Stacking Green Infrastructure Benefits: A Spatial Multi-Criteria Approach to Green Infrastructure Planning in Seattle, Washington

Lau, Kai Ying.


  • Abstract: Green infrastructure, defined as any greenery within urban areas, provide a myriad of benefits and services to improve the quality of life for residents. This multi-functionality makes it popular as a sustainable development tool. However, green infrastructure is mainly used or defined as low-impact development technology to mitigate stormwater runoff. Research indicates that there is a ... read more
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