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Fragmentation of urban knowledge has been an increasing challenge in cities internationally. The diverse nature of cities, the differing perspectives that make up the urban space and also the increasing needs of residents are consistently changing ensuring that a unified approach to sharing and managing information is more important than ever. Developing healthy and sustainable cities is an interdisciplinary and a goal that cannot be undertaken without first acknowledging the differing facets that make up our urban sphere. This benchmarking report outlines the potential future themes and activities to foster Melbourne’s transition toward a more sustainable and healthier city.


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