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Anna Lyth

Senior Research Fellow

Room 428, Geography Building, Sandy Bay Campus

+61 (3) 6226 2832 (phone)

Anna.Lyth@utas.edu.au

Career summary

Qualifications

DegreeThesis TitleUniversityCountryAwarded
PhDSuburbanisation, Sustainability & Climate Change PolicyMacquarie UniversityAustralia1995
BA (1st Class Hons)Local Labour Markets & Local Policy: the case of PenrithMacquarie UniversityAustralia1990

Languages (other than English)

  • French (basic)
  • German (basic)

Biography

Dr Anna Lyth has a long held active interest in the development of sustainable and resilient urban places and regions and in exploring integrated and complex problems for urban societies affected by global environmental and social change. Following completion of her PhD at the Climatic Impacts Centre, Macquarie University in the mid-1990s, she has worked on urban sustainability, climate change adaptation, and environmental urban policy and planning issues in research, tertiary education, consulting and advocacy roles in both the private and university sectors. Anna has made significant contributions via: the design, development and roll out of pioneering and collaborative sustainable transport initiatives; and climate change adaptation projects, including in the planning education and human health areas. Anna has been actively involved in numerous government, industry and collaborative stakeholder initiatives and advisory activities at national, state and local government level. A number of these have been high-level committees and government Ministerial appointments in NSW and Tasmania.

Research Themes

An interdisciplinarian, Anna's research aligns with the University's research themes EnvironmentResources and Sustainability and CreativityCulture and Society. Her research program revolves around:

  • Understanding the social and regional development implications of social and environmental change to inform policy and planning; and
  • Development of evidence based strategies for building adaptive capacity and resilience within places, communities, institutions, and communities of practice in response to emerging change and future scenarios.

In the climate change adaptation field, projects have included: the application of integrated assessment methods for understanding social and place impacts of climate change, including for human health vulnerability, community risk perceptions and community and institutional resilience; and development of adaptive capacity in professional communities of practice (such as urban and regional planners and the public health sector), and the third sector.

Anna has also a lengthy history of working on urban planning and transport challenges. She is particularly know for her work on understanding social diversity and change in urban travel behaviour, and has been leading a program of work at UTAS on institutional strategies for facilitating more sustainable transport outcomes.

Memberships

Professional practice

Anna has been a member of numerous committees, including advisory and decision-making bodies in NSW, Tasmania, and nationally. The following are some more recent examples:

  • 2000-present: Member of the Planning Institute of Australia (MPIA)
  • 2012-2014: Councillor, Tasmanian Climate Action Council (a Ministerial advisory council)
  • 2010-2012: Vice President, Sustainable Living Tasmania
  • 2002-2003: Alternate member, Central Sydney Planning Committee

Administrative expertise

Anna was the Deputy Vice-Chancellor Research nominee on the UTAS Sustainability Committee (2014-2015).

Teaching

Climate Change Adaptation, Transport Policy and Planning, Strategic Urban Planning, Sustainable Urban and Regional Development, Society and Environment, Vulnerability and Risk Assessment, Environmental Planning, Stakeholder Analysis, Integrated Assessment and Systems Approaches, Urban Planning, Human Health Vulnerability, Social and Environment Change, Community and Urban Resilience

Teaching expertise

While at Macquarie University (2000-2007) Anna oversaw the professionally accredited postgraduate Environmental Planning Degree program, extensively involving her in curriculum and unit design, unit co-ordination and teaching in environmental and urban planning units. At the University of Tasmania Anna's role has largely been research oriented, contributing to teaching in her areas of expertise, advising on curriculum and unit design, and student research project supervision.

Teaching responsibility

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Expertise

  • Climate change adaptation, resilience assessment and capacity building
  • Human health and planning
  • Integrated social-ecological climate change vulnerability assessment
  • Sustainable transport and travel behaviour
  • Urban and regional development for sustainability and resilience
  • Education for sustainability and climate change adaptation

Awards

  • 2014: Winner, (UTAS Commercial Service and Development) Green Gown Awards Australasia 2014: Facilities & Services Category, University of Tasmania – 'Thinking Outside the Rectangle: Beyond the car-park for sustainable transport' (Project leads Corey Peterson & Anna Lyth).
  • 2013: Cutting edge research and teaching award, Planning Excellence: 2013 Tasmania Awards
  • 2007: International Women's Day Award from the International Union for Conservation of Nature, in recognition of ongoing commitment to climate change research and education
  • 2005: John Taplin Prize for the best paper at the 27th Australasian Transport Research Forum

Collaboration

Anna is involved in a number of collaborative multi-institution national and international projects, including:

  • The internationally collaborative project, CADWAGO: Climate change adaptation and water governance - reconciling food security, renewable energy and the provision of multiple ecosystem services, funded by Riksbankens Jubileumsfond, Volkswagen Foundation, and Compagnia di San Paolo.
  • Smoke impacts on community health and social perceptions, funded by Department of Environment and Primary Industry Victoria, and led by UTAS Menzies Institute for Medical Research in collaboration with Monash University a number of other institutions.

Current projects

Anna's current projects are:

  • CADWAGO Climate change adaptation and water governance - reconciling food security, renewable energy and the provision of multiple ecosystem services (Work Package 2)
  • Smoke impacts on community health and social perceptions (social research component)
  • Valuing Third Sector Sustainability Organisations
  • University of Tasmania Sustainable Transport Research Program (including travel behavior research)

Her recent projects include:

Fields of Research

  • Environmental Management (050205)
  • Health Policy (160508)
  • Land Use and Environmental Planning (120504)

Research Objectives

  • Climate Change Adaptation Measures (960301)
  • Social Impacts of Climate Change and Variability (960311)
  • Environmentally Sustainable Transport (889899)

Publications

Total publications

36

Highlighted publications

(6 outputs)
YearTypeCitationAltmetrics
2016Journal ArticleLyth A, Harwood A, Hobday AJ, McDonald J, 'Place influences in framing and understanding climate change adaptation challenges', Local Environment, 21, (6) pp. 730-751. ISSN 1354-9839 (2016) [Refereed Article]

DOI: 10.1080/13549839.2015.1015974 [eCite] [Details]

Citations: Scopus - 1Web of Science - 1

Co-authors: Harwood A; McDonald J

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2015Journal ArticleLyth A, Holbrook NJ, 'Assessing an indirect health implication of a changing climate: Ross River Virus in a temperate island state', Climate Risk Management, 10 pp. 77-94. ISSN 2212-0963 (2015) [Refereed Article]

DOI: 10.1016/j.crm.2015.06.004 [eCite] [Details]

Citations: Scopus - 2Web of Science - 2

Co-authors: Holbrook NJ

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2014Chapter in BookKithiia J, Lyth A, 'Building Resilience in East African Cities: The Spirit of 'Harambee': Adaptive Capacity: The Nexus Between Sustainability and Climate Change Response', Values in Sustainable Development, Routledge, J Appleton (ed), Oxon, United Kingdom, pp. 273-285. ISBN 978-0415643504 (2014) [Research Book Chapter]

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2005Journal ArticleLyth A, Holbrook NJ, Beggs PJ, 'Climate, urbanisation and vulnerability to vector-borne disease in subtropical coastal Australia: Sustainable policy for a changing environment', Global Environmental Change Part B: Environmental Hazards, 6, (4) pp. 189-200. ISSN 1464-2867 (2005) [Refereed Article]

DOI: 10.1016/j.hazards.2006.10.001 [eCite] [Details]

Citations: Scopus - 7

Co-authors: Holbrook NJ

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2005Journal ArticleRees C, Lyth A, 'Exploring the future of car use for an ageing society: Preliminary results from a Sydney study', Road and Transport Research, 14, (2) pp. 85-95. ISSN 1037-5783 (2005) [Refereed Article]

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1999Journal ArticleDowling R, Lyth A, O'Dwyer B, 'A Gender perspective on urban car use: A qualitative case study', Urban Policy and Research: An Australian and New Zealand Guide to Urban Affairs, 17, (2) pp. 101-110. ISSN 0811-1146 (1999) [Refereed Article]

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Journal Article

(14 outputs)
YearCitationAltmetrics
2017Lyth A, Baldwin C, Davison A, Fidelman P, Booth K, et al., 'Valuing third sector sustainability organisations - qualitative contributions to systemic social transformation', Local Environment, 22, (1) pp. 1-21. ISSN 1354-9839 (2017) [Refereed Article]

DOI: 10.1080/13549839.2016.1149457 [eCite] [Details]

Co-authors: Davison A; Booth K

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2016Lyth A, Harwood A, Hobday AJ, McDonald J, 'Place influences in framing and understanding climate change adaptation challenges', Local Environment, 21, (6) pp. 730-751. ISSN 1354-9839 (2016) [Refereed Article]

DOI: 10.1080/13549839.2015.1015974 [eCite] [Details]

Citations: Scopus - 1Web of Science - 1

Co-authors: Harwood A; McDonald J

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2016Davidson JL, Jacobson C, Lyth A, Dedekorkut-Howes A, Baldwin CL, et al., 'Interrogating resilience: toward a typology to improve its operationalization', Ecology and Society, 21, (2) Article 27. ISSN 1708-3087 (2016) [Refereed Article]

DOI: 10.5751/ES-08450-210227 [eCite] [Details]

Citations: Scopus - 7Web of Science - 7

Co-authors: Davidson JL; Ellison JC; Holbrook NJ

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2015Lyth A, Holbrook NJ, 'Assessing an indirect health implication of a changing climate: Ross River Virus in a temperate island state', Climate Risk Management, 10 pp. 77-94. ISSN 2212-0963 (2015) [Refereed Article]

DOI: 10.1016/j.crm.2015.06.004 [eCite] [Details]

Citations: Scopus - 2Web of Science - 2

Co-authors: Holbrook NJ

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2015de Lourdes Melo Zurita M, Thomsen DC, Smith TF, Lyth A, Preston BL, et al., 'Reframing water: contesting H2O within the European Union', Geoforum, 65 pp. 170-178. ISSN 0016-7185 (2015) [Refereed Article]

DOI: 10.1016/j.geoforum.2015.07.022 [eCite] [Details]

Citations: Scopus - 3Web of Science - 4

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2012Davidson J, Lyth A, 'Education for climate change adaptation - enhancing the contemporary relevance of planning education for a range of wicked problems', Journal for Education in the Built Environment, 7, (2) pp. 63-83. ISSN 1747-4205 (2012) [Refereed Article]

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Co-authors: Davidson J

2011Kithiia J, Lyth A, 'Urban wildscapes and green spaces in Mombasa and their potential contribution to climate change adaptation and mitigation', Environment and Urbanization, 23, (1) pp. 251-265. ISSN 0956-2478 (2011) [Refereed Article]

DOI: 10.1177/0956247810396054 [eCite] [Details]

Citations: Scopus - 24Web of Science - 20

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2007Lyth A, de Chastel L, 'Shifting towards sustainability: Education for climate change adaptation in the built environment sector', Australian Planner, 44, (3) pp. 12-14. ISSN 0729-3682 (2007) [Non Refereed Article]

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2006Lyth A, 'Climate proofing Australian urban planning: Working towards successful adaptation', Australian Planner, 43, (2) pp. 12-15. ISSN 0729-3682 (2006) [Refereed Article]

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2005Lyth A, Holbrook NJ, Beggs PJ, 'Climate, urbanisation and vulnerability to vector-borne disease in subtropical coastal Australia: Sustainable policy for a changing environment', Global Environmental Change Part B: Environmental Hazards, 6, (4) pp. 189-200. ISSN 1464-2867 (2005) [Refereed Article]

DOI: 10.1016/j.hazards.2006.10.001 [eCite] [Details]

Citations: Scopus - 7

Co-authors: Holbrook NJ

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2005Rees C, Lyth A, 'Exploring the future of car use for an ageing society: Preliminary results from a Sydney study', Road and Transport Research, 14, (2) pp. 85-95. ISSN 1037-5783 (2005) [Refereed Article]

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1999Dowling R, Lyth A, O'Dwyer B, 'A Gender perspective on urban car use: A qualitative case study', Urban Policy and Research: An Australian and New Zealand Guide to Urban Affairs, 17, (2) pp. 101-110. ISSN 0811-1146 (1999) [Refereed Article]

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1996Lyth A, 'To sprawl or not to sprawl', Australian Planner, 33, (3) pp. 136-141. ISSN 0729-3682 (1996) [Refereed Article]

DOI: 10.1080/07293682.1996.9658098 [eCite] [Details]

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1992Lyth A, 'Urban Sustainability Issues in Contemporary Bangkok', Geography Teachers Association of New South Wales. Geography Bulletin, 24, (2) pp. 141-148. ISSN 0156-9236 (1992) [Professional, Refereed Article]

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Book

(2 outputs)
YearCitationAltmetrics
2013McDonald J, Harkin J, Harwood A, Hobday A, Lyth A, et al., 'Supporting evidence-based adaptation decision-making in Tasmania: a synthesis of climate change adaptation research', National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, Gold Coast, pp. 173. ISBN 978-1-925039-81-8 (2013) [Authored Research Book]

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Co-authors: McDonald J; Harwood A; Meinke HB

2007Lyth A, Nichols S, Tilbury D, 'Shifting towards sustainability: Education for climate change adaptation in the built environment sector', Australian Research Institute in Education for Sustainability (ARIES), NSW, Australia, pp. 54. ISBN 978 1 74138 256 3 (2007) [Authored Other Book]

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Chapter in Book

(3 outputs)
YearCitationAltmetrics
2015Barnett G, Berry H, Tait P, Fleming AJ, Hanson-Easy S, et al., 'Group 4: livelihood and disadvantage', Climate change challenges to health: risks and opportunities - recommendations from the 2014 Theo Murphy High Flyers Think Tank, Australian Academy of Science, B Armstrong (ed), Canberra, pp. 15-17. ISBN 978 0 85847 414 7 (2015) [Other Book Chapter]

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Co-authors: Fleming AJ

2014Kithiia J, Lyth A, 'Building Resilience in East African Cities: The Spirit of 'Harambee': Adaptive Capacity: The Nexus Between Sustainability and Climate Change Response', Values in Sustainable Development, Routledge, J Appleton (ed), Oxon, United Kingdom, pp. 273-285. ISBN 978-0415643504 (2014) [Research Book Chapter]

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2005Rahnama MR, Lyth A, 'Accessibility and urban environment sustainability in Sydney (1991-2001)', Environmental Health Risk III, WIT Press, CA Brebbia, V Popov, D Fayzelva (ed), United Kingdom, pp. 471-480. ISBN 978-1-84564-026-2 (2005) [Research Book Chapter]

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Review

(1 outputs)
YearCitationAltmetrics
2015Lyth A, 'Community resilience and environmental transitions', Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, 22, (3) pp. 374-375. ISSN 1448-6563 (2015) [Review Single Work]

DOI: 10.1080/14486563.2015.1023691 [eCite] [Details]

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Conference Publication

(11 outputs)
YearCitationAltmetrics
2015Lyth A, Johnston F, Spinaze A, 'Community health risk perceptions on planned burning: bolstering the risk management and communication evidence base', Public Health Congress 2015, 7-9 September 2015, Hobart, Australia (2015) [Conference Extract]

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Co-authors: Johnston F

2014Lyth A, 'Smoke impacts of community health: social perceptions', 11-12 December, University of Melbourne, Creswick Campus, Victoria, pp. 1-3. (2014) [Conference Edited]

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2014Lyth A, Peterson C, 'A real sustainable transport strategy: integrating operations and facilities planning with academic endeavors and community relevance', 14th International Australasian Campuses Towards Sustainability (ACTS) Conference, 5-7 November 2014, Hobart, Tasmania (2014) [Conference Extract]

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Co-authors: Peterson C

2014Archer A, Lyth A, Peterson C, 'Evidence base for university sustainable transport planning', 14th International Australasian Campuses Towards Sustainability (ACTS) Conference, 5-7 November 2014, Hobart, Tasmania (2014) [Conference Extract]

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Co-authors: Archer A; Peterson C

2013Dennekamp M, Reisen F, Haikerwal A, Abramson M, Jalaludin B, et al., 'Smoke impacts on community health and social perceptions', 10th Bushfire CRC Annual Conference, 2-5 September 2013, Melbourne, Australia (2013) [Conference Extract]

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Co-authors: Johnston F

2013Lyth A, Holbrook N, 'Exploring the Health Effects of a Subtly Changing Climate: risk and vulnerability to Ross River Virus in Tasmania, Australia', Conference Program for the Fifth International Conference on Climate Change: Impacts and Responses, 18-19 July 2013, Port-Louis, Mauritius, pp. 25. (2013) [Conference Extract]

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Co-authors: Holbrook N

2007Askew M, Lyth A, 'Fertile Ground Or Barren Soil? Lessons from Corporate Ecological Responsiveness for Workplace Travel Management', The 30th Australasian Transport Research Forum (ATRF07), 2007, Melbourne, Victoria (2007) [Refereed Conference Paper]

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2005Lyth A, Beggs PJ, Holbrook NJ, 'Vector borne disease in urban subtropical coastal zones: planning perspectives for an emerging natural hazard', Planning for Natural Hazards: How Can We Mitigate Impacts?, February, Wollongong, NSW, pp. 89-102. ISBN 1741281156 (2005) [Refereed Conference Paper]

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Co-authors: Holbrook NJ

2004Rees C, Lyth A, 'Exploring the Future of Car Use for an Ageing Society: preliminary results from a Sydney study'', 27th Australasian Transport Research Forum, September 29 - October 1, Adelaide, South Australia, pp. 1-15. (2004) [Refereed Conference Paper]

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2002Lyth-Gollner Anna, Dowling R, 'Implications of Household Form, Gender & Parenting Cultures on Car Use & Urban Transport Policy: a Sydney Study', 25th Australasian Transport Research Forum Incorporating the BTRE Transport Policy Colloquium, October 2-4, Canberra, ACT (2002) [Refereed Conference Paper]

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1999Hutabarat R, Banfield K, Lyth A, Diesendorf M, 'Social sustainability in passenger transport', Proceedings of the Australasian Environmental Engineering Conference, July 1999, Auckland, New Zealand, pp. 131-136. (1999) [Non Refereed Conference Paper]

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Contract Report, Consultant's Report

(2 outputs)
YearCitationAltmetrics
2014Archer A, Lyth A, Peterson CJ, 'University of Tasmania 2013 Travel Behaviour Survey: Summary of Findings', University of Tasmania (2014) [Contract Report]

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Co-authors: Archer A; Peterson CJ

2013Lyth A, Allchin RC, Bell EJ, Holbrook NJ, 'Ross Rover Virus in Tasmania in a changing climate: a vulnerability assessment', Department of Premier and Cabinet, Office of Climate Change (2013) [Contract Report]

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Co-authors: Allchin RC; Bell EJ; Holbrook NJ

Other Public Output

(3 outputs)
YearCitationAltmetrics
2015Lyth A, Peterson CJ, Singh KB, Hutson NH, Pharo EJ, et al., 'Improving Planning Processes and Practices for the University of Tasmania Sustainable Transport Strategy 2010-2016', Awards for Planning Excellence 2015, Tasmania, Australia (2015) [Award]

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Co-authors: Peterson CJ; Singh KB; Hutson NH; Pharo EJ; Archer A

2013Davidson J, Lyth A, 'Cutting edge research and teaching award', Planning Excellence: 2013 Tasmania Awards, Planning Institute Australia (2013) [Award]

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Co-authors: Davidson J

2005Rees C, Lyth A, 'Exploring the future of car use for an ageing society: preliminary results from a Sydney study', John Taplin Prize for the best paper, at 27th Australasian Transport Research Forum (2005) [Award]

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Grants & Funding

Funding Summary

Number of grants

7

Total funding

$7,764,786

Projects

Climate change adaptation and water governance: reconciling food security, renewable energy and the provision of multiple ecosystem services (CADWAGO) (2013 - 2015)$1,500,000
Description
The aim of CADWAGO (Climate change adaptation and water governance: reconciling food security, renewable energy and the provision of multiple ecosystem services) is to address the global challenge of water security through enabling appropriate responses to the impacts of climate change on water resources. CADWAGO will promote systemic and adaptive transformations in water governance by developing knowledge to support conceptual, institutional and practice based innovations. It is by way of these transformations in governance that CADWAGO will address the kinds of multi-level multistakeholder collective action that will improve climate change adaptation responses, from a water security perspective. Through this approach both the livelihoods of communities and the ecosystem services that are dependent on water will be enhanced.
Funding
European Union ($1,500,000)
Scheme
Grant
Administered By
University of the Sunshine Coast
Research Team
Powell N; Holbrook NJ; Lyth A; Plummer R; Tomlinson R; Preston B; Roggero P; Westberg L; Ison R; Leeuwis C; Smith T
Period
2013 - 2015
Smoke impacts on community health and social perceptions (2012 - 2016)$685,000
Description
This project addresses current gaps in the evidence about the social perceptions and community health impacts of prescribed burning, an essential component of bushfire management in Australia. As fire is an integral part of the Australian landscape, exposure to fire smoke is inevitable for the majority of Australians. Current evidence suggests that public health harm is likely to be minimised by proactive management through prescribed burning, rather than relying on reactive management of severe bushfires as they arise. Prescribed burning is associated with community health risks as there is currently no known threshold below which smoke particles are not associated with a range of adverse health effects. These risks need to be clearly identified and quantified in order to: 1) compare with the health risks of failing to intervene to reduce the hazard of severe bushfires; and 2) enable evidence based management of these risks to increase the safety and public acceptability of prescribed burning.
Funding
Department of Environment and Primary Industry Victoria ($685,000)
Scheme
Grant-Project
Administered By
University of Tasmania
Research Team
Johnston F; Dennekamp M; Abramson M; Morgan GG; Jalaludin B; Reisen F; Marks GB; Lyth A
Period
2012 - 2016
Vector Borne Disease in Tasmania under Climate Change: Developing Scenarios of Risk and Vulnerability and Strategies for Building Adaptive Capacity (2012)$19,986
Funding
Tasmanian Climate Change Office ($19,986)
Scheme
Grant-ClimateConnect
Administered By
University of Tasmania
Research Team
Lyth A; Holbrook NJ; Bell EJ
Year
2012
Valuing third sector sustainability organisations (2012)$19,800
Description
A growing range of third sector organisations, including community organisations, social enterprises, and cooperatives, are working to promote transitions to more sustainable communities. Through case studies with such organisations in Tasmania and Queensland's Sunshine Coast, and an exploration of approaches to measuring social transition, the study will scope their role in delivering government programs, creating partnerships and transforming governance paradigms.
Funding
University of the Sunshine Coast ($19,800)
Scheme
Grant-USC Research Futures Project Seed Funding
Administered By
University of Tasmania
Research Team
Lyth A; Davison AG; Baldwin C; Fidelman P
Year
2012
Fiscal Sustainability and urban form in Tasmania (2012)$20,000
Description
The project aims to assess the availability of data,expert collaboration and applicability of existing methods for spatiallyexplicit state fiscal modeling in Tasmania.This project will yield an assessment of the resources available and initial modeling of the spatial component of the costs of public services provision for case study regions in Tasmania. This will allow state and local governments to evaluate public expenditures on a parcel by parcel basis with consideration of urban form including parcel size,location and land-‐use classification.Ultimately, this research will enable the evaluation of the fiscal implications of changes to parcel sizes(fragmentation)and changes to land use in regional and local planning and decision making.
Funding
University of the Sunshine Coast ($20,000)
Scheme
Grant-USC Research Futures Project Seed Funding
Administered By
University of the Sunshine Coast
Research Team
Lieske S N; Lyth A
Year
2012
University of Sunshine Coast Research Futures Project (2012 - 2014)$5,450,000
Description
The USC Research Futures Project is an integrated package of initiatives that will drive increased quantity and quality in USCs research effort. It has two key elements:1. Realising collaboration with strategic research partners.2. Increasing USCs internal research collaboration capacity.The research partners were strategically selected for their leadership in research areasaligned with USCs strengths (water, sustainability, forests, aquaculture), researchdevelopment strategies and their track record for successful collaboration. These partnersare: Griffith University, including the University of Queensland via the Australian Waterand Environmental Research Alliance. University of Tasmania. Queensland University of Technology.
Funding
Department of Industry and Science ($5,450,000)
Scheme
Grant-Collaborative Research Networks
Administered By
University of the Sunshine Coast
Research Team
Maconachie D; Pankhurst N; Koutoulis A; Burnett P; Potts BM; Battaglene SC; Holbrook NJ; Freeman JS; Lyth A; Steane DA; Cobcroft JM
Period
2012 - 2014
Supporting evidence-based adaptation decision-making in Tasmania - the state of adaptation research (2012)$70,000
Funding
Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency ($70,000)
Scheme
Grant-NCCARF Synthesis and Integrative Research
Administered By
University of Tasmania
Research Team
McDonald J; Meinke HB; Lyth A; Hobday A; Wilson Louise
Year
2012