The theme of this year’s International Open Access week is ‘Open for Climate Justice’. The theme seeks to encourage connection and collaboration among the climate movement and the international open community. In this spirit we have complied a reading list of the latest research from our Planning journals, Town Planning Review (TPR) and International Development Planning Review (IDPR), that examines climate resilience, environmental justice, energy access, and climate-change research, and is available to read Open Access.
Featured in Town Planning Review 93.5: COVID-19 and the rise of digital planning: fast and slow adoption of a digital planning system, by Alexander Wilson and Mark Tewdwr-Jones.
Featured in Town Planning Review 93.4: Effects of new construction and renovation on ethnic and social mixing in apartment buildings in Estonia, by Daniel B. Hess, Annika Väiko, and Tiit Tammaru.
Featured in Town Planning Review 93.3: 'Ethical principles in an increasingly diverse planning profession: the potential impact of different types of planners' by Hannah Hickman and John Sturzaker.
We are pleased to announce that our Subscribe to Open initiative, LUP Open Planning has now reached its target for 2022. This means that this year's content for our planning and development journals, Town Planning Review and International Development Planning Review, is now available via Open Access!