Co-creating urban green infrastructure connecting people and nature: A guiding framework and approach

Volume: 233, Pages: 757 - 767
Published: Mar 1, 2019
Abstract
Urban green infrastructure (UGI) and nature-based solutions are increasingly recognized as instruments to address urban sustainability challenges, yet rely on a good understanding of complex social-ecological system (SES) to function adequately. Adaptive co-management (ACM), engaging a broad variety of stakeholders in collaborative learning, is an effective strategy to improve the resilience of a SES. However, ACM studies have been criticized...
Paper Details
Title
Co-creating urban green infrastructure connecting people and nature: A guiding framework and approach
Published Date
Mar 1, 2019
Volume
233
Pages
757 - 767
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