• Ekistics and The New Habitat

    The new online journal of Ekistics and the New Habitat, aims to connect the practice of Ekistics with sustainable development practice for all types, scales, and bounded frames of human settlements: urban, rural or remote; traditional or modern; formal or informal; on and off-world, and in developed or lesser developed contexts. We also aim to extend the Ekistics framework in terms of how we now understand settlement sustainability, livability, advanced technologies (including the role of the "internet of stuff"), and human wellbeing through the complex and adaptive dynamics at play. 

    Ekistics and the New Habitat provides an excellent platform for researchers, educators, policymakers and students, to submit work for Double-Blind, Peer Reviewed articles.  Topics may range in scale of human settlement, to data-driven patterns and systems, to the human scale of people-centred design, or to propositions of a grand theory where ecology and climate interact with the settlements economy, design, technology and its residents and visitors.