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How to gain traction? From theoretical scholarship to applied outcomes in energy demand research and housing research

This collection advances our understanding of the ethics, values, opportunities and challenges that emerge in the making of engaged and interdisciplinary scholarship.

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Living on the Edge: New Forms of Poverty and Disadvantage on the Urban Fringe

This chapter considers the impact of the built environment in generating new forms and locations of poverty and disadvantage.

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International perspectives: Low carbon urban Australia in a time of transition

Horne, R and Fudge, C 2014, 'International perspectives: low carbon urban Australia in a time of transition' in Chris Miller and Lionel Orchard (ed.) Australian public policy: Progressive ideas in the neoliberal ascendency, Policy Press, Bristol, United Kingdom, pp. 279-295.

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The co-presence of past and future in the practice of environmental management: Implications for rural-amenity landscapes

Cooke, B 2017, 'The co-presence of past and future in the practice of environmental management: Implications for rural-amenity landscapes' in Lesley Head, Katarina Saltzman, Gunhild Setten, Marie Stenseke (ed.) Nature Temporality and Environmental Management Scandinavian and Australian Perspectives on Peoples and Landscapes, Taylor and Francis Group, New York, United States, pp. 77-93.

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Planning for Coexistence? Recognising Indigenous rights through land-use planning in Canada and Australia

This book answers that question through a critical examination of planning contact zones in two settler-colonial states: Victoria, Australia and British Columbia, Canada.

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Cohabiting with cars: the tangled connections between car parking and housing markets

This chapter explores some of the ways in which housing, car parking and thus car-based transport are bound together through embedded 20th century practices - materially, legally, and through the production and sale of housing.

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Frankenstein’s chicken: Understanding local opposition to broiler farms

Taylor, E 2016, 'Frankenstein's chicken: Understanding local opposition to broiler farms' in Melissa Kennedy, Andrew Butt and Marco Amati (ed.) Conflict and Change in Australia's Peri-Urban Landscapes, Taylor and Francis, United Kingdom, pp. 167-188.

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Planning Melbourne: Lessons for a Sustainable City

The book examines past debates and policies, the choices planners have faced and the mistakes and sound decisions that have been made.

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Movie towns and sitcom suburbs: building Hollywood’s ideal communities

Based upon his PhD thesis, this densely argued, scholarly text focuses on the way television and cinema in this period both presented images of idealised communities and also responded to growing criticisms of such movements as New Urbanism in the USA.

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