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:
The impacts of climate change on our health and what we can do to protect against these hazards – a radio interview with Alistair Woodward.
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?
An exciting new programme for the 18th Public Health Summer School is now open for registration. With over 30 courses of 1-3 days duration, this popular event will be held from 3 – 21 February 2014 at University of Otago Wellington in Newtown.
From our research team, this paper introduces an urban model that can be used to evaluate city resilience.