INTEGRATING CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION AND MITIGATION IN BUILT ENVIRONMENTS
Grant number: DP200101378 | Funding period: 2020 - 2023
This project aims to facilitate the integration of climate change adaptation and mitigation across Australia’s built environment sectors: design, urban planning, construction and property. Cities are significant contributors to climate change but actions are presently limited, and largely unintegrated across sectors. The project expects to generate new knowledge to advance climate change action. An expected outcome is a framework to guide decision making in the built environment. Through communication to practitioners and policy makers, this project plans to provide significant benefit for Australian cities and society: progressing climate change action, informing investment decisions and re..View full description
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Transforming the agency and influence of landscape architects in climate change actions: An empirical analysis of barriers and facilitators
S Moosavi, A Hurlimann, J Nielsen, J Bush, G Warren Myers, A March
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Climate change preparedness across sectors of the built environment-A review of literature
Anna C Hurlimann, Josh Nielsen, Sareh Moosavi, Judy Bush, Georgia Warren-Myers, Alan March
Cities (built environments) produce a significant proportion of global greenhouse gas emissions, making a significant contribution..
Towards the transformation of cities: A built environment process map to identify the role of key sectors and actors in producing the built environment across life stages
AC Hurlimann, Georgia Warren-Myers, Josh Nielsen, Sareh Moosavi, Judy Bush, Alan March
Cities must transform in order to address the challenge of climate change and to achieve societal ambitions such as the sustainabl..