School of Geography
David Banister  
School of Geography
About Me
Refereed journal papers
Chapters in books and government publications
Conference papers at national and international events
Consultancy and other reports
Student supervisions and examining
Other Activities
Editorships, memberships of committees
International activities

Current and recent research council and other funded activity

International activities

Directed two EU DGVII 4FP Research Projects (POSSUM and DANTE) that developed new methods for scenario building and assessing sustainability, as well as looking systematically at the issue of policy transferability.

Since 1992, he has involved fifteen different EU Research Projects as a partner or subcontractor. Most recently these have included TRANSPLUS, PASTEUR, TRANSLAND, PLUME, EUROSIL and ICTRANS.

Frequent Conference Presentations have been made to the main policy and research debates in the UK and internationally, with some 70 major presentations being given in the last 10 years (see above). About 10 invitations are accepted each year to give keynote presentations.

UK Representative on the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe’s (UNECE) Task Force on Urban Transport Patterns and Land Use Planning (Chairman 2000-2001).

Member of an International Team to assess the Swedish National Research Programme on Transport and the Environment (1996).

A member of an International Team to assess the OTB Research Institute at the Technical University of Delft (2000 and 2004) and the TRAIL Research School at Delft (2002 and 2006).  Also member of the International Review Committee to look at all 13 Research Centres in TU Delft (2006).

Member of the Transumo Scientific Consultative Committee (2005-2008) – to review all major research centres in the Netherlands currently involved in encouraging a transition to sustainable mobility. 

International external examiner for 6 Dutch PhDs, one Australian PhD, one Finland PhD, and one Swedish PhD, and used as an International referee for promotions in the USA, Israel, the Netherlands and Australia.