Cities and Urbanization

This is what we need to do to build healthy, happy cities

Almost half of the world’s population lives in the tropics and more than half of the world’s children. Image: REUTERS/Edgar Su

Karine Dupré

Associate Professor in Architecture, , Griffith University

Silvia Tavares

Lecturer in Urban Design, , James Cook University

Jane Coulon

Lecturer, School of Architecture

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Paul James developed the concept of circles of sustainability that incorporate elements of politics and culture (this one represents Melbourne in 2011).
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