In the Media 2019 - 2020

Louise Crabtree

TimeOut Sydney and Targeted News Service (USA) reported that Dr Louise Crabtree is speaking on alternative models of housing in the Antidote festival at Sydney Opera House on Sept 1, 15 July.

Government News reported on pop-up housing and noted that Dr Louise Crabtree has been shortlisted in Sydney’s affordable housing challenge, 3 July.

The National TribuneArchitecture and DesignInfrastructure MagazineGreen MagazineArchitectureAUThe Fifth Estate and Mirage News reported that Dr Louise Crabtree has been selected one of seven finalists in the City of Sydney’s housing challenge, 14 June.

The Daily Telegraph published a piece by Dr Louise Crabtree on the importance of liveability and affordable housing in a developing Greater Western Sydney, 8 March.

ABC Radio National interviewed Dr Louise Crabtree about different ways of cooling the home, the effects of relying on air conditioning in the heat, and urban design solutions, 23 February.

Further coverage of the Institute for Culture and Society’s Cooling the Commons research with Dr Louise Crabtree being interviewed by The Sydney Morning Herald on the effects of extreme heat and a reliance on air-conditioning to keep cool (also published in The AgeThe Canberra TimesBrisbane TimesWA TodayThe Sun Herald), 9 February.

SBS NewsABC News (republished on WeatherZone), 4BC 1116 News Talk, Eagle FM, FIVEaa, 2SM, 2BH 567AM, Architecture & DesignThe New DailyPhys.orgThe Fifth EstatePedestrian TVBlue Mountains Gazette and The District Reporter featured research from the Institute for Culture and Society’s Cooling the Commons project with Dr Louise Crabtree discussing how rising urban heat, a reliance on air-conditioning and lack of cool public spaces are leading to social isolation and sedentary lifestyles, 31 January - 27 February.

Lithgow Mercury features comment by Dr Louise Crabtree on a workshop to be held in Lithgow to help it transition to a sustainable future, 21 February.

Tips by Dr Abby Mellick Lopes and Dr Louise Crabtree on keeping cool in summer were published in the Hawkesbury Gazette , 9 January.

Kevin Dunn

Coverage of projects particularly Speak out Against Racism quoted in The AustralianDaily MailSBSThe Guardian. The Daily Telegraph and Australian Associated Press

Andrew Gorman-Murray

Two UK-based media articles reporting on findings from ARC Discovery Project Living apart together: how mobile work is transforming Australian homes (project continuing to mid-2020):

One US-based self-authored article reporting on findings from ARC Discovery Project Queering disasters: LGBT experiences of natural disasters in Australia and New Zealand:

Andrew Gorman-Murray, Dale Dominey-Howes & Scott McKinnon, ‘LGBTI experiences of disasters in the Antipodes’, 22 November 2019, online at The Gender Security Project:

Stephen Healy

Cameron McAuliffe

Interviewed for the documentary, Black ANZAC: a documentary decolonising war history through street art; screened on SBS 18th April, 2019.

Invited to contribute to the ABC Radio National radio documentary podcast, Street Art: The next space race? as a part of the Future Tense series. Aired 10th Feb, 2019:

Nicky Morrison

Quoted in three Sydney Morning Herald articles:

PIA NSW LinkedIn post – promoting Healthy Urban Environments survey link and contact Morrison PI

Phillip O'Neill

Fortnightly columns, Australian Community Media.

Sebastian Pfautsch

ABC News Why one doctor wants two trees in every front yard to become the law'

ABC News 'Sophie Coombes loved her Penrith life, this is why she's left it behind'

ABC News 'Playground star rating to measure safety during summer when temperatures are 'hazardous’

ABC News ‘Heatwave conditions across New South Wales set to topple state's temperature records’ Cool Schools research will take centre stage in Episode 2 of the new ABC documentary Big Weather – and how we survive it

Felicity Picken

Sydney Morning Herald

‘Tourism generates jobs but leads to congestion and higher prices: survey’ Feb, 2nd, 2019.

'Well below expectations': Sydney's hotels offer cold comfort to tourists’ March 24th, 2019.

‘Sydney's big spending tourists are locals: survey’ June 9th, 2019.

‘Too far and too dear: Why tourists don’t visit regional Australia’ Nov 3rd, 2019.

‘“A bit weird”: Philausophy campaign receives mixed response’ Nov 2nd, 2019.

‘“Not a good look”: Bushfire smoke threatens to pollute Sydney's tourist image’ Dec 8th, 2019.

Awais Piracha

The significance of the religious vote in Western Sydney, ABC Radio National, May 8 2019

Sydney's 'latte line' divides job and housing opportunities, ABC Radio Sydney, 17 Dec 2019,

How a city's 'latte line' exposes Australia's economic divide, SMH November 16, 2019

Deadly divide between rich and poor in Sydney, SMH October 27, 2019

Western Sydney hospitals overrun by mass immigration Macrobusiness March 7, 2019

Emma Power

Power, E.R. Mee, KJ (2019) Is this a housing system that cares? That’s the question for Australians and their new government. The Conversation.

Ryan van den Nouwelant

Troy, L., Randolph, B. & van den Nouwelant, R. (2019) “Build social and affordable housing to get us off the boom-and-bust roller coaster”, The Conversation, 15-Mar (online)

Lawson, J., Dodson, D., Flanagan, K., Jacobs, K., Troy, L., and van den Nouwelant, R. (2019) “Australia’s social housing policy needs stronger leadership and an investment overhaul”, The Conversation, 26-Jun (online)

Taylor, A. (2019) “Shrinking homes, 'walk scores' and mini Melbournes: What Sydney's future looks like”, Sydney Morning Herald, 15-Dec (online)

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