New article on geodesign in International Planning Studies, co-authored by Scott Lieske
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New article on geodesign in International Planning Studies, co-authored by Scott Lieske

Since the mid-2000s, geodesign has become recognized as a synthesis discipline providing integrative, technology-based based solutions to scalable, place-based problems. As an emerging field, geodesign theory and practice may be informed and strengthened by studying contrasts between contemporary perspectives and historical urban and landscape design processes. In this paper we disaggregate contemporary geodesign into three … Continue reading

New article in Land Use Policy on public policy and urban expansion by human geography team
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New article in Land Use Policy on public policy and urban expansion by human geography team

Public policies play a vital role in shaping our cities. However, the impact of public policies on the spatial expansion of urban areas needs to be better understood in order to achieve better policy outcomes. During the period of China‚Äôs economic reform, the central government of China has made many changes in three sets of … Continue reading

New article presenting insights from the Geodesign Sydney 2050 workshop in Environment and Planning B, co-authored by Scott N. Lieske
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New article presenting insights from the Geodesign Sydney 2050 workshop in Environment and Planning B, co-authored by Scott N. Lieske

One of the challenges in creating plans for sustainable urban futures is the ability to work across government agencies and to break down traditional barriers to truly collaborative planning. Typically, metropolitan planning has been carried out by different agencies that are separate in their mandate and planning strategies. This siloed approach to city planning means … Continue reading

Computers in Urban Planning and Urban Management Conference
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Computers in Urban Planning and Urban Management Conference

The 15th International Conference on Computers in Urban Planning and Urban Management (CUPUM) was hosted by the School of Art, Architecture and Design at the University of South Australia in Adelaide on July 11-14. The theme of CUPUM is using technology for better urban planning and management. Keynote sessions and paper presentations at this conference … Continue reading