Tempering growth: planning for the challenges of climate change and growth management in SEQ

@inproceedings{Dedekorkut2010TemperingGP,
  title={Tempering growth: planning for the challenges of climate change and growth management in SEQ},
  author={Aysin Dedekorkut and Johanna Orvokki Mustelin and Michael James Howes and Jason Byrne},
  year={2010}
}
  • Aysin Dedekorkut, Johanna Orvokki Mustelin, +1 author Jason Byrne
  • Published 2010
  • Engineering
  • Abstract South East Queensland (SEQ) has experienced voracious growth over the past five decades. Spanning some 200 km, this sprawling subtropical coastal conurbation is beginning to reach its ecological and socio-political limits. Over the last decade there have been concerted efforts to manage this growth with a new regime of plans and policies, but climate change has significantly complicated the challenge. This paper offers a preliminary analysis of the situation. The major climate… CONTINUE READING

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