Dialogues in Urban Planning: Towards Sustainable Regions
Dialogues in Urban Planning: Towards Sustainable Regions.
Edited by Tony Gilmour and Edward J. Blakely, with Rafael E. Pizarro
Sydney University Press
In an age when the buzzword is 'sustainability', why do we continue to build unsustainable cities and regions. Are there alternatives to car-clogged streets, sterile suburban McMansions and a degraded natural environment?
Dialogues in Urban Planning: Towards Sustainable Regions brings planners back to the centre of the debate It shows that sustainability can no longer just apply to the subfield of planning called 'environmental planning' but has to permeate all aspects: housing, economic development, transport, regional coordination and urban design.
Showcasing cutting-edge research from academics and doctoral research candidates at the University of Sydney, this latest edition of the Dialogues in Urban Planning series is recommended reading for professional planners, students and policy makers. We need to find a way to make our regions sustainable for this generation and for generations to come.
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Collaborative planning & sustainability: exploring ecosystems as common-pool resources in the Lockyer Catchment Published 2008-01-01This chapter examines the current planning and management of natural resources in the Lockyer Catchment in Queensland, Australia, and explores potentials for planning and management informed by the concept of ‘commons’ or ...Book chapter
Published 2008-01-01Although the notion of sustainable development is usually associated with the design and building of new settlements, this chapter illustrates how this notion can also be used to undergird the recovery strategies to rebuild ...Book chapter
Published 2008-01-01Using tools of small area analysis of the internal spatial economies of the Sydney metropolitan region, this chapter looks at how the region could reach new strategic goals with a more equitable metropolitan economic ...Book chapter
Published 2008-01-01This chapter explores a set of wicked problems in the Malabar Headland in Sydney, Australia. By employing a mix of qualitative and quantitative methods, it was found that wicked problems were produced, reproduced and ...Book chapter
Published 2008-01-01Sustainability has been a buzzword of urban planning for the past two decades. This is particularly true in the discourse of planning effort specifically focused on the downtown area. In the downtown discourse, the concept ...Book chapter