Exposure to green landscape elements benefits human health in many ways. Urban green space is also recognized as an important adaptation response to predicted changes in climate. To maximize the impacts of urban greening on our cities, planners and designers need evidence-based guidance to design and retrofit urban green spaces that maximize co-benefits for both human health and climate resilience.
Green Design for Climate Resilience & Well-being
28 October 2021
Fraser Health, Providence Health Care, Provincial Health Services Authority, Vancouver Coastal Health,
Adaptation, Climate, Resilience,
Exploring the connection between Healthy Built Environment Linkages and LEED
This document aims to explore the connection between the Healthy Built Environment Linkages Toolkit and ...
Low Carbon Resilience and Environmental Sustainability Guidelines for Health-care New Construction