||Location, Location, Green. A spatial analysis of green buildings in Europe?
||Ciora, Costin; Gunther Maier; Ion Anghel
||The high spread of green building certification across Europe has become more visible with the new projects that have been built in the last five years. Our main research focus is on the location of green buildings within European cities. We argue that green buildings should cluster in a specific distance from the Central Business District (CBD). Taking into consideration the urban development of cities and specific characteristics of the CBD, our aim is to analyze empirically whether or not this hypothesis is supported by data from European cities. __We will use publicly available data for various green building certificates (LEED, BREEAM, DGNB) which give addresses or coordinates for certified buildings and will combine this information with GIS-based information for the respective cities. We will use point pattern analysis in order to find spatial clusters of project in the various cities and relate these results to distance from CBD as well as some basic city characteristics.__
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||green buildings, location
Ciora, Costin; Gunther Maier; Ion Anghel (2015).
Location, Location, Green. A spatial analysis of green buildings in Europe?. 22nd Annual European Real Estate Society Conference in Istanbul, Turkey,