A new study by Paul Egan, Philip Soos and Lindsay David reveals the 89 members of Queensland's legislative assembly have stake in a total of 195 properties, valued [...]
In a rapidly urbanising world, cities are causing a changing climate — but they may also be a major part of the solution as well, writes Dr Jeroen van der [...]
Are politicians' own vested interests driving flawed reforms that actually increase house prices? Research and commentary compiled by David Lindsay, Philip Soos [...]
Australia has contracted a severe real estate bubble, which threatens to burst and throw our economy into disarray, yet attempts to warn Australians about about [...]
Voluntary action in building design is unlikely to be able to achieve sweeping results in “greening” our cities, writes Assistant Professor Jeroen van der [...]
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