on an Open Pit Rim in the Rhenish Coal Mining Area". Presentation and workshop (September 23rd 2021) during the DAAD summer school "Hochschulpartnerschaften mit Irak", (TU Dortmund University).

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