The landscape of Groningen is a special landscape: rich and ancient. In this oldest cultural landscape in Western Europe, countless changes are to be expected. Much is related to our changing climate. Summers become drier and hotter, winters become wetter. The sealevel is rising, groundwater is falling and the earth is trembling.

Doing nothing is not an option. We need to get in action. But how do we design our landscape in such a way that we adapt to climate change, and also enrich the resilience and beauty of the city and landscape? And how do we reach solutions that do justice to that centuries-old landscape and offer new prospects to everyone living, working or doing business in Groningen?