Publications

Refereed Articles and Book Chapters

  1. Ray Tomalty, Murtaza Haider and Susan Fisher. 2011. "Comparing New Urbanist and Conventional Suburban Neighbourhoods." Plan Canada 51 (1): 21-26.

  2. Ray Tomalty. 2009. "Urban Tipping Point." Alternatives Journal 35 (5): 12-16.

  3. Ray Tomalty. 2009. "The Ecology of Cities." Alternatives Journal 35 (4): 18-21.

  4. Don Alexander, Ray Tomalty and Mark Anielski. 2005. "The Challenges in Implementing a Smart Growth Agenda: The BC Sprawl Report 2004." Plan Canada 45 (4): 23-26.

  5. Deborah Curran and Ray Tomalty. 2003. "Living it Up." Alternatives Journal 29 (3): 10-18.

  6. Ray Tomalty and Andrejs Skaburskis. 2003. "The Politics of Average versus Marginal Cost Pricing of Development Charges: a Canadian Case Study." In F. Ennis (ed.) Infrastructure Provision and the Negotiating Process (Ashgate: Hamshire, UK).

  7. Ray Tomalty. 2002. "Growth Management in the Vancouver Region." Local Environment 7 (4): 431-445.

  8. Don Alexander and Ray Tomalty. 2002. "Smart Growth and Sustainable Development: challenges, solutions and policy directions." Local Environment 7 (4): 397-410.

  9. Andrejs Skaburskis and Ray Tomalty. 2002. "How Property Taxes and Development Charges Can Be Used to Shape Cities: The Views of Ottawa and Toronto Area Developers." Plan Canada 41 (1): 24-31.

  10. Andrejs Skaburskis and Ray Tomalty. 1997. "Land Value Taxation and Development Activity: The Reaction of Toronto and Ottawa Developers, Planners, and Municipal Officials." Canadian Journal of Regional Science. 20:3: 401-417.

  11. Ray Tomalty and Andrejs Skaburskis. 1997. "Negotiating Development Charges in Ontario: Average Cost versus Marginal Coast Pricing of Services." Urban Studies 34 (12): 1987-2002.

  12. Don Alexander, Robert Gibson and Ray Tomalty. 1995. "An Ecosystem Approach to Planning for Urban-Centred Regions." Colloquia, the Cornell Journal of Planning and Urban Issues. Spring: 1-10.

  13. Ray Tomalty. 1994. "An Ecosystem Approach to Growth Management," Environments. 22 (3): 13-25.

Other Articles and Book Chapters

  1. Ray Tomalty, Bartek Komorowski and Dany Doiron. 2009. "Soft-Benefit Evaluation: New Research Explores Optimal Ways of Determining the Economic Value of the Soft Benefits of Green Roofs." Living Architecture Monitor 11(2): 28-30.

  2. Ray Tomalty. 2007. "Green roofs and policy development." Municipal World January, 2007.

  3. Ray Tomalty. 1997. "The Meaning of Megacity." New City Magazine. 18 (1).

  4. Ray Tomalty. 1996. "Governance Reform in the GTA: An Overview of Reform Options." New City Magazine. Special Issue on Regionalism.

  5. Ray Tomalty. 1996. "The Compact Metropolis." The Environmental Report 1 (4): 8-9.

  6. Robert Gibson, Don Alexander, and Ray Tomalty. 1996. "Putting Cities in Their Place: Ecosystem-Based Planning for Canadian Urban Regions," in Ecocity Dimensions: Healthy Communities, Healthy Planet, ed. by M. Roseland (Gabriola Island, B.C.: New Society Publisher).

  7. Ray Tomalty. 1996. "Suburban Intensification in the GTA." The Intensification Report 17:37-42.

  8. Robert Shipley, Ray Tomalty, et. al. 1992. "Neo-traditional Design Can Work in Canada!" Plan Canada 32(5): 37.

  9. Ray Tomalty. 1991. "Justice in the Greenhouse: Assigning Blame for Global Warming." Alternatives 18 (3): 46-49.

  10. Ray Tomalty and Susan Hendler. 1991. "Green Planning: Striving for Sustainable Development in Ontario’s Municipalities." Plan Canada 31(3): 27-32.

Selected Reports

  1. Ray Tomalty and Alan Mallach. 2013. Reshaping Cities and Towns for a Changing World. (Englewood, New Jersey: Fund for the Environment and Urban Living). 100 pages.

  2. Ray Tomalty. 2013. Sustainable Cities: The Role for Philanthropy in Promoting Urban Sustainability. (Toronto: Canadian Environmental Grantmakers' Network). 100 pages.

  3. Golder Associates, Ray Tomalty and Geoff Noxon. 2013. Development Practices for Sustainable Neighbourhoods. (Ottawa: CMHC). 190 pages.

  4. Ray Tomalty and Murtaza Haider. 2012. Self-Selection in Research on Urban Form and Travel Behaviour. (Ottawa: CMHC). 15 pages.

  5. Ray Tomalty. 2012. Carbon in the Bank. (Toronto: David Suzuki Foundation). 50 pages.

  6. Ray Tomalty and Bartek Komorowski. 2011. Inside and Out: Sustaining Ontario's Greenbelt. (Toronto: Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation). 50 pages.

  7. Ray Tomalty and Bartek Komorowski. 2011. The Greenbelt and Climate Change Adaptation. (Toronto: Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation). 50 pages.

  8. Ray Tomalty. 2011. The Emerging Profession of Community Energy Managers and Planners. (Ottawa: Natural Resources Canada). 100 pages.

  9. Ray Tomalty, Bartek Komorowski, and Geoffrey Noxon. 2009. Identification and Analysis of Existing Survey Results and Related Data to Active Transportation in Canada. (Ottawa: Transport Canada). 100 pages.

  10. Ray Tomalty and Murtaza Haider. 2009. Comparing Canadian New Urbanist and Conventional Suburban Neighbourhoods. (Ottawa: CMHC). 100 pages.

  11. Ray Tomalty and Bartek Komorowski. 2009. The Monetary Value of the Soft Benefits of Green Roofs. (Ottawa: CMHC). 90 pages.

  12. Ray Tomalty and Murtaza Haider. 2009. The 2008 BC Sprawl Report: Walkability and Health. (Vancouver: Smart Growth BC). 57 pages.

  13. Ray Tomalty and Murtaza Haider. 2008. Housing Affordability and Smart Growth in Calgary. (Calgary: City of Calgary). 270 pages.

  14. Ray Tomalty. 2008. The Impact of Urban Areas on Great Lakes Water Quality. (Windsor: International Joint Commission). 98 pages.

  15. Ray Tomalty. 2008. Innovative Energy Policies and Programs in 12 North American Cities. (Montreal: North American Commission on Environmental Cooperation). 150 pages.

  16. Ray Tomalty. 2007. Innovative Infrastructure Financing Mechanisms for Smart Growth. (Vancouver: Smart Growth BC). 65 pages.

  17. Ray Tomalty, Mark Anielski and Don Alexander. 2007. Ontario Community Sustainability Report. (Toronto: Pembina Institute). 115 pages.

  18. Ray Tomalty and Andrejs Skaburskis. 2007. Government-Imposed Charges on New Housing in Canada. (Ottawa: CMHC). 106 pages.

  19. Joshua Wolfe and Ray Tomalty. 2006. Energy Use and Attitudinal Survey in the Milton-Park Neighbourhood of Montreal. (Montreal: Urban Ecology Centre). 40 pages.

  20. Ray Tomalty, David Bruce, and Diana Butler. 2006. Criteria and Method for Evaluating Subdivision Plans for Livability and Sustainability. (Ottawa: CMHC). 178 pages.

  21. Ray Tomalty and Blaire Chisholm. 2006. Livable Communities Accreditation Program Feasibility Study. (Toronto: The Ontario Smart Growth Network). 80 pages.

  22. Ray Tomalty and Don Alexander. 2005. Smart Growth in Canada: Implementation of a Planning Concept. (Ottawa: CMHC). 225 pages.

  23. Ray Tomalty, David Bruce and Lynn Morrow. 2005. Indicators of Community Well-Being. (Ottawa: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada). 75 pages.

  24. Ray Tomalty and Alexandra Jozsa. 2004. Housing Intensification through Redevelopment of Greyfields and Other Commercial Sites in Small and Medium Size Ontario Cities. (Toronto: CMHC). 90 pages.

  25. Alexandra Jozsa and Ray Tomalty. 2004. The Potential for Partnerships in Community Reinvestment and Affordable Housing in HRM. (Halifax Regional Municipality). 50 pages.

  26. Don Alexander, Ray Tomalty, and Mark Anielski. 2004. The BC Sprawl Report: 2004 (Vancouver: Smart Growth BC). 80 pages.

  27. Ray Tomalty. 2004. Residential Intensification in Canada: Municipal Initiatives (Ottawa: CMHC). 100 pages

  28. Ray Tomalty and Ross Cantwell. 2004. Municipal Land Use Policy and Housing Affordability (Halifax: Halifax Regional Municipality). 140 pages.

  29. Ray Tomalty and Alexandra Jozsa. 2004. Indicators of Sustainability in 11 Major Canadian Cities (Ottawa: CMHC). 40 pages.

  30. Kevin Washbrook and Ray Tomalty. 2004. Smart Growth and the Federal Government (Ottawa: Natural Resources Canada). 40 pages.

  31. Ray Tomalty and Alex Jozsa. 2003. Measuring and Comparing the Sustainability of Major Cities in Canada: A Feasibility Study (Ottawa: CMHC). 70 pages.

  32. Ray Tomalty. 2003. Achieving Energy Efficiency through Integration of Land-Use and Transportation Planning in Canadian Metropolitan Regions. (Ottawa: Environment Canada). 125 pages.

  33. Steven Peck and Ray Tomalty. 2002. Theory to Practice: Lessons Learned from the Use of Performance Assessment Measures to Implement Sustainable Communities (Ottawa: CMHC). 80 pages.

  34. Don Alexander and Ray Tomalty. 2001. The BC Sprawl Report. (Vancouver: Smart Growth BC). 76 pages.

  35. Ray Tomalty, Anna Hercz and Christine Warne. 2001. Municipal Affordable Housing Strategies: A Guidebook for Municipal Officials and Other Housing Stakeholders (Ottawa: CMHC). 95 pages.

  36. Ray Tomalty, Anna Hercz and Peter Spurr. 2001. Municipal Planning for Affordable Housing (Ottawa: CMHC). 76 pages.

  37. Ray Tomalty. 2001. The Effects of Development Charges on Urban Form (Ottawa: CMHC). 55 pages.

  38. Steven Peck, Ray Tomalty and Anna Hercz. 2000. Implementing Sustainable Community Development: Charting a Federal Role for the 21st Century (Ottawa: CMHC). 162 pages.

  39. Steven Peck and Ray Tomalty. 1998. Municipal Partnership Strategy Development: Municipal Environmental Priorities Scan (Toronto: Environment Canada, Ontario Region). 43 pages.

  40. Ray Tomalty. 1997. The Compact Metropolis: Growth Management and Intensification in Vancouver, Toronto, and Montreal (Toronto: ICURR Press). 220 pages.

  41. Ray Tomalty and Susan Hendler. 1994. Planning for Urban Sustainability. (Sustainable Development Series, Institute for Urban Studies, University of Winnipeg). 30 pages.

  42. Don Alexander and Ray Tomalty. 1994. Urban Policy for Sustainable Development. (Sustainable Development Series, Institute for Urban Studies, University of Winnipeg). 30 pages.

  43. Ray Tomalty and David Pell. 1994. Sustainable Development and Canadian Cities. (Ottawa: Royal Society of Canada). 100 pages.

  44. Ray Tomalty, Robert Gibson, Don Alexander, and John Fisher. 1994. Ecosystem Planning in an Urban Context (Toronto: ICURR Press). 180 pages.

  45. Engin Isin and Ray Tomalty. 1994. Resettling Cities: Canadian Residential Intensification Initiatives (Ottawa: CMHC). 64 pages.

  46. Ray Tomalty, Susan Hendler and Patricia Hodge. 1991. Voluntary Social Planning in Ontario: Structures, People, Activities, and Resources. (Kingston: Social Planning Council). 80 pages.

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