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Climate Solutions 2030: New Zealand Perspective

A webinar focussed on big, doable things that need doing in New Zealand if we really aim to stop climate change

16 April 2021, 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm NZST

Registrations via Eventbrite at: https://www.eventbrite.co.nz/e/climate-solutions-2030-new-zealand-perspective-tickets-147495965403

4th APRU Sustainable Cities and Landscapes Conference

Virtual Conference and PhD Symposium

14-18 December 2020, University of Auckland

Visit the conference website for more information: https://www.apru-scl-2020.org/

RESTORE Online Conference

Presentation by Dr Paola Boarin:

Heritage conservation and community resilience: a pathway toward regenerative sustainability in the time of climate change

3 December 2020 | Online

Visit the conference website for more information: https://www.eurestore.eu/restore-final-conference/

 

Past Events

Sustainable Infrastructure Opportunities – Post COVID19 – Free Webinar

10 June 2020, 11:45AM, Online

Join these thought-leaders to discuss the possibilities and opportunities for sustainable infrastructure as we move beyond COVID-19: Hon Min James Shaw, Dr Errol Haarhoff, Myles Lind and Cushla Anich. Click here for more information and registration.

Lecture Series: “Sustainability in Architecture – Climate Change and Urbanism”

31 October 2020

Online event, organised by Coburg University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Germany

Presentation by Dr Ferdinand Oswald: “Stay Cool – Reducing Energy Cooling Loads with Architectonic Design Strategies”

ADNZ 2020 National Conference

Presentation by Dr Paola Boarin:

From Sustainable to Regenerative – A Paradigm Shift for the Built Environment

19-21 November 2020 | Auckland

Visit the conference website for more information: https://www.adnzconference.co.nz/

Green Homes: a crash course on sustainable design

10 March 2020, University of Auckland

Free educational event for students and young professionals, in collaboration with NZ Green Building Council and the Sustainable Future Collective. Click here for more information.