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New Conversation article on gender issues in planning by Dr Dorina Pojani
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New Conversation article on gender issues in planning by Dr Dorina Pojani

We need to have a conversation about sexism and the city. Gender affects all other “vulnerable group” considerations in the cities, where nearly 90% of Australians live. Sexism and the city: how urban planning has failed women Authors: Dr Dorina Pojani (UQ) Dr Dorothy Wardale (ECU) Prof Kerry Brown (ECU) Read the full article on … Continue reading

We are hiring!
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We are hiring!

SEES is currently recruiting a new Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Environmental and Planning Regulation and Policy. Follow the link below for details on this position: jobs.uq.edu.au/caw/en/job/504245/lecturersenior-lecturer-in-environmental-and-planning-regulation-and-policy Closing date for applications: 07 May 2018 (11:55 PM) E. Australia Standard Time   Continue reading

New article on urban transport in the Global South by Dr Dorina Pojani
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New article on urban transport in the Global South by Dr Dorina Pojani

Policy design for sustainable urban transport in the Global South. Authors: Dr Dorina Pojani (UQ) A/Prof Dominic Stead (TU Delft) Many urban areas, both in the Global North and South, are becoming increasingly automobile-dominated and less sustainable. The need to take action is well recognized but all too often governance arrangements and the symbolism attached … Continue reading

Planning student awards ceremony
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Planning student awards ceremony

Planning student awards ceremony is coming up! It includes Minister’s prize for best student in year for each year of the BRTP program and best student in the MURP program, and the PIA QLD Awards Launch. When: Tuesday 29/5, 12.30-2.00 Where: Parliamentary Annex. Cost: free (but registration is required) Registration: PIA website We hope to … Continue reading

New article in The Conversation on weather and travel behaviour by UQ|UP team
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New article in The Conversation on weather and travel behaviour by UQ|UP team

Too wet? Too cold? Too hot? This is how weather affects the trips we make What sorts of weather lead us to change our daily travel behaviour? How do we respond to scorching heatwaves, sapping humidity, snow and frost, strong winds, or torrential rain? International research shows weather is important in shaping our everyday movements. … Continue reading