Dr Adrienne Keane

G04 - Wilkinson Building
The University of Sydney

Biographical details

Adrienne Keane is a lecturer, researcher and urban planner. Her primary research interest is in the area of statutory land use planning particularly the consequences of policies in nature conservation. Adrienne is a graduate of the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning having completed a Master in Urban and Regional Planning and a PhD. Current research falls under the umbrella of protecting natural values in cities.

Adrienne is a member of the Urban Specialist Group, part of IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas; an Associate Member with the Planning Institute of Australia; a board member of the International Urban Planning & Environment Association; and the community representative (President), Observatory Hill Environmental Education Centre, NSW Department of Education.

Teaching and supervision

Postgraduate:

Planning Principles, Systems and Practice

Planning Research Project

Planning Research Dissertation

History and Theory of Planning and Design

Undergraduate:

Living Cities (Bachelor of Architecture and Environments)

City Form and Structure (Bachelor of Architecture and Environments)

Current research students

Project title Research student
Understanding the Role of the Urban Agriculture in the Transformation of the Village in the City in Contemporary Urban China: Case studies in Kunming, Yunnan Province Yuan WEI

Selected publications

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Conferences

  • Keane, A., Davies, P. (2015). Protected Areas - what do they face when located within a city planning for substantial growth. State of Australian Cities National Conference (SOAC) 2015, Gold Coast: Urban Research Program at Griffith University on behalf of the Australian Cities Research Network.
  • Keane, A. (2012). Land use planning for the interface between a natural world heritage area and a global city. The 10th International Urban Planning and Environment Association Symposium, Sydney: University of Sydney.
  • Keane, A. (2011). Urban planning's contribution to conservation of natural protect areas. BiodiverCities 2010, Paris, France: BiodiverCities.
  • Keane, A. (2010). Urban planning's contribution to conservation of natural protected areas: the views of communities living in the interface between urban settlements and a natural world heritage area. BiodiverCities 2010, Paris, France: BiodiverCities.
  • Keane, A. (2009). Planning for the interface between natural world heritage areas and cities – a look at Sydney and the Greater Blue Mountains. State of Australian Cities National Conference 09, Perth: Australian Sustainable Cities Research Network.
  • Keane, A. (2009). Planning for the interface between natural world heritage cities - a look at Sydney and the Greater Blue mountains. State of Australian Cities National Conference 09, Perth: Australian Sustainable Cities Research Network.

Report

  • Keane, A. (2011). Planning for the interface between natural world heritage areas and cities. A report of the findings of a household questionnaire of the residents in the Upper Blues Mountains, December 2009.

2015

  • Keane, A., Davies, P. (2015). Protected Areas - what do they face when located within a city planning for substantial growth. State of Australian Cities National Conference (SOAC) 2015, Gold Coast: Urban Research Program at Griffith University on behalf of the Australian Cities Research Network.

2012

  • Keane, A. (2012). Land use planning for the interface between a natural world heritage area and a global city. The 10th International Urban Planning and Environment Association Symposium, Sydney: University of Sydney.

2011

  • Keane, A. (2011). Planning for the interface between natural world heritage areas and cities. A report of the findings of a household questionnaire of the residents in the Upper Blues Mountains, December 2009.
  • Keane, A. (2011). Urban planning's contribution to conservation of natural protect areas. BiodiverCities 2010, Paris, France: BiodiverCities.

2010

  • Keane, A. (2010). Urban planning's contribution to conservation of natural protected areas: the views of communities living in the interface between urban settlements and a natural world heritage area. BiodiverCities 2010, Paris, France: BiodiverCities.

2009

  • Keane, A. (2009). Planning for the interface between natural world heritage areas and cities – a look at Sydney and the Greater Blue Mountains. State of Australian Cities National Conference 09, Perth: Australian Sustainable Cities Research Network.
  • Keane, A. (2009). Planning for the interface between natural world heritage cities - a look at Sydney and the Greater Blue mountains. State of Australian Cities National Conference 09, Perth: Australian Sustainable Cities Research Network.

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