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作者:Sara Antognelli , Marco Vizzari
来源:[J].Ecological Indicators(IF 2.89), 2017, Vol.72, pp.703-725
摘要:Abstract(#br)In recent years, landscape liveability has become a leading objective in policy and strategic planning. In the anthropocentric view of landscape, ecosystems fulfil important societal needs similarly to urban systems. Urban systems can meet a variety of such needs thr...
作者:Hannah Badland , Jamie Pearce
来源:[J].Social Science & Medicine(IF 2.733), 2019, Vol.232, pp.94-105
摘要:... However, less attention has been given to understanding how urban liveability may provide an opportunity to redress health inequities. Using an environmental justice lens, this paper investigates whether urban liveability poses an opportunity or threat to reducing health ineq...
作者:Melanie Lowe , Jonathan Arundel , Paula Hooper ...
来源:[J].Social Science & Medicine(IF 2.733), 2020, Vol.245
摘要:... This study aimed to develop policy-relevant indicators, to detect within- and between-city inequities in the implementation of Australian state government policy targets related to urban liveability. Seventy-three government policies were reviewed across Australia's four larg...
作者:Saeid Norouzian-Maleki , Simon Bell , Seyed-Bagher Hosseini ...
来源:[J].Urban Forestry & Urban Greening(IF 1.632), 2018
摘要:Abstract(#br)Liveability is an important component of the sustainable urban environment, especially in residential neighbourhoods. This study presents a comparison in perceived liveability between residents living in two very different locations, Tehran, Iran and Tartu, Estonia...
作者:Saeid Norouzian-Maleki , Simon Bell , Seyed-Bagher Hosseini ...
来源:[J].Ecological Indicators(IF 2.89), 2015, Vol.48, pp.263-271
摘要:Abstract(#br)A growing body of evidence indicates that the environmental quality of residential neighbourhoods has an impact on their liveability. It can be a contributory factor to the prosperity and development of cities because it reflects the real-life experiences of resident...
作者:Hannah Badland , Carolyn Whitzman , Melanie Lowe ...
来源:[J].Social Science & Medicine(IF 2.733), 2014, Vol.111, pp.64-73
摘要:... There is growing interest in creating indicators of liveability to measure progress towards achieving a wide range of policy outcomes, including enhanced health and wellbeing, and reduced inequalities. This review aimed to: 1) bring together the concepts of urban ‘liveability...
作者:Paulo Anciaes , Peter Jones
来源:[J].Transportation Research Part A(IF 2.725), 2020, Vol.132, pp.157-173
摘要:Abstract(#br)In many countries, there is a movement away from ‘car-centred’ policies and a stronger interest in developing healthy, equitable, and sustainable transport systems that enhance liveability. However, the translation of these new priorities into convincing ‘eco...
作者:Sara Antognelli , Marco Vizzari
来源:[J].Land Use Policy, 2016, Vol.50, pp.277-292
摘要:... In this view, ES and US shape landscape liveability in a similar manner. Liveability assessments based on both ES and US importance quantification can allow for the more effective and coherent inclusion of both service typologies in landscape planning and policymaking. As liveability...
作者:Paula Hooper , Bryan Boruff , Bridget Beesley ...
来源:[J].Landscape and Urban Planning(IF 2.314), 2018, Vol.171, pp.57-67
摘要:Abstract(#br)Green public open spaces (POS) are an important component of healthy, liveable, and sustainable urban environments. Planning policies for POS provision however tend to be evidence-free. A review of Australian state-level POS planning policies and standards was c...
作者:Xiaoqi Feng , Thomas Astell-Burt , Hannah Badland ...
来源:[J].Health and Place(IF 2.419), 2018, Vol.49, pp.101-110
摘要:Abstract(#br)Food purchasing decisions are made within the context of the range of options available, yet most epidemiological studies focus upon single outlet types. Ratios of fast food outlets to supermarkets and green grocers were linked to addresses of 15,229 adults in t...

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