Jeffrey Kenworthy

Jeffrey Kenworthy

Jeffrey Kenworthy is a professor at Curtin University  guest lecturer at Frankfurt University of Applied Science. He teaches and supervises postgraduate students in urban sustainability fields. He has 35 years experience in urban transport and land use policy with over 250 publications in the field, he has lectured in 30 countries and 79 cities throughout the world, and he has authored numerous books and publications, including Sustainability and Cities with Peter Newman.

The End of Automobile Dependence

How Cities are Moving Beyond Car-Based Planning

Cities will continue to accommodate the automobile, but when cities are built around them, the quality of human and natural life declines. Current trends show great promise for future urban mobility systems that enable freedom and connection, but...

Transport Beyond Oil

Transport Beyond Oil

Policy Choices for a Multimodal Future

Seventy percent of the oil America uses each year goes to transportation. That means that the national oil addiction and all its consequences, from climate change to disastrous spills to dependence on foreign markets, can be greatly reduced by...

Sustainability and Cities

Sustainability and Cities

Overcoming Automobile Dependence

Sustainability and Cities examines the urban aspect of sustainability issues, arguing that cities are a necessary focus for that global agenda. The authors make the case that the essential character of a city's land use results from how it...