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A health map for architecture: The determinants of health and wellbeing in buildings (2019)
Book Chapter
Rice, L. (2019). A health map for architecture: The determinants of health and wellbeing in buildings. In M. Jones, L. Rice, & F. Meraz (Eds.), Designing for Health and Wellbeing: Home, City, Society, 155-184. Vernon Press

The health crisis facing society, whereby most humans suffer illness, is related to the design of the built environment. The chapter identifies key issues for built environment design professionals to improve the health of architectural environments.... Read More about A health map for architecture: The determinants of health and wellbeing in buildings.

Delivering urban health through urban planning and design (2019)
Book Chapter
Vojnovic, I., Pearson, A., Asiki, G., DeVerteuil, G., & Allen, A. (2019). Delivering urban health through urban planning and design. In G. Deverteuil (Ed.), Handbook of Global Urban HealthRoutledge

The world is increasingly becoming urban. Estimates show that 54.6% of the world’s population lived in cities in 2016 with a forecast of 60% by 2030 (UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs 2016). The 600 largest cities produce 70% of the world’... Read More about Delivering urban health through urban planning and design.

The language of the unheard: Social media and riot subculture/s (2017)
Book Chapter
Rice, L. (2017). The language of the unheard: Social media and riot subculture/s. In .. The Subcultures Network (Ed.), Youth Culture and Social Change: Making a Difference by Making a Noise, 47-77. Palgrave Macmillan

This chapter examines the relationships between social media, subculture identity and riots. In 2011 riots in Bristol (UK) attracted global media coverage. These riots were one of the first in the UK where social media played a significant role. Soci... Read More about The language of the unheard: Social media and riot subculture/s.

Retrofitting suburbia for health: Scenarios for neighbourhood planning (2015)
Book Chapter
Barton, H., & Grant, M. (2015). Retrofitting suburbia for health: Scenarios for neighbourhood planning. In H. Barton, S. Thompson, S. Burgess, & M. Grant (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Planning for Health and Well-Being: Shaping a Sustainable and Healthy Future, 225-238. Routledge

Barton and Grant, discuss neighbourhood design in depth. The concept and importance of the ‘neighbourhood’ as a setting for health is presented. Spatial patterning of urban growth fits into a number of archetypes, dictated by either market forces or... Read More about Retrofitting suburbia for health: Scenarios for neighbourhood planning.

Freiburg: Green capital of Europe (2015)
Book Chapter
Grant, M., & Barton, H. (2015). Freiburg: Green capital of Europe. In H. Barton, S. Thompson, S. Burgess, & M. Grant (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Planning for Health and Well-Being: Shaping a Sustainable and Healthy Future, 540-551. Routledge

The spatial configuration of Freiburg is examined with respect to how land use and transport policies have been developed that have achieved a good quality of life across the life-course, whilst also minimising global footprint. A systemic analys... Read More about Freiburg: Green capital of Europe.

Informal architecture/s (2015)
Book Chapter
Rice, L. (2015). Informal architecture/s. In L. Rice, & D. Littlefield (Eds.), Transgression: Towards an Expanded Field of Architecture, 87-101. Routledge

This chapter is a critical examination of the architecture/s of informal cities. Informal cities will house the majority of the world’s urban population by the middle of this century. The scale of this new development is unprecedented in its scale, e... Read More about Informal architecture/s.

Public health profession (2014)
Book Chapter
Scally, G. (2014). Public health profession. In T. Culyer (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Health EconomicsElsevier

The public health challenge (2013)
Book Chapter
Scally, G. (2013). The public health challenge. In A. Burnham (Ed.), Together, 33-40. Fabian Society

Strategic approaches to ESD and sustainability at the University of the West of England (2013)
Book Chapter
Grant, M. (2013). Strategic approaches to ESD and sustainability at the University of the West of England. In H. Luna, S. Stirling, & L. Maxey (Eds.), The Sustainable University - Process and Prospects, 252-253. Routledge

This article appears as a case study in Chapter 12 of The Sustainable University - Process and Prospects: "Whole institutional change towards sustainable universities"

Health care targets (2013)
Book Chapter
Gobin, M., & Scally, G. (2013). Health care targets. In M. Hickman, Y. Ben-Shlomo, & S. Brookes (Eds.), Lecture Notes: Epidemiology, Evidence-based Medicine and Public Health, 184-190. Wiley-Blackwell

New generation of energy design tools for low impact buildings (2012)
Book Chapter
Mirani, B., & Mahdjoubi, L. (2012). New generation of energy design tools for low impact buildings. In C. A. Brebbia (Ed.), Eco-Architecture IV, 63-74. Wessex Institute

The thrust of research in the last decades has sought to develop and enhance energy simulation tools to achieve low impact buildings (LIB). Recent efforts involved the integration of energy simulation tools with CAD tools to ensure a better adoption... Read More about New generation of energy design tools for low impact buildings.

Time series information and pivotal events (2012)
Book Chapter
Chatterjee, K., & Dudley, G. (2012). Time series information and pivotal events. In D. Tarrant (Ed.), A New Look at Transport: With the Advantage of HindsightAshgate

Complexity and travel behaviour: A multi-agent simulation for investigating the influence of social aspects on travellers' compliance with a demand management measure (2010)
Book Chapter
Sunitiyoso, Y., Avineri, E., & Chatterjee, K. (2010). Complexity and travel behaviour: A multi-agent simulation for investigating the influence of social aspects on travellers' compliance with a demand management measure. In E. Silva, & G. de Roo (Eds.), A Planners Encounter with Complexity, 209-226. Ashgate

The planning and design of transport systems have an important part in leading travellers to more sustainable and efficient choices. Car-dependence is a prominent problem to be solved in order to reduce traffic congestion. It also affects the general... Read More about Complexity and travel behaviour: A multi-agent simulation for investigating the influence of social aspects on travellers' compliance with a demand management measure.

Bristol: Not a design-led urban renaissance (2009)
Book Chapter
Shaftoe, H., & Tallon, A. (2009). Bristol: Not a design-led urban renaissance. In J. Punter (Ed.), Urban Design and the British Urban Renaissance, 115-131. Routledge