Two new papers on transport by NZ Centre for Sustainable Cities members

A review of the inclusion of environmental and social costs in transport appraisal frameworks in four Anglophone countries, please read: Framing Mobility Investment Transport investment and carbon emissions in four Anglophone countries, please read: Investment for sustainable transport   READ MORE

Posted in climate change and news & events and research and transport on 4 January 2018 – 9:39 am

University of Otago 2018 Public Health Summer School – Kura Hauora Ā-Iwi o te raumati

He Kainga Oranga, the Housing and Health Research Programme and the New Zealand Centre for Sustainable Cities offered two stimulating short courses at the University of Otago, Wellington’s 2018 Public Health Summer School. Both courses were well attended and the participants found them READ MORE

Posted in health and housing & building and news & events and Uncategorized on 20 December 2017 – 3:20 pm

Video: Realities of Renting in New Zealand Cities

We held a seminar with speakers Karen Witten, Lucy Telfar Barnard and Penelope Carroll. Is there life after home ownership in New Zealand? What will that look like for the growing number of people who can’t afford to buy their own homes – generation rent? Can private landlords, who provide the majority of rental housing, be relied on to meet the demand responsibly? Watch the video.

Posted in health and housing & building and news & events and NZ policy issues and video & audio on 14 December 2017 – 12:13 pm

2018 NZ Centre for Sustainable Cities Seminar Series

Thanks for coming to our seminars in 2017- we’ve enjoyed offering you a great programme of events. There will be no more seminars until March next year. For our 2018 series we are planning an exciting line-up of speakers to present on topics as varied as the Sustainable Development Goals READ MORE

Posted in news & events on 23 November 2017 – 2:55 pm

Seminar: Housing and Health for Whānau Māori

This seminar with speaker Amber Logan has been postponed until next year.  Home is where the heart is, and so is community. But what are the factors that promote healthy homes and communities for whānau Māori? And what do Māori whānau think is important for them to be able to live and flourish in their homes and communities? Date: postponed until 2018, the actual date is to be confirmed.

Posted in health and housing & building and news & events and NZ policy issues on 18 October 2017 – 1:44 pm