This webcast, recorded in May 2017, describes the challenges of stakeholder communication for green infrastructure projects and how Triple Bottom Line – Cost Benefit Analysis can help.
A green infrastructure project provides near- and long-term benefits to the same community that pays for it. Recently, leading municipalities are taking steps to quantify those costs and benefits in a way that satisfies public stakeholders' concerns about more attractive landscapes, cleaner water, healthier air, greater resilience, and, yes, more return for the dollar. How are they doing this?
Join Sheila Boudreau from the City of Toronto and John Parker and Brian Young from Autocase for an informative presentation about Triple Bottom Line (TBL) Cost Benefit Analysis (CBA) and how it can be used for achieving consensus amongst stakeholders around design options for public projects.
Successful strategies and lessons learned from the city of Toronto’s green streets work are shared. The challenges inherent in TBL-CBA are reviewed, along with an overview of Autocase, a new solution that eliminates these challenges.
The download includes the recorded webinar (MP4) and the presentation slides (PDF).
We would like to thank Autocase for sponsoring this webcast.