Publication or Resource
Age friendly cities and walkability
What if walking, bicycling and public transport, instead of roads and highways, were at the heart of urban life?
Traffic-related air pollution: video and report
City residents are exposed to traffic-related air pollution, which affects respiratory and cardiovascular health and increases all-cause mortality. What does this mean for people in Wellington?
At home with your microbes – new friends everywhere
We held a seminar with speaker Julian Crane.
Imagining Decolonised Cities or Indigenising the City: the trials and tribulations of thinking about new urban realities
We held a seminar with speakers Rebecca Kiddle, Amanda Thomas and Morten Gjerde. What is a decolonised city?
Urban planning informed by kaupapa Māori principles
We held a seminar with speakers Shaun Awatere and Keriata Stuart. How can kaupapa Māori elements help inform urban planning? What value can these elements add to mainstream urban planning?
Sustainable Cities in an Ageing Society
We held a seminar with speaker Kay Saville-Smith. Sustainability is one of the buzz words of the moment when we talk about our cities. But what does it mean for an ageing population?
Community Action to Promote Healthy Environments (CAPHE): A Community-Academic Partnership to Improve the Physical Environment in Detroit, Michigan
We held a seminar with speakers Barbara Israel and Tamsin Mitchell.