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  • Bassett, D. Hosking, J. Ameratunga, S.
    Variations in the health benefit valuations of active transport modes by age and ethnicity: A case study from New Zealand.
    Journal of Transport and Health
    19.
  • Macmillan, A. Smith, M. Hosking, J. Wild, K. Field, A.
    Suburb-level changes for active transport to meet the SDGs: Causal theory and a New Zealand case study.
    The Science of the total environment
    714.
  • Shaw, C. Blakely, T. Atkinson, J.
    Is mode of transport to work associated with mortality in the working-age population? Repeated census-cohort studies in New Zealand 1996, 2001 and 2006.
    International Journal of Epidemiology
    49(2), 477-485.
  • Mizdrak, A. Cobiac, L. J. Cleghorn, C. L. Blakely, T.
    Fuelling walking and cycling: human powered locomotion is associated with non-negligible greenhouse gas emissions.
    Scientific reports
    10(1).
  • The value of experience: Including young people in energy poverty research.
    In N. Simcock, H. Thomson, S. Petrova & S. Bouzarovski (Eds.), Energy poverty and vulnerability: A global perspective.
    (pp 188-201). Abingdon, UK: Routledge.