To assess the direct (short-term) and indirect (medium to long-term) impacts of nature-based solutions (NBS) and strategies on urban heat and air quality, flooding and water quality, biodiversity, and sprawl, gentrification and real-estate valuation, UNaLab develops the systemic decision support tool (SDST) that integrates and builds upon data and information from disciplinary component models into a spatially-explicit framework at the landscape scale (see Figure 1). The SDST will be used in the front-runner cities Tampere (Finland), Eindhoven (The Netherlands) and Genova (Italy) to assess the

Peter Roebeling

  • University of Aveiro

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement No. 730052 Topic: SCC-2-2016-2017: Smart Cities and Communities Nature based solutions