Look at the photos in the gallery of how the car park was completed on Karulaugu Road, where a sustainable stormwater solution model area was built within the LIFE UrbanStorm project. The aim of the demonstration area is to create a stormwater system close to nature, which reduces the rapid entry of stormwater into sewers and thus prevents flooding.
In the course of the LIFE UrbanStorm project, sustainable rainwater solutions were built in Viimsi in two test areas - Viimsi manor park and Randvere tee car park, which help to reduce the rapid entry of rainwater into the sewerage system and thus prevent flooding. The results of the project show how such solutions improve urban space by being more attractive and flexible in adapting to climate change than the [...]
A virtual round table of the project LIFE UrbanStorm will take place on 20 November. The round table starts at 10 AM EET and finishes approximately at noon. At the round table we will present the results achieved in the project during the last year: Methodology for Tallinn city stormwater taxing system Main findings of the study visits (Copenhagen / Malmö and Helsinki) Tallinn City Sustainable Energy and Climate Change [...]