A global survey and prospects for NZ
Arron Packard – Masters Thesis
Helen Viggers, NZ Centre for Sustainable Cities The spatial distribution of mortgagee sales across New Zealand cities, between 2000 and mid 2009 was examined.
Pengjun Zhao, NZ Centre for Sustainable Cities Urban intensification is one of key issues for local carbon management as it has influences on community energy consumption and related greenhouse gas emissions. This presentation will report the results of urban density analysis for major New Zealand cities.
When it comes to causing health inequalities, environmental considerations play a significant role. Food, transport, green space and the built environment are all factors which can narrow or widen the health gap between rich and poor communities. But the Sustainable Development Commission believes that the environmental causes of health inequalities are still being under-appreciated.