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A new platform mapping environmental conflicts developed by RMIT urban researchers helps to support just transitions from coal to clean energy without disadvantaging workers and communities.
This article looks at how people’s access to neighbourhood centres and the diversity of buildings and commercial uses found there influences how, and to what extent, we interact.
How can local government greening efforts be most effective in addressing differences in metropolitan residents’ social, economic and health outcomes and vulnerabilities, exposure to high temperatures and access to green areas? Where should all the trees go?
This report examined the impact of religious visibility on social cohesion in two case-study locations in Melbourne.
Australian politicians must stop and listen to the voices of real people suffering under horror power price rises, Victoria’s peak social advocacy body has warned.
This paper describes the state of metropolitan planning in Adelaide in the late 1980s.
This paper looks at the history of owner occupation in Australia and discusses the costs and benefits - to individuals and to the community.
This paper looks at regulation as the primary instrument of planning in Australia. It examines some of the strengths and weaknesses of statutory processes and regulations, analyses their success in achieving urban policy objectives.
Public ownership and development of land is a powerful means of controlling the development of an urban area, avoiding high speculative costs of land for housing and public purposes, and siphoning increases in land values that accompany urban growth into the public purse. This paper...