Urban resilience and its implications are increasingly important in the development and adaptation of modern cities. This new free article collection from Routledge Planning and Urban seeks to both bring together key research
The Department of Public Health at the University of Otago, Wellington has made a submission on the resource management reform discussion paper urging that principles of urban design be included in the reforms.
This free international multidisciplinary event showcases current research and practice in teen mobility, active transport, the effects of the built environment and climate change, and youth engagement. The morning session is open to all in-studio participants and those watching remotely from around the world.
Fourth International Conference on Urban and ExtraUrban Studies