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UNSW CFRC - Co-benefits of Low-carbon Precincts Melbourne (Point) 2019

This dataset presents the location of points representing data used to build the models for the Low Carbon CRC Co-Benefits Calculator Tool in Melbourne. The dataset brings together authentic information from various sources on accessibility, walkability, social, cultural and sports amenities, health and educational infrastructure, personal feelings of safety and community trust, mental health, productivity, etc.

This project has been developed by members of the University of Melbourne's Transport Health and Urban Design Research Hub for the Low Carbon Living CRC. The calculator will estimate co-benefits associated with a range of alternative precinct designs and transport/land-use configurations across health, productivity, and pollution associated with greenhouse gases and particulate emissions. The calculator will estimate population health status (with respect to chronic disease and injury) and productivity at a precinct (or greater) level. It will enable government regulators, developers, precinct planners, designers and local government officials to estimate the population health and productivity effects of various precinct design scenarios.

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Last Updated March 20, 2020, 06:15 (UTC)
Created November 1, 2019, 00:09 (UTC)
License Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC 4.0)
AURIN Open API ID aurin:datasource-UNSW_CFRC-UNSW_CFRC_GEONODE_geonode_Co_benefits
Aggregation Level NA
Attribute List Body Mass Index, Cluster number, Dwelling density, Education level, EstMinPT, EstMnCar, EstSocCap, Estimated general health, FeelSafe, Geometry, Household income, Land use diversity, LifeSat, Mental health, MultiPosv, NoMnSitDay, NoMnSitEnd, NoPeoTalk, NoWalk10Mn, Number of bus stops, Number of commercial facilities, Number of commercial premises, Number of cultural facilities, Number of educational facilities, Number of health centre facilities, Number of industrial premises, Number of intersection, Number of public buildings, Number of sports facilities, Number of train stops, Number of tram stops, PeoTrust, Population density, Postcode, Property base number, RegionID, Serves Vegetables, Take away meals, Total minute walked
Attribution University of New South Wales - City Futures Research Centre, (2019): UNSW CFRC - Co-benefits of Low-carbon Precincts Melbourne (Point) 2019; accessed from AURIN on [date of access].
Coordinate Ref. System EPSG:4283 (GDA_1994)
Copyright Notice © University of New South Wales - City Futures Research Centre 2019
Geometry Field the_geom
Key PropBaseNu
Type dataset
spatial {"type": "Polygon", "coordinates": [[[140.96, -39.16], [149.98, -39.16], [149.98, -33.98], [140.96, -33.98], [140.96, -39.16]]]}