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GI4RAQ Pathfinder Outputs

Levine, James and MacKenzie, Rob
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The University of Birmingham's Institute of Forest Research (BIFoR) is developing a 'GI4RAQ' platform to predict quantitatively the impact of strategic green infrastructure (GI) on roadside air quality (RAQ) at planning. Available to download here are three outputs (four files) from the NERC Innovation Pathfinder project (ref. NE/S00582X/1), in which James Levine and Rob MacKenzie scoped the development of this platform: GI4RAQ Synthesis Report (.pdf) and Appendix (.pdf); GI4RAQ Platform Prototype (.pps); and GI4RAQ Market Assessment (.pdf) BIFoR is developing this platform as part of its mission to highlight the role for trees in sustainable living on a planet with finite resources. For further information, please contact James Levine (email: j.g.levine@bham.ac.uk).

Date :2018 (Submission)
Faculty :
Colleges (2008 onwards) > College of Life & Environmental Sciences
Department :School of Geography Earth and Environmental Sciences, Birmingham Institute of Forest Research
Subjects : G Geography (General)
ID Code :3129
Submitted :30 Jul 2018 12:53
Last Modified :13 Sep 2018 11:25

Date:30 July 2018

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