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Barriers to a better Bristol: Diagnosing city strategic challenges using systems, co-production and interdisciplinary approaches

Prestwood, Emily; Calvert, Thomas; Clayton, William; Longhurst, James; Manchester, Helen; Parkhurst, Graham; Rosenberg, Ges; Taylor, Colin; Townsend, Ian

Authors

Emily Prestwood emily.prestwood@uwe.ac.uk

Thomas Calvert Thomas2.Calvert@uwe.ac.uk
Researcher in Transport & Urban Planning

Helen Manchester

Ges Rosenberg

Colin Taylor

Ian Townsend



Abstract

As European Green Capital 2015 and one of the Rockefeller 100 Resilient Cities, Bristol can legitimately claim to be on the “frontline” of urban sustainability, continually challenging itself to transform into a place where citizens and organisations work together to create wellbeing. Yet the development pathway to achieving this transformation, remains characterised by continuing inequalities in social inclusion, health outcomes and access to transport, despite aspirational goals envisioned by the city’s leaders. The Urban ID (Integrated Diagnostic) project aims to address this, with the intention that the approach will be replicable in different contexts to assist in developing policy strategies at all levels.

Presentation Conference Type Conference Paper (unpublished)
Start Date Jun 27, 2017
Peer Reviewed Not Peer Reviewed
APA6 Citation Prestwood, E., Calvert, T., Clayton, W., Longhurst, J., Manchester, H., Parkhurst, G., …Townsend, I. (2017, June). Barriers to a better Bristol: Diagnosing city strategic challenges using systems, co-production and interdisciplinary approaches. Paper presented at 9th International Conference on Sustainable Development and Planning
Keywords barriers, better Bristol, diagnosing, city, strategic challenges, systems, co-production, interdisciplinary approaches
Additional Information Title of Conference or Conference Proceedings : Wessex 9th International Conference on Sustainable Development and Planning

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