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Development of a prototype co-benefits calculator for low-carbon precinct design: final report

Cities across the globe are faced with combined issues associated with large-scale population growth, transportation system change, and re-configuration of urban form in the areas of housing, transport and industry. Research has demonstrated that the design of cities directly affects population health and is also...
Journal article

City planning and population health: a global challenge

This paper considers the health impacts of city planning through transport mode choices, identifying interventions that, when combined, encourage walking, cycling, and public transport use, while reducing private motor vehicle use.
Guide

Scoping document: the development of the Low Carbon Living calculator

The aim of this project is to develop and trial a prototype low-carbon precinct co-benefits calculator for use by urban planners and designers. The calculator will estimate co-benefits associated with a range of alternative precinct designs and transport/land use configurations across health, productivity, and pollution...
Audio podcast

Designing cities with health in mind

Public health specialist Professor Mark Stevenson on the need to prioritise physical wellbeing in our urban planning.