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Assessing the benefits of blue-green infrastructure - Case Study

last modified Nov 16, 2016 04:43 PM
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Assessing the benefits of blue-green infrastructure  - Case Study

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Dr Dick Fenner, a Reader in Engineering Sustainability at the University of Cambridge’s Engineering Department, is s a member of a consortium led by the University of Nottingham. Dr Fenner is helping to analyse the benefits of blue-green infrastructure, which can help prevent flooding while providing environmental, socio-cultural, economic and ecological benefits to the population. By working with stakeholders throughout their programme of work, the team have already secured a commitment from Newcastle City Council to implement a blue-green infrastructure approach.

See: http://www.iph.cam.ac.uk/blog/assessing-benefits-blue-green-infrastructure/

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