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1370.0 - Measures of Australia's Progress, 2013  
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Measures of Australia's Progress

Further info for healthy built environment

Need some more info on the healthy built environment theme? Hopefully this page can point you in the right direction
This page contains the following further information for healthy built environment:
GLOSSARY

Built environment

The Australia State of the Environment 2011 report describes the built environment as 'the human-made surroundings where people gather to live, work, and play. It encompasses both the physical structures where people do these activities and the infrastructures, such as transport, water, and energy networks. The built environment is a material, spatial and cultural product of human labour and imagination.' (State of the Environment 2011 Committee, 2011)
REFERENCES

Australian Government Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities, 2010, 'State of the Air in Australia: 1999-2008', Canberra, DSEWPaC <http://www.environment.gov.au/>

Property Council of Australia, 2013, 'My City: The people's verdict' <https://www.propertyoz.com.au>

State of the Environment 2011 Committee, 2011, 'Australia: State of the environment, 2011', Independent report to the Australian Government Minister for Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities, Canberra, DSEWPaC <http://www.environment.gov.au/>


Click on the links below to be taken to a summary of the graphs from the corresponding tab within the healthy built environment theme:

Overall progress?
People friendly




OVERALL PROGRESS?
Capital city residents who feel that their city has a good road network and minimal traffic congestion
Headline progress indicator
...by capital city
Image: Graph - Capital city residents who feel that their city has a good road network and minimal traffic congestion
Source:
Unpublished data from the Property Council of Australia's 2010, 2011 and 2012 'My City' surveys conducted by Auspoll
Image: Graph - Capital city residents who feel that their city has a good road network and minimal traffic congestion by capital city
Source:
Unpublished data from the Property Council of Australia's 2010, 2011 and 2012 'My City' surveys conducted by Auspoll

PEOPLE FRIENDLY
Capital city residents who feel that their city has a good road network and minimal traffic congestion
Progress indicator
...by capital city
Image: Graph - Capital city residents who feel that their city has a good road network and minimal traffic congestion
Source:
Unpublished data from the Property Council of Australia's 2010, 2011 and 2012 'My City' surveys conducted by Auspoll
Image: Graph - Capital city residents who feel that their city has a good road network and minimal traffic congestion by capital city
Source:
Unpublished data from the Property Council of Australia's 2010, 2011 and 2012 'My City' surveys conducted by Auspoll

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