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Geography - Liveability - Year 7: Place & Liveability

What is Liveability

How to Measure Livability

The Global Liveability Index assesses which locations across the world provide the best or worst conditions for living. The index is used to assess 140 cities from around the world, taking into account the factors of Stability, Healthcare, Culture and Environment, Education and Infrastructure. Each year, a report is generated based on the assessment of these factors .Source...

Adelaide Liveable city

Case Studies

Access to Services and Facilities

Social Connectedness and Isolation

Liveable Cities

Creating more Liveable Cities

Crime Safety and Liveability

What is Liveability

Liveability and sustainable living
This unit of work provides learning experiences for year 7 students in geography through an investigation of the concepts of liveability and sustainable living. Students develop understanding of these concepts through a number of activities, which make use of online resources.Source


Factors influencing Liveability

Where in Australia do you live? How far from the coast are you?
The Australian mainland covers an area of 7,659,861 square km. Australia is the world's sixth-largest country, with close to 36,000 km of coastline.
Overwhelmingly, this is where most Australians live, with more than 85 per cent of the population living within 50 km of the coast.
Are you part of that 85 per cent?Source

What makes a suburb liveable

Some of the indicators used in this study, such as green space and access to transport, are commonly accepted as measurements of liveability, while some of the indicators, like harbour views, ferry access and proximity to the beach, are unique to Sydney.Source

Geography Teachers' Liveability survey

Liveability and perceptions of liveability

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