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Nick Grayson – Climate Change & Sustainability Manager Birmingham - The Total Environment to an Edible City? Birmingham City University Seminar April 23 rd 2012. NIA award 2012-15 – confirmation of 30 years/ ‘Endless Village’ We know where we are…….. We know where we want to get to….

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Nick Grayson – Climate Change & Sustainability Manager

Birmingham - The Total Environment to an Edible City?

Birmingham City University Seminar April 23rd 2012

NIA award 2012-15 – confirmation of 30 years/ ‘Endless Village’

We know where we are……..

We know where we want to get to….

And how……

Total Picture

Total Environment

Total Solution


  • BUCCANEER; Birmingham Urban Climate Change with Neighbourhood Estimates of Environmental Risk;


6.Implementation – A National Case Study

EVIDENCE

POLICY

The 9 piece jigsaw – GIA Partnership

DELIVERY


Birmingham as National Pilot

A Private Sector / Public Sector

Joint Plan/ vision for Birmingham


1. The City’s Productive Land – The Birmingham Forest


2.The City’s Greenways – UK’s First Walkable City


5. The City’s Green Infrastructure

A Birmingham Index….?


6. An Adapted City


7.A Healthy City

1952 smog = 4,075 excess deaths – Clean Air Act;

COMEAP’s 2008 Report 4,267 predicted deaths, PM10s;

JSNA

Public Health Outcomes Framework

Planning Checklist


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