Resilient Urban Futures publications

2017  |  2016  |  2015 2014  |  2013

Grimes A, V Matlaba, J Poot (2016) Spatial Impacts of the Creation of Brasília: A Natural Experiment, (pdf) Environment and Planning A, December-19-2016

Adams M, R Chapman (2016) Do denser urban areas save on infrastructure? Evidence from New Zealand territorial authorities, Policy Quarterly, 12, 4, November

Apatov E, A Grimes, Higher education institutions and regional growth: The case of New Zealand, Motu, Wellington, 2016

Batstone C, J Moores, M Newton, S Yalden (2016) What’s WESWI?, (pdf) paper presented to the New Zealand Agricultural and Resource Economics Society Annual Conference, Nelson, August

Chapman R, P Howden-Chapman, A Capon (2016) Understanding the systemic nature of cities to improve health and climate change mitigation, (pdf) Environment International, 94, 380–387

Fabling R, A Grimes (2016) Picking up speed: Does ultrafast broadband increase firm productivity? Motu Working Paper 16-22, Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, November

Greenaway-McGrevy R, A Grimes, M Holmes, Two countries, sixteen cities, five thousand kilometres: How many housing markets?, Motu Working Paper 16-04, Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, Wellington, March 2016

Grimes A, N Preval, C Young, R Arnold, T Denne, P Howden-Chapman, L Telfar-Barnard (2016) Does retrofitted insulation reduce household energy use? Theory and practice, The Energy Journal, 37:4

Fergusson E, K Witten, R Kearns, L Kearns (2016) ‘Everything is community’: Developer and incoming resident experiences of the establishment phase at Waimahia Inlet, (pdf) Massey University and University of Auckland, October

Holmes F, R Chapman, N Dodge (2016) People’s panel survey – Auckland neighbourhood, housing, and travel preferences, (pdf) Victoria University of Wellington and New Zealand Centre for Sustainable Cities for Auckland Council

Keall M, R Chapman, P Howden-Chapman (2016) Increasing active travel to work: Sub-analyses of a quasi-experimental study of an intervention to encourage walking and cycling, (pdf) NZ Centre for Sustainable Cities

Kingham S (2016) A few seconds longer for a safer, more vibrant, attractive and liveable CBD, The Press, 7 March

Livesey B (2016) Opening the heart of a (post) colonial city: Histories, icons, and spatial structure in the city of Hamilton, Aotearoa NZ, (pdf) Proceedings of 13th Australasian Urban History Planning History conference, Gold Coast, Jan – Feb, pp.250–261

Mackenbach JD, E Randal, P Zhao, P Howden-Chapman (2016) The influence of urban land-use and public transport facilities on active commuting in Wellington, New Zealand: Active transport forecasting using the WILUTE model, (pdf) Sustainability 8, 242

Ngā Aho and Papa Pounamu (2016) Better urban planning: Report from Māori built environment practitioners wānanga, (pdf) D Whaanga-Schollum, B Livesey*, R Kahui- McConnell, D Menzies eds. commissioned by the Productivity Commission, Tāmaki Makaurau.
* Researcher, Resilient Urban Futures

Ombler J, M Russell, G Rivera-Muñoz (2016) Local councils and public consultation: Extending the reach of democracy, (pdf) Policy Quarterly, 12, 4, November

Preval N, E Randal, R Chapman, J Moores, P Howden-Chapman (2016) Streamlining urban housing development: Are there environmental sustainability impacts? Cities 55: 101–112

Ryks J, AL Pearson, A Waa  (2016) Mapping urban Māori: A population-based study of Māori heterogeneity, New Zealand Geographer

Shaw C, M Russell, K van Sparrentak, A Merrett, H Clegg (2016) Benchmarking cycling and walking in six New Zealand cities: Pilot study 2015, L Early ed. New Zealand Centre for Sustainable Cities, Wellington

Shaw C (2016) Known unknowns: Evidence of health co-benefits of decarbonising the transport sector, PhD thesis, University of Otago

Sobiecki L, R Chapman (2016) The future of Wellington’s bus fleet: The environmental and health implications of different upgrade options for Wellington’s bus fleet (pdf), NZCSC Policy Paper, Victoria University of Wellington and New Zealand Centre for Sustainable Cities, Wellington, May

Stuart K, L Mellish (2016) Tūrangawaewae, time and meaning: Two urban Māori icons, Proceedings of 13th Australasian Urban History Planning History conference, Gold Coast, Jan – Feb

Waa A M, A L Pearson, J L Ryks (2017) Premature mortality resilience and wellbeing within urban Māori communities, Health & Place, 43: 49–56, January

Whaanga-Schollum D, C Robinson, K Stuart, B Livesey, B Reed (2016) ‘Ensuring the container is strong’: Regenerating urban mauri through wānanga, Landscape Journal

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