What adaptive responses have we witnessed to water under-supply, contamination, and changing landscapes, and what needs to change? What policy strategies and social collaborations are necessary to effect political influence and how can we narrate policy success?
In this roundtable, panelists applied their diverse expertise to the challenges of how we reform urban planning and community engagement, attend to Indigenous housing, contend with extractive industries, and develop legal, policy and political responses for even more challenging futures.
This public policy roundtable featured:
Organiser: Housing for Health Incubator at the University of Sydney
Australia’s cities have shifted from centres of manufacturing and industry to the drivers of a globalised economy fueled by knowledge, creativity and innovation
This forum explores how two nations with shared traditions but very different systems of urban governance and planning mediate the supply of new housing, and the roles played by government, planning authorities, developers, property owners and the public in this process.