Bangkok Liveability

Published on by Carl Higgs
This project repository hosts content created for the Bangkok Liveability project, through which software was developed to support the calculation, reporting and monitoring of spatial urban indicators of urban liveability for Bangkok. The project was undertaken as a collaboration between the RMIT University's Healthy Liveable Cities group and the Bangkok Metropolitan Adminstration (BMA) which sought to contextualise the concept of liveability for Bangkok, Thailand. Project partners • Healthy Liveable Cities Group, RMIT University • VicHealth • Bangkok Metropolitan Administration • UN Global Compact – Cities Programme • Victorian Government Department of Health and Human Services

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This project was funded by the VicHealth Sustainable Development Goals Partnership Round. Hannah Badland is funded by an RMIT University Vice Chancellor’s Senior Research Fellowship.