Ideas for becoming the world’s most liveable city
In association with the Ministry for the Environment
Responding to climate change doesn’t require choosing between profit and fairness or between economic gain and doing the right thing.19 October 2017
Dr Sam Tsemberis
The number of people sleeping rough in Auckland’s city centre has more than doubled from 68 in 2013 to 177 in 2016. And this isn’t a problem confined to the city centre – it’s a significant issue across the Auckland region.
In association with the New Zealand Planning Institute (NZPI) Annual Conference.
Joe Minicozzi, Principal of Urban3, pioneers in geo-spatial representation of economic productivity. This helps communities make better decisions through the understanding of data and design. Joe's work has prompted a paradigm shift in understanding the economic potency of well designed cities.