Some Key Indicators<br />1. Natural and Agricultural System Integrity <br />2. Land Use - Mixed Use <br />3. Housing - Div...
Natural and Agricultural System Integrity<br />In Canberra: Maintain integrity of bush, greenways, waterways, wetlands, ha...
Land Use – Mixed Use<br />Compact, mixed-use development focused on small towns and villages<br />A theoretical component ...
Housing Diversity<br />Provide choices in housing types and prices to meet different segments of the City’s population<br ...
Economics<br />Build economic activities that: <br />Draw on City’s strengths –high quality of life, quality educational i...
Mobility Choices<br />Provide convenient choices for people to use different forms of travel (bicycles, public transport, ...
Analysis 1<br />www.sustainability-australia.com.au/research/measuring-sustainability/<br />
Analysis 2<br />    1.    participation—authority:2.    identity—difference:3.    security—risk4.    equality—autonomy5.  ...
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Some Key Indicators

  1. 1. Some Key Indicators<br />1. Natural and Agricultural System Integrity <br />2. Land Use - Mixed Use <br />3. Housing - Diversity <br />4. Economic Development - Building Local Assets <br />5. Transportation – Multi-Modal Choices <br />6. Cultural, Historic, and Recreational Resources - Adaptive Reuse <br />7. Community Facilities, Utilities, and Energy Conservation <br />
  2. 2. Natural and Agricultural System Integrity<br />In Canberra: Maintain integrity of bush, greenways, waterways, wetlands, habitats, open space, soils, and agricultural lands <br />Sample Sustainability Indicators<br />Water Quality<br />Animal and plant indicator species<br />Agricultural / bush lands preserved<br />
  3. 3. Land Use – Mixed Use<br />Compact, mixed-use development focused on small towns and villages<br />A theoretical component of Canberra – but how mixed is it in reality.<br />Sample Sustainability Indicators<br />New development inside vs. outside growth areas<br />Vertical vs. horizontal mixed-uses<br />Carbon footprint / greenhouse gas emissions<br />
  4. 4. Housing Diversity<br />Provide choices in housing types and prices to meet different segments of the City’s population<br />Sample Sustainability Indicators<br />Mix of housing types vs. housing demand based on demographics<br />Affordability<br />Access to services (e.g., community facilities, parks and recreation, retail)<br />
  5. 5. Economics<br />Build economic activities that: <br />Draw on City’s strengths –high quality of life, quality educational institutions<br />Reduce dependence on outside resources (e.g., use locally produced goods and services rather than imported goods)<br />Sample Sustainability Indicators<br />Locally-owned businesses<br />Employment opportunities / living wages<br />
  6. 6. Mobility Choices<br />Provide convenient choices for people to use different forms of travel (bicycles, public transport, and walking) to meet their mobility needs. <br />Sample Sustainability Indicators<br />Reduction in vehicle kilometerstraveled(VKT)<br />Length of paths<br />
  7. 7. Analysis 1<br />www.sustainability-australia.com.au/research/measuring-sustainability/<br />
  8. 8. Analysis 2<br /> 1.    participation—authority:2.    identity—difference:3.    security—risk4.    equality—autonomy5.    needs—limits6.    belonging—mobility7.    inclusion—exclusion<br />
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