Town and Country Planning May 2019 Special Guest edition Mainstreaming Green Infrastructure in the Planning System
20 May 2019
This Special Issue of Town & Country Planning focuses on improving the mainstreaming of green infrastructure in the planning system. It comprises an exciting mix of academic, policy and practice articlesthat collectively signpost how green infrastructurecan be better configured, communicated and employed to deliver better place-making and placekeepingprocesses and outcomes, moving outsideits traditional environmental silo to infiltrate economic, social and health agendas.
Using case studies from around the world, this special edition of our monthly journal explores academic, policy and practice articles to signpost how green infrastructure can be better configured, communicated and employed to deliver responsible placemaking.
This edition looks at the reasons why the movement towards widespread green infrastructure has stalled and how we might start to address these fundamental weaknesses through the planning system.
Editorial (video under construction)
NERC funded GI research
Practice based GI approaches
Having read the papers please feel free to comment and in particualr submit your own experience in mainstremaing GI aonymously through my portal https://mainstreaminggreeninfrastructure.com/call-for-evidence.php