How do cities and communities come back from disasters, natural or man-made? Reed Kroloff, architectural writer and commentator, is speaking in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.
We have a rare opportunity to join our team developing a ground-breaking land use, transport and environment model. You will build a graphic user interface for the model, as well as contribute to the project by writing calculation packages and further developing the model. This is a full-time, fixed term position for one year based at our Wellington Campus.
NZ Centre for Sustainable Cities’ Karen Witten talks to Radio NZ’s Kathryn Ryan about the experiences of children in our inner cities and suburbs – their travel, physical activity and independent mobility in their neighbourhoods. She considers guidelines for child-friendly high density developments and how to make streets safer and easier for walkers and cyclists.
Is the Island Bay cycleway a good idea? What are the ideas and concerns of Newtown businesses and where should we go from here? A presentation by medical students of University of Otago Wellington. Time: Friday 8 August 10:30am, Place: Small Lecture Theatre, Level D, Wellington School of Medicine, 23A Mein Street, Newtown
As power prices continue in an upward trend as reported in the latest NZ Consumer Price Index, a new study shows households looking to find ways to make savings could benefit from using prepayment metering.