Malmö kanotklubb

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Malmö

Malmö kanotklubb

Green Roof

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Malmö kanotklubb
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I Malmö Kanotklubbs lokal förenas praktiska, funktionella aspekter med estetiska och miljövänliga. Byggnaden var den första i staden som fick ett så kallat ”grönt tak”. Ett grönt tak är täckt av växter och gynnar den biologiska mångfalden. Gröna tak har många fördelar, exempelvis sparar de energi för uppvärmning och kylning, minskar buller, tar upp regnvatten samt fungerar som miljöer där djur och växter kan trivas så att den biologiska mångfalden gynnas.
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The Malmö canoe club building was the first in the city to get a so called “green roof”. A green roof is covered with plants which benefits the biodiversity by serving as a home for plants and animals. Green roofs have many other advantages, like saving energy for heating and cooling, lower the levels of noise and detaining storm water.

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