Paper Archive 2009

 

Private Open Space for High Density Living
Julia Guthrie, Beca & Alan March University of Melbourne

PDF (200 kb)

Accepted Paper (academically peer reviewed)

An Indexing Model for Stormwater Quality Assessment: Sustainable Stormwater Management in the Gold Coast
Didem Dizdaroglu, Fatih Dur, Shinyi Lee, Tan Yigitcanlar and Ashantha Goonetilleke - Queensland University of Technology, School of Urban Development, Brisbane

PDF (2.1 Megs)

Accepted Paper (academically peer reviewed)

Paths to urban sustainability
Dr Douglas Goudie, Adjunct Lecturer & Senior researcher, Centre of Tropical Urban and Regional Planning; School of Earth and Environmental Science - James Cook University; Nth. Queensland

PDF (350kb)

Accepted Paper (academically peer reviewed)

 

DEVELOPING KNOWLEDGE PRECINCTS IN REGIONAL TOWNS: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES
Bhishna Bajracharya, Bond University
Linda Too, Bond University
Joan Imukuka, Bond University
Greg Hearn, Queensland University of Technology

PDF (2.9 Megs)

Accepted Paper (academically peer reviewed)

Beyond the Burbs? : An Urban Design Essay
James Lunday
Founder and Director, Common Ground
Urban Design & Master Planning Specialists
PDF (76 KB)
Accepted Paper (academically peer reviewed)
An Analysis of Walkability in a Late 20th Century Masterplanned Suburb on Australia’s Gold Coast.
Nigel Cartlidge MUrbPlan MA Art & Design PGCE
Adjunct Tutor and Postgraduate Fellow, Bond University
Dr Daniel O’Hare PhD, MA (UrbDes), BTP Hons, Medal
Associate Professor of Urban Planning, Bond University

PDF (2.3 Megs)

Accepted Paper (academically peer reviewed)

Climate Change, Peak Oil and the Transition to Global Sustainability - the case for emergency action

Ian Dunlop - Deputy Convenor of the Australian Association for the Study of Peak Oil, Director of Australia 21, Member of The Club of Rome, Fellow of the Centre for Policy Development and Director of Safe Climate Australia.

PDF (8 Megs)

Invited Paper

Why the city we build will never be the city we need: How democracy and technology have failed us.

Speech by Andrew McNamara

Andrew is a former MP and was first elected to Parliament in February 2001. He was Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Main Roads from September 2006 to September 2007 and became Minister for Sustainability, Climate Change and Innovation in September 2007.

PDF (43kb)
Invited Paper

Sustainable Urban Habitats: A study of the threads that connect design intentions to practical implementation.
Alan Derbyshire, University of Central Lancashire, UK

PDF (3.1 Megs)

Accepted Paper (academically peer reviewed)

‘Sedimentary City’ Authors Brit Andresen Professor of Architecture University of Queensland,
Mara Francis Research Assistant School of Architecture University of Queensland

Accepted Paper

PDF1meg

Transit on the Edge Mode, Urban Environment and Local Mobility Understanding and Resolving the Conflicts
David Mepham

Accepted Paper

PDF 200kb

The Carrying Capacity Assessment Framework for Ubiquitous-Ecological Cities in Korea
Sangheon Lee , Kyushik Oh , Seunghyun Jung

Accepted Paper

PDF 4Meg

SUSTAINABLE HIGHER DENSITY RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT
Professor Gordon Holden, Griffith University, Gold Coast,
and Morten Gjerde, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

Invited Paper

PDF 1Meg


 

 

 

Conference Dates 2009

 

Wednesday 2nd to Friday 4th

of September 2009

Conrad Jupiters Hotel

Gold Coast - Queensland

Australia

 

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