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What is green infrastructure, and how do we include it in urban planning?

Urban planners tend to be wary of green infrastructure, but changing mindsets could bring environmental and social developments. Image: REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

Jason Byrne

Associate Professor of Environmental Planning, Griffith University

Christopher Ambrey

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Griffith University

Douglas Baker

Chair professor, Queensland University of Technology

Tony Matthews

Lecturer, Urban & Environmental Planning, Griffith University

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