Integrated Urban Grey and Green Infrastructures
This special issue, ‘Integrated Urban Grey and Green Infrastructures’, of Landscape Review contributes to the advancement of conceptual and scientific methodologies of grey and green integrative studies at multiple spatial scales. It addresses international research communities and practitioners in the fields of urban ecology, environmental planning, landscape architecture, urban design, architecture, geography, urban sociology and traffic engineering. The issue explores – through case studies – how infrastructure research and practice are being advanced in Australasian cities. The papers in this special issue were presented and discussed at the first Integrated Urban Grey + Green Infrastructure symposium held at the School of Landscape Architecture at Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand, in November 2016. The symposium gathered experts from various disciplines to discuss advances in infrastructure design, planning and management in support of healthier and more resilient cities in the context of significant environmental events and changes. The symposium was convened by chairs Andreas Wesener, Wendy McWilliam and Silvia Tavares. Janis Birkeland – author of Positive Development (2008) and Design for Sustainability (2012) – was the invited keynote speaker.... [Show full abstract]
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CitationWesener, A., McWilliam, W., Tavares, S., & Birkeland, J. (2017). Integrated Urban Grey and Green Infrastructures. Landscape Review, 17(2).
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