Urban planning for healthier lives
Distinguished Professor Billie Giles-Corti says she was a lone wolf when she started her research career. Now she’s part of a global network making the connections between liveability and health outcomes.
The wonderful world of bees
There is a growing appreciation that these cute, stripy honey-makers are actually crucial to food security, biodiversity and a healthy environment.
Australian cities out of step on walkability, transport: study
Australian cities may be less likely to promote healthy and sustainable lifestyles than some lower-income global counterparts, a global study has found.
EdiCitNet conference entices city dwellers and planners with Edible City Solutions
The two-day event provided ample food for thought for city administrators, researchers and citizens exploring urban food practices as a pathway to more liveable and resilient cities.