Feature

31 October 2014

Greening the Greyfields

Natural disasters can have horrific social and economic impacts - lives are lost, people are injured, infrastructure is damaged and the community is left facing huge repair bills.

Sometimes, however, these disasters also can produce unexpected benefits.

Through CRCSI’s Greening the Greyfields Project a new era of Australia-New Zealand research cooperation has emerged in an innovative project to build sustainable & resilient urban environments. 

New tools are being developed to apply spatial information to urban planning decision-making, for improved economic, social and environmental outcomes related to the redevelopment of older industrial suburbs, in particular those precincts characterised as ‘greyfields’.

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News

27 November 2014

GNSS Research Fellow Positions at Curtin University

Applications are invited for Postdoctoral Research Fellow (full-time, fixed-term, 2 years...

27 November 2014

CRCSI Awards

Awards winners, Mark Judd, Arron Walker, Graeme Wright and James McIntosh...

27 November 2014

CRCSI Newsletter November #45

CRCSI Newsletter #45 can be viewed here You can subscribe to...

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Events

16 February 2015

Remote Sensing Summer School

10 March 2015

Locate15

6 October 2015

9th International Symposium on Digital Earth

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