Critical success factors in planning and management of urban green spaces in europe
AbstractThis paper focuses the attention on the importance of urban green areas in the context of urban sustainability policy. Special attention is given to the conditions that are responsible for successful urban green space planning. Based on a systematic extensive data base on relevant attributes of urban green in 23 European cities, our study aims to identify the critical success factors for the effective provision and maintenance of green spaces in the city, by using a multidimensional principal component analysis. By means of this comparative analysis, it is possible to specify transferable policy lessons on urban green spaces.
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