Dr Tony Matthews
Dr Tony Matthews
Senior Lecturer in Urban & Environmental Planning, School of Environment, Griffith University
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Reconceptualizing green infrastructure for climate change adaptation: Barriers to adoption and drivers for uptake by spatial planners
T Matthews, AY Lo, JA Byrne
Landscape and Urban Planning, 2015
Could urban greening mitigate suburban thermal inequity?: the role of residents’ dispositions and household practices
J Byrne, C Ambrey, C Portanger, A Lo, T Matthews, D Baker, A Davison
Environmental Research Letters 11 (9), 095014, 2016
Cultivating climate justice: Green infrastructure and suburban disadvantage in Australia
C Ambrey, J Byrne, T Matthews, A Davison, C Portanger, A Lo
Applied Geography 89, 52-60, 2017
Institutional perspectives on operationalising climate adaptation through planning
T Matthews
Planning theory & practice 14 (2), 198-210, 2013
Characterising spatial and temporal patterns of urban evolution in Sub-Saharan Africa: The case of Accra, Ghana
PI Korah, T Matthews, D Tomerini
Land Use Policy 87, 104049, 2019
Responding to climate change as a transformative stressor through metro-regional planning
T Matthews
Local Environment 17 (10), 1089-1103, 2012
Climate change adaptation in urban systems: Strategies for planning regimes
T Matthews
Research Paper 32, 2011
Do ‘city shapers’ really support urban consolidation? The case of Brisbane, Australia
K Raynor, S Mayere, T Matthews
Urban studies 55 (5), 1056-1075, 2018
Planning for climigration: a framework for effective action
T Matthews, R Potts
Climatic Change 148 (4), 607-621, 2018
Shaping urban consolidation debates: Social representations in Brisbane newspaper media
K Raynor, T Matthews, S Mayere
Urban studies 54 (6), 1519-1536, 2017
Planning for older people in a rapidly warming and ageing world: the role of urban greening
C Baldwin, T Matthews, J Byrne
Urban policy and research 38 (3), 199-212, 2020
Public art for placemaking and urban renewal: Insights from three regional Australian cities
T Matthews, S Gadaloff
Cities 127, 103747, 2022
Assembling Accra through new city imaginary: Land ownership, agency, and relational complexity
PI Korah, T Matthews, N Osborne
Habitat international 106, 102277, 2020
Evaluating net community benefits of integrating nature within cities
P Daniels, O El Baghdadi, C Desha, T Matthews
Sustainable Earth 3, 1-15, 2020
Coronavirus has changed our sense of place, so together we must re-imagine our cities
T Matthews
The Conversation 24, 2020
Cork as canvas: exploring intersections of citizenship and collective memory in the Shandon Big Wash Up murals
D Grant-Smith, T Matthews
Community Development Journal 50 (1), 138-152, 2015
Managing ensemble scale heritage conservation in the Shandon Architectural Conservation Area in Cork, Ireland
T Matthews, D Grant-Smith
Cities 62, 152-158, 2017
Storylines of institutional responses to climate change as a transformative stressor: the case of regional planning in South East Queensland, Australia
T Matthews
Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 33 (5), 1092-1107, 2015
Enclave urbanism in Ghana’s Greater Accra Region: Examining the socio-spatial consequences
PI Korah, N Osborne, T Matthews
Land Use Policy 111, 105767, 2021
Defining the density debate in Brisbane: how urban consolidation is represented in the media
K Raynor, T Matthews, S Mayere
Proceedings of the State of Australian Cities National Conference 2015, 2015
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