Prof. Ian Mell
Prof. Ian Mell
Professor in Environmental & Landscape Planning, SEED, University of Manchester
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Green infrastructure: concepts and planning
IC Mell
FORUM ejournal 8 (1), 69-80, 2008
Can green infrastructure promote urban sustainability?
IC Mell
Proceedings of the institution of civil engineers-engineering sustainability …, 2009
Green infrastructure: concepts, perceptions and its use in spatial planning
IC Mell
Newcastle University, 2010
Negotiating value and priorities: evaluating the demands of green infrastructure development
M Roe, I Mell
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 56 (5), 650-673, 2013
Promoting urban greening: Valuing the development of green infrastructure investments in the urban core of Manchester, UK
IC Mell, J Henneberry, S Hehl-Lange, B Keskin
Urban forestry & urban greening 12 (3), 296-306, 2013
Global green infrastructure: lessons for successful policy-making, investment and management
I Mell
Routledge, 2016
A ‘green’chameleon: Exploring the many disciplinary definitions, goals, and forms of “green infrastructure”
AM Matsler, S Meerow, IC Mell, MA Pavao-Zuckerman
Landscape and Urban Planning 214, 104145, 2021
Green infrastructure: reflections on past, present and future praxis
IC Mell
Landscape research 42 (2), 135-145, 2017
Can you tell a green field from a cold steel rail? Examining the “green” of Green Infrastructure development
IC Mell
Local Environment 18 (2), 152-166, 2013
To green or not to green: Establishing the economic value of green infrastructure investments in The Wicker, Sheffield
IC Mell, J Henneberry, S Hehl-Lange, B Keskin
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 18, 257-267, 2016
Aligning fragmented planning structures through a green infrastructure approach to urban development in the UK and USA
IC Mell
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 13 (4), 612-620, 2014
Access to nature in a post Covid-19 world: Opportunities for green infrastructure financing, distribution and equitability in urban planning
I Mell, M Whitten
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 18 (4), 1527, 2021
Strategic green infrastructure planning in Germany and the UK: A transnational evaluation of the evolution of urban greening policy and practice
I Mell, S Allin, M Reimer, J Wilker
International Planning Studies 22 (4), 333-349, 2017
Novel solutions or rebranded approaches: evaluating the use of nature-based solutions (NBS) in Europe
F O'Sullivan, I Mell, S Clement
Frontiers in Sustainable Cities 2, 572527, 2020
Progressing green infrastructure planning: understanding its scalar, temporal, geo-spatial and disciplinary evolution
I Mell, S Clement
Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal 38 (6), 449-463, 2020
Re-defining the characteristics of environmental volunteering: Creating a typology of community-scale green infrastructure
G Jerome, I Mell, D Shaw
Environmental Research 158, 399-408, 2017
The impact of austerity on funding green infrastructure: A DPSIR evaluation of the Liverpool Green & Open Space Review (LG&OSR), UK
I Mell
Land Use Policy 91, 104284, 2020
Green infrastructure planning: policy and objectives
I Mell
Handbook on green infrastructure, 105-123, 2015
Green belts: Past; present; future?
J Sturzaker, I Mell
Routledge, 2016
Financing the future of green infrastructure planning: Alternatives and opportunities in the UK
I Mell
Landscape Research 43 (6), 751-768, 2018
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