Interactive mapping operationalizes accessibility

In transport planning, locational accessibility measures offer insights into the possibilities of broader economic effects. Linking transport systems and land use, accessibility measures can transform complex technical information into representations more easily understood information for diverse stakeholders that can support co-creative planning.

Sally Hussey

Sally Hussey

4 years ago

Sustainable cities foster a community-engaged university

Portland, one of the world’s most sustainable cities, benefits from university-community partnerships on sustainability. B.D. Wortham-Galvin, Jennifer H. Allen and Jacob Sherman discuss Portland State University’s community engagement, teaching and service.

Sally Hussey

Sally Hussey

4 years ago

Smart city: from innovative concept to government vision

The smart city comprises multiple facets and collaborations. Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Genova, Renata Paola Dameri, investigates the relationship between principal actors she identifies at its conceptual core: university, government and industry.

Sally Hussey

Sally Hussey

4 years ago

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Interactive governance: critical perspectives

Can interactive governance shape civic engagement? Edelenbos and van Meerkerk explore collaborative relationships between citizens, government and civic organisations.

Sally Hussey

Sally Hussey

4 years ago

Citizen participation in Emergency Management

Citizen participation in Emergency Management can identify how communities contribute to disaster management and illustrate uses of technology to integrate citizen skills.

Sally Hussey

Sally Hussey

4 years ago

Facilitating online policy deliberation

Studies of online policy deliberations usually focus on participant perspectives. Dmitry Epstein and Gilly Leshed instead examine the role of the moderator in ‘The Magic Sauce: Practices of Facilitation in Online Policy Deliberation’.

Sally Hussey

Sally Hussey

4 years ago

Making sustainability Second Nature

Nicola Saltman and Kimberly Crawford, Sustainable Communities, Waverley Council, discuss social research, behaviour change theory and innovative engagement approaches to inspire positive environmental action in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs.

Kimberly Crawford

sustainability second nature

Nicola Saltman

4 years ago

Participatory Budgeting in Europe

Across over ten countries, Sintomer, Rocke and Herzeberg’s ‘Participatory Budgeting in Europe’ explores governance, social justice and gender mainstreaming in contemporary Europe.

Sally Hussey

Sally Hussey

4 years ago

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