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Ecoroofs in Portland, Oregon, USA

Authors: Noelwah R. Netusil and Ben Thomas, Reed College (Portland, Oregon). Portland, Oregon, USA was identified as an international leader in the Blue-Green Futures questionnaire that explored the perceived benefits, beneficiaries, multifunctionality and challenges of planning and delivering Blue-Green infrastructure (see our earlier blog). Portland has relied heavily on green infrastructure (GI) projects, such as …

Assessing subconscious (implicit) perceptions of Blue-Green infrastructure

Behaviour has been shown to be predicted by a combination of implicit (subconscious) and explicit (conscious) attitudes and perceptions. Explicit perceptions can be captured through techniques such as questionnaires, interviews, and stated preference tests, that ask respondents to report their attitudes and beliefs. But how can we measure our implicit perceptions, those that are rooted …

Who are the international leaders in Blue-Green infrastructure?

As the multiple co-benefits of Blue-Green infrastructure become more widely recognised and acknowledged, more and more cities are incorporating these approaches into their strategies to tackle environmental and social challenges. Emily O’Donnell explores further in this blog. Multiple co-benefits of Blue-Green infrastructure As an example, the Ningbo (China) Eco-Corridor project (led by the Ningbo Planning …

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Developing new Blue-Green futures: multifunctional infrastructure to address water challenges

An exciting new international research project led by the University of Nottingham will focus on developing new Blue-Green futures for cities, where multifunctional infrastructure is used to address water challenges. This research is funded by the British Academy’s Tackling the UK’s International Challenges programme (January 2019 to July 2020). Emily O’Donnell gives a short introduction …

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