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?
Kimberley O’Sullivan has completed her PhD study – Power and control: A multiphase mixed methods investigation of prepayment metering and fuel poverty in New Zealand
Peter Ellis reviews our book – Homes People Can Afford – “a timely contribution to the debate on what is to be done about housing affordability in New Zealand”
Philippa Howden-Chapman, Director of the Centre for Sustainable Cities, discusses the introduction of a Warrant of Fitness for rental housing as a way to improve the quality of homes in New Zealand.
We held a lunchtime seminar with Eric Martinot, author of the REN21 Renewables Global Futures Report, a pioneering synthesis of the full range of credible possibilities for the future of renewable energy. View the presentation: