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Ökonomische Effekte grüner Infrastruktur als Teil eines Grünflächenfaktors. Ein Leitfaden

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  • Ulrich B. Morawetz

    () (Department of Economics and Social Sciences, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna)

  • Dieter Mayr

    (Institute for Sustainable Economic Development, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna)

  • Doris Damyanovic

    () (Institute of Landscape Planning, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna)

Abstract

Urbane grüne Infrastruktur beschreibt natürliche und naturnahe Grünräume in der Stadt. Diese wirken sich auf das Ökosystem, das menschliche Wohlbefinden sowie auch auf (Immobilien)Märkte aus. Um diese Auswirkungen stadtplanerisch zu steuern, ist ein mögliches Instrument ein „Grünflächenfaktor“. Wir schlagen einen Grünflächenfaktor auf Bauplatzebene vor, der sich als gewichtete Summe gärtnerisch gestalteter Flächen berechnet. Die Gewichte entsprechen den ökologischen Funktionen und Auswirkungen auf die Lebensqualität des Menschen. Auch der Kapitalisierung dieser Grünräume in Immobilienpreisen wird in dem Index Rechnung getragen. Dieser Leitfaden beschreibt die Überlegungen, die hinter der Integration ökonomischer Einflüsse in den Grünflächenfaktor stehen. Auch werden im Text unterschiedliche Politikinstrumente diskutiert.

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  • Ulrich B. Morawetz & Dieter Mayr & Doris Damyanovic, 2016. "Ökonomische Effekte grüner Infrastruktur als Teil eines Grünflächenfaktors. Ein Leitfaden," Working Papers 662016, Institute for Sustainable Economic Development, Department of Economics and Social Sciences, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna.
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    Keywords

    Urbane Grüne Infrastruktur; Grün- und Freiflächenindex; Ökonomie;

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    • R29 - Urban, Rural, Regional, Real Estate, and Transportation Economics - - Household Analysis - - - Other

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