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Effects of the urban green and blue spaces on residential energy consumption: a case study on London
This dissertation takes residential energy consumption in London as the research object, exploring whether the difference in its spatial distribution is directly related to the urban green and blue spaces at the scale of Lower Layer Super Output Area (LSOA). After the control of other significant influence factors, multiple linear regression is applied to examine the relationship between study variables and normalised residential energy consumption. The study results show that some variables are significantly correlated to the domestic gas/electricity consumption, including variables about land occupation, distance and spatial distribution characteristics. However, their effects are not always consistent in different situations. The results of this dissertation not only can inspire future studies in this area but also provide some advice on the urban ecosystem planning and design.

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