Developer groups have opposed Sydney Water and Hunter Water’s planned reintroduction of infrastructure contributions (or ‘developer charges’). These charges to developers help recover the [...]
Addressing urban heat requires integrated planning, economics and quantifying the value of urban cooling.
In Australia's move to a low carbon economy, what are the key transition risks for the property sector? Ben Mason co-authors an article with Edge Environment.
Infrastructure Australia has released the 2021 Australian Infrastructure Plan.
Frontier Economics and Edge Environment announce partnership to advise on climate-related financial risk (TCFD).
A clear view of the outcomes we want in our urban landscape is key to unlocking funding for green infrastructure.
The Lower Hunter Water Security Plan has been released for public exhibition and comment.
Frontier Economics appoints Alexus van der Weyden as a director.
Frontier Economics economists Alexandra Humphrey Cifuentes and Rosemary Jones presented at OzWater21.
To realise a policy vision of greener cities and liveable future urban landscapes, we need to embed green infrastructure into traditional infrastructure planning processes.
Real options analysis values flexibility explicitly, enabling better decision making in infrastructure investments compared with standard techniques.
Infrastructure Australia's 2020 priority list has been released, and includes South Creek integrated land use and water cycle management as a priority.
A report prepared for the Water Services Association of Australia by Frontier Economics looks at the health benefits to the community from investing in water infrastructure to create liveable cities.
Infrastructure NSW engaged Frontier Economics to advise on the optimum regulatory framework for the uptake of cost-effective recycled water initiatives.