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Jobs, Justice And A Liveable World: Urban Planning In A Green New Deal
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Jobs, Justice And A Liveable World: Urban Planning In A Green New Deal

On August 29, 2019 the UQ Greens, alongside QLD Greens MP Michael Berkman hosted the forum ‘Jobs, Justice & a Liveable World: A Green New Deal for Australia’. Looking at the leadership being provided around the world on the issue, this panel asked the question what might a Green New Deal look like in Australia? With permission from the organisers Green Agenda is publishing the transcripts of the talks at this forum. In this piece Dr Natalie Osbourne talks about cities and urban planning in a Green New Deal. She argues that any Green New Deal must grapple with the issues [...]

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