Amsterdam circular 2020-2025 strategy

The strategy makes use of an adapted version of British economist Kate Raworth's "doughnut model". The model describes how societies and businesses can contribute to economic development while still respecting the limits of the planet and the community.
Conference paper

Toward a framework for walkable and bikeable coastal Australian communities

Australia demonstrates a unique spatial pattern whereby approximately half of the population resides within seven kilometres (and eighty-five percent within fifty kilometres) of the coast, and eighty-nine percent live in areas defined as ‘urban’ but that have a relatively low population density. This differs notably...

Local economic leadership

As local economic development is often not a statutory responsibility of governments, and as it is also a multi-sectoral form of public intervention, it is also an arena for substantial innovation, where leadership sets the agenda and builds the context for progress.

The airport: cities of the future

After decades of debate, deliberation and inaction Sydney is finally to have a second airport at Badgerys Creek. So what makes a good airport and what could Sydney learn from the best airports in the world?
Conference paper

Why do cyclists feel safer in inner Amsterdam and Copenhagen than Melbourne? A contextual framework

This paper seeks to quantify comparisons of cycling safety outcomes between similar city areas and provides framework for exploring changes to the context in which adults make travel choices.
Conference paper

City cycling at the crossroads can Australia learn from Northern Europe?

This paper explores barriers to and enablers for safe cycling by comparing Inner Melbourne to two leading Northern European cycling cities: Amsterdam and Copenhagen.