The corruption honey pot: An economic fix for planning scandals
The planning scandal uncovered by Victoria’s Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC) in the City of Casey, one of Melbourne’s burgeoning suburban growth areas, is truly a slow motion...
Regional communities have the most to benefit from transitioning to a low carbon economy
Transitioning to a low carbon economy and regional economic growth are not opposite objectives. This article aims to reframe the debate from using regional economic development as a reason not to tran...
Planning for natural hazards in a changing climate: best-practice principles
The planning system has an important role to play in adapting to the expected impacts of climate change. While some progress has been made, the lack of spatial understanding of the vulnerability of co...