Member

Charlotte Hardy, Building Research Establishment (BRE)

UK-GBC Member

Company Name:
Building Research Establishment (BRE)

Job Title:
Sustainability Consultant

BREEAM Public Sector lead

Resources

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Study on Green roof application in Hong Kong

Guidance and industry reports

The environmental, social and visual contributions that green roofs can make towards creating sustainable living in high-density cities are accepted worldwide. Read more…

Green Infrastructure Audit: Best Practice Guide

Guidance and industry reports, Measurement & reporting tools

In 2010, the Victoria Business Improvement District (Victoria BID) undertook a ground breaking Green Infrastructure Audit. At the time our intentions... Read more…

Microeconomic Evidence for the Benefits of Investment in the Environment 2 (MEBIE2) (NERR057)

Guidance and industry reports, Measurement & reporting tools

Microeconomic Evidence for the Benefits of the Investment in the Environment 2 (MEBIE 2) is a review of the evidence for the benefits of the natural environment to people. Read more…

The Economic Value of Green Infrastructure

Guidance and industry reports, Measurement & reporting tools

This publication is the result of a partnership between the Northwest Regional Development Agency and Natural England. Together they commissioned reports by ECOTEC and AMION, designed to help practitioners make the case for investment in
green infrastructure. Read more…

Banking on Green: A Look at How Green Infrastructure Can Save Municipalities Money and Provide Economic Benefits Community-wide

Guidance and industry reports, Measurement & reporting tools

This report focuses on the economic impacts caused by polluted urban run-off, also known as “stormwater,” a significantly growing source of water pollution in the United States. Read more…

Cities Alive

Guidance and industry reports, Measurement & reporting tools

Cities Alive – rethinking green infrastructure – shows how the creation of a linked ‘city ecosystem’ that encompasses parks and open spaces; urban trees, streets, squares; woodland and waterways can help create healthier, safer and more prosperous cities. Read more…

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