Dr Tony Matthews
Tony Matthews is an award-winning Urban and Environmental Planner with portfolios in academia, practice and the media. He is a faculty member at Griffith University, where he is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Environment & Science and the Cities Research Institute.
In addition to a Masters and PhD in Planning, Tony holds the professional designation of Chartered Town Planner, earned through the Royal Town Planning Institute.
Tony’s research and practice interests include adapting cities to climate change impacts; the role and function of green infrastructure; sustainable and low carbon design; the interplay between built environments and human health; and achieving high quality urban design outcomes.
|1||How should we measure exemplar cities?|
|2||Are 15-minute cities realistic?|
|3||What rising temperatures mean for the elderly|