New Paper by Meerow and Newell on Spatial planning for multifunctional green infrastructure in Landscape and Urban Planning

A new paper by Sara Meerow and Joshua Newell in Landscape and Urban Planning introduces the Green Infrastructure Spatial Planning Model (GISP), a GIS-based multicriteria approach that integrates six benefits of green infrastructure and allows for the consideration of stakeholder priorities. The model is applied to Detroit, revealing that current green infrastructure projects are not being optimally located. The GISP model provides a replicable approach for evaluating competing and complementary ecosystem services for a given landscape. Read the article here.