Title: Spatially explicit computation of sustainability indicator values for the automated assessment of land-use options 
Resource Type: document --> technical publication --> journal article 
Country: Germany 
Language(s): English
 
Year: 2013 
Author 1/Producer: Schädler,S. 
Other Authors/Producers: Michael Finkel, Alena Bleicher, Maximilian Morio, Matthias Gross 
Author / Producer Type: University research group / research institute 
Journal: Landscape and Urban Planning  
Journal Web Link: http://www.journals.elsevier.com/landscape-and-urban-planning/  
Start Page: 34 
End Page: 45 
Volume: 111 
Publisher Country: European Union 
Publisher web link (root): http://www.journals.elsevier.com/landscape-and-urban-planning/
Article Weblink (=direct link): http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0169204612 ...  
EUGRIS Keyword(s): Brownfields
Contaminated land-->Wider impacts / sustainability-->Assessment tools
 
Short description: Contemporary land-use planning is based on project-specific evaluation methods from various scientific disciplines and has come to focus more recently on the integration of sustainability issues. Context-specific sets of indicators are typically used to evaluate and quantify the sustainability of different planning options for given contexts. The evaluation of these indicators relies heavily on (expert) stakeholder input and can therefore not simply be integrated into standardized and automated assessment tools. This is seen as one of the reasons why sustainability – despite being widely accepted as one of the most crucial aspects in any development – is often not considered on equal terms in decision making and planning compared to environmental risks and economic considerations. In this paper we propose a scheme to transfer the evaluation of site-specific sets of sustainability indicators into automated quantitative and spatially explicit assessments, which can be integrated into multidisciplinary spatial optimization algorithms 
Link to Project(s): timbre timbre – An Integrated Framework of Methods, Technologies, Tools and Policies for Improvement of Brownfield Regeneration in Europe
 
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