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Call for papers | Special Issue December 2019

2018-10-22

Public health and well-being in public open spaces through climate responsive urban planning and design
(tentative title)
Guest Editors:  Silvia Tavares, David Sellars, Greg Mews, Karine Dupré and Christhina Cândido

Urban life allows for people to move between climate-controlled environments, including homes cars, offices and so forth. The planning and design of urban spaces, on the other hand, largely define the way we live affecting our health as it can, for instance, promote or hinder active lifestyles, social cohesion and access to healthy food choices. Climate responsive planning and design are, therefore, key to secure a healthy urban lifestyle.

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Vol 3 No 1 (2018)
Cover image: Gantry Section D, RMIT Swanston St, Melbourne 2016-2017. Artwork: Grace Leone. Photo Credit: Nura Sheidaee.
Cover image: Gantry Section D, RMIT Swanston St, Melbourne 2016-2017. Artwork: Grace Leone. Photo Credit: Nura Sheidaee.
Published: 2018-04-30
  • Vol. 3 n. 1 | 2018 | FULL ISSUE
Editorial
  • The implementation of the New Urban Agenda. Our ongoing efforts after almost two years from the Habitat III conference
    1-2
    Luisa Bravo
Overview
  • Skypeography. Investigating and mapping the public mind space of urbaness
    3-12
    Maggie McCormick
Space
  • Dialogue, ambivalence, public space
    13-30
    Thomas-Bernard Kenniff
  • Greening and opening the public space of the Nile banks. A demonstration case study in Maadi, Cairo
    31-48
    Amir Gohar
Society
  • What the mapping of Byron Bay Shire’s informal settlement teaches us about having a home without having a house
    49-74
    Verity Nunan; Karine Dupre
  • Dangerous Safety or Safely Dangerous. Perception of safety and self-awareness in public space
    75-92
    Anna Svensdotter, Mirko Guaralda
Systems
  • Exploring Environmental Colour Design in Urban Contexts
    93-102
    Galyna McLellan, Mirko Guaralda
Viewpoint
  • Application to Occupy
    103-108
    Grace Leone
  • Postcards from the edge (of the Arabian Sea). Tales from the ballPark: this liminal life
    109-118
    Di Ball
Portfolio
Reports from 9th World Urban Forum
  • We the people, We the public space. An interactive exhibition at the 9th World Urban Forum
    153-162
    Luisa Bravo, Valerio Francia
  • We the public space. Strategies to deal with inequalities in order to achieve inclusive and sustainable urban environments
    163-164
    Luisa Bravo
  • Public Space in the New Urban Agenda. The Challenge of Implementation
    165-170
    Peter Elmlund, Tigran Haas, Michael Mehaffy
  • Give Us Space! Augmented public space geographies in the changing public/private relationships
    171-178
    Manfredo Manfredini, Adrian Lo, Dory E Reeves
  • Smart City, Just City. An IHC Global Initiative in Support of the New Urban Agenda
    179-186
    Judith Hermanson
  • Contribution of older urban residents
    187-192
    Katherine Kline
  • Time for action. Implementing the New Urban Agenda in public spaces for health and wellbeing
    193-202
    Gregor H. Mews, Milica Muminovic, Paul Tranter
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