Jeff Kenworthy on Day 2

Jeffrey Kenworthy, Institute for Sustainability and Technology Policy at Murdoch University, Perth Australia

Jeff Kenworthy is a Professor in Sustainable Cities, Institute for Sustainability and Technology Policy, Murdoch University, Western Australia. He has worked in the transportation and planning field for over 22 years in comparative urban research, consulting in traffic engineering, private and public transport, urban planning and design, housing and energy. He studies international comparisons of transport and land use in cities; urban form and development patterns and their economic, environmental and social implications; public transport systems; urban design and energy conservation in transport. Recent publications include: Sustainability & Cities: Overcoming Automobile Dependence (Island Press, 1999)

School of Sustainability, Murdoch University: www.sustainability.murdoch.edu.au

2 Responses to Jeff Kenworthy on Day 2

  1. ISAAC NYAMWENO says:

    Dr. Jeffrey Kenworthy, Professor in Sustainable Cities, Institute for Sustainability and Technology Policy at Murdoch University in Western Australia

    I AM KEEN TO PURSUE PHD IN SUSTAINABLE CITIES AND I KINDLY REQUEST YOU TO BE MY SUPERVISOR. I HOLD M.A IN URBAN &REGIONAL PLANNING FRO UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI
    MY CONCEPT PAPER IS TITLED “CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR ADAPTING URBAN PLANNING AND GOVERNANCE TO CLIMATE CHANGE IN COASTAL CITIES OF EAST AFRICA”

    KIND REGARDS

    ISAAC NYAMWENO
    KENYA

    • kleighmi says:

      Isaac,

      The call for papers is closed by this point. Please get back in touch with us for next year’s conference. Also, as an fyi, Dr. Kenworthy won’t be attending the Ecocity Summit in Istanbul.

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