media – New Zealand Centre for Sustainable Cities

By: Sustainable Cities  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Sustainable Transport

On Tuesday Evening 16th February 2010 we launched “Sizing up the City; Urban Form and Transport”. The book collects and expands on papers presented at the February 2009 Summer School.  It includes the latest research and thinking on sustainable transport and our built environment as well as experiences from councils trying to create more sustainable cities.

from left to right: Andy Foster (WCC), Celia Wade-Brown (WCC),Jude Ball (Frocks on Bikes), Annette King (MP, Labour), Kevin Hague (MP, Greens)

Keywords: Sustainable Transport

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research – New Zealand Centre for Sustainable Cities

Capacity building would be developed around a major activity in the region where policy makers, civil society, scientists, administrators and people from informal sectors need to interact and understand the strength and weaknesses of each individual approach, and to see how that understanding improves through a systems process.


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podcasts – New Zealand Centre for Sustainable Cities

Eion Scott, Eco Design Advisor in the Building Policy unit of Auckland Council, has a background in communications and social marketing, is currently chairman of the Sustainable Living Education Trust and is actively involved with efforts to green the Christchurch rebuild.


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housing & building – New Zealand Centre for Sustainable Cities

She currently looks after the Resilience, Recovery, Infrastructure and Welfare programmes at the Ministry of Civil Defence & Emergency Management.Sandra James is a Community Development Officer, and now manager of Waimakariri District Council’s earthquake Recovery Assistance Centre.With more speakers to be confirmed…To register visit.


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transport – New Zealand Centre for Sustainable Cities

Angus Hulme-Moir has recently completed his master’s degree in environmental studies at Victoria University on the topic of the role that parking policy can play in achieving sustainable transport goals. She has worked with cities in New Zealand and Australia, and presented the new parking paradigm at numerous conferences, seminars and events. Philip King, Hamilton City Council, Access Hamilton Coordinator.