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  • Rickwood, Peter; Knight, David (Promaco Conventions, 2009)
    There is a large body of medical research on the health impacts of local traffic air pollution. Vehicle emissions, road dust and tyre fragmentation together cause an increase in atmospheric levels of carbon monoxide, sulphur ...
  • Rickwood, Peter (Routledge and Planning Institute of Australia, 2010)
    Oil is the dominant motorized transportation fuel used in most countries, including Australia. Many other oil-derived products and services are important to the functioning of the Australian economy. It makes sense, then, ...
  • Glazebrook, Garry; Rickwood, Peter (Alexandrine Press, 2008)
    This paper examines the potential implications of peak oil and global warming for urban passenger transport in Sydney. After analysing patterns of transport fuel consumption and greenhouse emissions for Sydney, the paper ...
  • Glazebrook, Garry; Rickwood, Peter (SOAC, 2007)
    Paper describes and analyses strategies for reducing fuel consumption, energy use and greenhouse emissions from transport in Sydney
  • Rickwood, Peter; Karantonis, Angelo (Pacific Rim Real Estate Society, 2007)
    We adopt a simple present value (PV) method
  • Rickwood, Peter (Routledge, 2009)
    Despite decades of debate in urban research about the effect of built form on household energy use, the empirical research on the topic is still far from conclusive. Many studies rely on small samples and fail to control ...
  • Rickwood, Peter; Glazebrook, Garry (Routledge, 2009)
    Studies looking at the relationship between urban form and travel behaviour have generally considered spatial information at coarse metropolitan or local government area scales. We analyse ABS census data at the Collection ...
  • Rickwood, Peter; Glazebrook, Garry; Searle, Glen (Routledge, 2008)
    The nature and form of the urban environment is a critical determinant of the sustainability of our society, as it is responsible directly for a large proportion of consumed energy, and influences indirectly the patterns ...
  • Boydell, Spike; Giurco, Damien; Rickwood, Peter; Glazebrook, Garry; Zeibots, Michelle; White, Stuart (The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development / The World Bank, 2010)
    This chapter describes an integrated assessment model for city-scale urban development that links the energy used in passenger transport (public and private) and residential in-house energy use. The model divides the urban ...
  • Boydell, Spike; Giurco, Damien; Rickwood, Peter; Glazebrook, Garry; Zeibots, Michelle; White, Stuart; Thomas, Leena (Urban Research Symposium, World Bank, 2009)
    This paper presents a single, integrated urban model that focuses on the key areas of transport, domestic energy-use, and domestic water use and how these relate to urban planning and other policies. The model structure ...