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Guidelines for sustainable infrastructure

WG 148: Guidelines for Sustainable Recreational Navigational Infrastructure (RNI), is now available from PIANC.

Giving guidance for sustainable design, it also outlines the benefits that sustainable RNI provides, as an economic engine with social and environmental benefits, in sustainable tourism, in large infrastructure projects, in urban waterfront projects, and as part of broad conservation strategies.
The report identifies and provides analysis of typical concerns that are faced in the practice of achieving environmental sustainability in these types of projects.
It describes the alignment between Best Practices in marina design and Working with Nature and provides case studies, and also features 15 projects that illustrate environmental design features, as well as examples of innovative design process implementation and of successful regulatory processes.
The 90-page report is free for PIANC members and priced at 120 for non-members.
www.pianc.org/publications/reccom/wg148

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