Grønne tak forskning i Norge
Norsk forening for grønne tak (NFGT) er kjent med at Norges miljø- og biovitenskapelige universitet (NMBU) og Statsbygg planlegger og skal bygge nye lokaler til bl.a. Veterinærinstituttet. Foreløpig er det besluttet at det skal bygges med ca. 17000 m2 grønne tak (sedum). Et spørsmål er om NMBU burde benytte anledningen til å etablere takflater til forskning om grønne tak. NOU 2010: 10, Tilpassing til eit klima i endring (s.17), konkluderer at kunnskap (om overvann i byer) må styrkes gjennom kartlegging, overvåking og forskning.

Undersøkelsen ønskes besvart primært av interessenter i Norge som bør bli hørt i forbindelse med vurdering om det skal legges til rette for forskning om grønne tak på det nye bygget på Campus Ås. Spørsmålene i undersøkelsen er på Engelsk slik at de kan brukes om igjen i utlandet. Besvarelser kan gjerne skrives på Norsk. NFGT takker for din deltakelse i undersøkelsen.

1. What type of organisation or interest group do you represent?
(Please choose one answer that best describes your organisation)
2. Please state the name of the organization or interest group you are responding from.
(Please answer in Norwegian or English)
Your answer
3. What is your name, and your role in the organization you are responding from?
(Please answer in Norwegian or English)
Your answer
4. Please rate the importance of conducting research in Norway on various green roof types.
(Rate importance on a range of 1 to 6, where 1 is least important and 6 is most important.)
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Extensive green roofs (for example, sedum)
Semi-intensive green roofs
Intensive green roofs
5. Green roof research can focus on a range of themes. Please rate the importance of research in Norway on the following themes.
(Rate importance on a range of 1 to 6, where 1 is least important and 6 is most important.)
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Precipitation runoff, storm-water management and water quality
Performance of green roofs in arctic climates
Vegetation and substrate components
Biodiversity and ecosystem services
Mitigation of sound and air pollution, CO2 sequestration
Technological solutions for membranes, drainage layers etc.
Esthetics, utility
Thermal effects (insulation properties, heat island effect, pre-cooling of intake for air-conditioning)
Urban agriculture, circular economy, materials recycling
Safety (fire, personal safety etc.)
6. Green roof research is dependent on accessibility to the roof areas where research is conducted. Please rate the importance of providing roof access for different user groups.
Not important
Slightly important
Very important
Salaried researchers
Student researchers
Other students
Academic faculty members
Study tours
Public or private stakeholders (city, regional or state authorities, suppliers or manufacturers)
Other (specify in comment to the last survey question)
7. What form(s) of collaboration do you envision arising if green roof research will be carried out at NMBU?
Unlikely
Somewhat likely
Very likely
Only NMBU and its associated institutes are involved in research
Collaboration with other Norwegian research and education actors
Collaboration with Nordic and international research and education actors
Collaboration with other public sector actors (cities, regions or national government)
Collaboration with private sector actors (suppliers, manufacturers, NGOs)
8. Do you believe extra building costs related to preparing for green roof research on the new Veterinary building at NMBU could be financed by external actors? If so, please share your ideas with us.
Your answer
9. Green roof research requires roof areas and other facilities. How important would you say it is to establish the following provisions AT THE ROOF LOCATION?
Not important
Somewhat important
Very important
Water supply for irrigation
Electricity supply for instrumentation, communication etc.
Saftey rails or other safeguards against falls
Office space, meeting rooms
Extra fire safety measures
Other (specify in comment to the last survey question)
10. Green roof research is often conducted over a time frame of many years. What time frame should green roof research at NMBU plan for if roof surfaces for research are established?
11. If you answered "other" to question 6 (provision of roof access) or to question 9 (provisions for research facilities), please elaborate your response(s).
(What other user groups or physical provisions should be considered when planning the research facilities?)
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12. If you are receptive to being contacted regarding eventual follow-up questions to this survey, please provide your contact information.
(E-mail, telephone number etc. Contact information will not be distributed for other uses!)
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Thank you very much for your participation! Your responses will be conveyed to relevant actors at NMBU and to the Campus Ås project management at Statsbygg. Please feel free to copy the contents of this survey for use in other places and situations.
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