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Are we still not there yet? Moving along the gender highway (2019)
Book Chapter
Greed, C. (2019). Are we still not there yet? Moving along the gender highway. In C. Scholten, & T. Joelsson (Eds.), Integrating Gender into Transport Planning: From One to Many Tracks, 192-210. Palgrave Macmillan

This book comprises a collection of international contributions, particularly from Scandinavia, on the extent to which gender has been integrated into transport planning

How inclusion can exclude: The case of public toilet provision for women (2018)
Journal Article
Greed, C., Bichard, J. A., & Ramster, G. (2018). How inclusion can exclude: The case of public toilet provision for women. Built Environment, 44(1), 52-76. https://doi.org/10.2148/benv.44.1.52

© 2018 Ingenta. Our built environment is required to meet human needs at the most basic of levels. If our pavements and roads aff ord our movement across the built environment's landscapes, then provisions should also be in place to meet the needs of... Read More about How inclusion can exclude: The case of public toilet provision for women.

Taking women's different bodily functions into account, including menstruation, in sanitation provision (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Greed, C. (2017, July). Taking women's different bodily functions into account, including menstruation, in sanitation provision. Paper presented at WEDC Conference

Whilst over two billion people lack adequate toilet provision, water supply, and sanitation, women are particularly badly affected. Women have fewer facilities to start with, but more toileting needs caused by biological differences including menstru... Read More about Taking women's different bodily functions into account, including menstruation, in sanitation provision.

Planning for diversity and sustainable spatial planning religion space gender and ethnicity (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Greed, C. (2017, July). Planning for diversity and sustainable spatial planning religion space gender and ethnicity. Paper presented at AESOP conference 2017 'Space of Dialogue for Places of Dignity

The urban planning policy agenda is strongly influenced by sustainability objectives with particular emphasis upon environmental issues. But, the original definition was much broader and included economic well-being and social equality as well as en... Read More about Planning for diversity and sustainable spatial planning religion space gender and ethnicity.

Pentecostals and planners (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Greed, C. (2017, June). Pentecostals and planners. Presented at Spaces for Secular Space

Before considering the value of community space, we need to ask ‘what is community?’ According to a range of sociological sources (Greed and Johnson, 2015: pp 271-3 and chapter 14), a community may be defined either as a group of people that have som... Read More about Pentecostals and planners.

Menstruation and public toilets (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Greed, C. (2017, March). Menstruation and public toilets. Paper presented at Down the Pan

This paper investigates the reasons for the unequal and impractical nature of women’s public toilets. Men have twice the level of provision as women, resulting in long toilet queues for the Ladies. Although women have fewer facilities than men their... Read More about Menstruation and public toilets.

Sacred spaces in urban environments (2017)
Book Chapter
Greed, C. (2017). Sacred spaces in urban environments. In S. Hawthorne (Ed.), Gender: God, 335-350. Macmillan Cengage

This chapter investigates how religion has shaped architecture and urban form, with particular reference to the place of women in the city, and the division between sacred and profane, and looks at the situation in pre-Christian, Christian, secular a... Read More about Sacred spaces in urban environments.

Planning for sustainable transport around people's needs (2016)
Presentation / Conference
Greed, C. (2016, October). Planning for sustainable transport around people's needs. Paper presented at Gendering Habitat III: Facing the Global Challenges in Cities, Climate Change and Transport

This paper reviews sustainability-driven spatial planning policy from the perspective of ordinary citizens as they seek to travel, live and work, and carry out their daily lives within the sustainable city. The original definition of sustainability c... Read More about Planning for sustainable transport around people's needs.

Taking women's bodily functions into account in urban planning and policy: Public toilets and menstruation (2016)
Journal Article
Greed, C. (2016). Taking women's bodily functions into account in urban planning and policy: Public toilets and menstruation. Town Planning Review, 87(5), 505-524. https://doi.org/10.3828/tpr.2016.35

In this paper, it is argued that public toilets policy is a town planning issue, crucial to creating sustainable, efficient, accessible and equitable cities. Ways of integrating toilet provision into city-wide strategic planning policy and local urba... Read More about Taking women's bodily functions into account in urban planning and policy: Public toilets and menstruation.

Women and toilets (2016)
Presentation / Conference
Greed, C. (2016, July). Women and toilets. Paper presented at Spaces of Transgressive Maternal Practices in the City: The Transgressive City

Many women are concerned about the lack of public toilets, and the poor design and lack of facilities in those that do exist. With reference mainly to the United Kingdom, but with global parallels, this paper considers the role of toilet provision in... Read More about Women and toilets.

Planning for sustainable development around people’s needs (2016)
Presentation / Conference
Greed, C. (2016, July). Planning for sustainable development around people’s needs. Paper presented at Transportation and Infrastructure Planning: AESOP World Planning School Conference

This paper reviews sustainability-driven spatial planning policy from the perspective of ordinary citizens as they seek to travel, live and work, and carry out their daily lives within the sustainable city. The original definition of sustainability c... Read More about Planning for sustainable development around people’s needs.

Religion and Sustainable Urban Planning: ‘If you can't count it, or won't count it, it doesn't count’ (2016)
Journal Article
Greed, C. (2016). Religion and Sustainable Urban Planning: ‘If you can't count it, or won't count it, it doesn't count’. Sustainable Development, 24(3), 154-162. https://doi.org/10.1002/sd.1617

Copyright © 2016 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd and ERP Environment Sustainability objectives are central to modern urban planning. Originally, sustainability had three components, environmental sustainability, economic well-being and social equality: plan... Read More about Religion and Sustainable Urban Planning: ‘If you can't count it, or won't count it, it doesn't count’.

Christianity and planning: Pentecostal churches, occasional paper (2016)
Report
Greed, C. (2016). Christianity and planning: Pentecostal churches, occasional paper

This occasional paper investigates the problems that churches have in trying to get planning permission. Particular problems arise in the case of ethnic-minority churches, including African-majority churches in London. A range of examples are given i... Read More about Christianity and planning: Pentecostal churches, occasional paper.

Ensuring green infrastructure for all (2015)
Book Chapter
Greed, C. (2015). Ensuring green infrastructure for all. In S. Burgess, N. Smith, & D. Sinnett (Eds.), Handbook on Green Infrastructure: Planning, Design and Implementation, . Edward Elgar

Taking women’s bodily functions into account in urban planning and sustainability (2015)
Presentation / Conference
Greed, C. (2015, July). Taking women’s bodily functions into account in urban planning and sustainability. Paper presented at 21st International Sustainability Development Research Society (ISDRS) Conference, The Tipping Point: Vulnerability and Adaptive Capacity

This paper discusses global sanitation issues, in relation to girls and women with reference to toilet provision, menstruation and urbanization. Whilst over 2 billion people lack adequate toilet provision, water supply, sanitation and for that matter... Read More about Taking women’s bodily functions into account in urban planning and sustainability.

Planning sustainable transport around people’s needs (2015)
Presentation / Conference
Greed, C. (2015, July). Planning sustainable transport around people’s needs. Paper presented at 21st International Sustainability Development Research Society (ISDRS) Conference, The Tipping Point: Vulnerability and Adaptive Capacity

This paper reviews sustainability-driven spatial planning policy from the perspective of ordinary citizens as they seek to travel, live and work, and carry out their daily lives within the sustainable city. The original definition of sustainability c... Read More about Planning sustainable transport around people’s needs.



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