behaviour change

Mobilities Symposium – presentations

How will people, things and ideas move in the future, and how will such mobilities impact on human, economic and environmental resilience? View presentations from the 5th NZ Mobilities Symposium:

Posted in behaviour change and climate change and news & events and NZ policy issues and transport and video & audio on 9 June 2014 – 1:11 pm

Video: Where might mobilities ‘go’?

We filmed this seminar with Dr Tara Duncan – thinking about mobility for a more sustainable future for travel, leisure and work.

Posted in behaviour change and news & events and transport and video & audio on 5 June 2014 – 10:52 am

Commuter cycling

How can we encourage people to shift from car trips to bicycle? Do policies that promote recreational cycling indirectly promote commuter cycling as well? Ed Randal investigates, using a case study of commuting in Wellington.

Posted in behaviour change and NZ policy issues and research and transport on 8 April 2014 – 3:49 pm

Resilient Urban Futures

With 87% of New Zealanders now living in cities and towns, planning for urban resilience is needed more than ever.  What development path should New Zealand’s cities take to ensure maximum environmental, economic, social and cultural benefits can be gained?

Posted in behaviour change and climate change and energy and housing & building and NZ policy issues and research and transport and urban design and urban governance on 16 December 2013 – 4:04 pm

Out of phase: a film on pedestrian behaviour & health

University of Otago medical students have spent time with the Centre for Sustainable Cities team studying pedestrian behaviour in the wild of Wellington’s Cuba St. Here’s the video of their presentation:

Posted in behaviour change and health and NZ policy issues and research and transport and urban design and video & audio on 25 September 2013 – 4:36 pm