Posted 21 March 2017 - 11:45am
"A low-pollution vision for a high-growth Melbourne", The Age, 19 March 2017
Less pollution, more social connection, increased housing density without sacrificing amenity, extensive public transport – all qualities many of us want in our home town. In recent days we have seen innovative thinking about what a Melbourne of the future could look like, and how to make it happen.
In a study driven by Melbourne University, researchers have modelled what four Australian cities – Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide and Perth – could look like if pollution were slashed by 80 per cent. The possible scenarios for a low-carbon future are inspiring and there is much our city planners can learn.
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