Christchurch Conversations: Towards 2030

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Christchurch Conversations: Towards 2030

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Christchurch Conversations: Towards 2030 - Can Christchurch plant its way out of climate change?( 1:29:42)       
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Speakers include Dr David Hall (AUT), Meg Back, landscape architect and Tuia Pito Ora NZILA national executive. Danny Rood , an environmental practitioner doing emissions reduction things for Toitū Envirocare Associate Professor Justin Morgenroth (University of Canterbury, School of Forestry),
Published: 23/09/2022 9:00:00 a.m.
Christchurch Conversations: Towards 2030 - Embracing the Urban Wild - Part 2( 1:6:24)       
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Part 2 of a presentation on how to bring biodiversity to our city featuring a panel discussion with Ecologist Dr Colin Meurk, Craig Pauling (Ngāi Tahu, Ngāti Mutunga, English, Scottish and Welsh), current ECan Councillor Antony Shadbolt, a landscape architect and Christchurch City Council’s Parks Biodiversity lead and landscape architect Di Lucas. Plus local stories and poetry
Published: 8/08/2022 8:15:00 a.m.
Christchurch Conversations: Towards 2030 - Embracing the Urban Wild - Part 1( 0:37:28)       
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A presentation exploring how to bring biodiversity to the city featuring Joseph Hullen (Ngāi Tūāhuriri/Ngāti Hinematua) Angus McIntosh, Professor of Freshwater Ecology (University of Canterbury), Eric Pawson, Emeritus Professor of Geography (University of Canterbury) Yolanda van Heezik & Phil Seddon, professors of zoology (University of Otago)
Published: 8/08/2022 8:00:00 a.m.

Te Pūtahi Centre for Architecture and City Making has organised 5 events featuring a range of thought provoking speakers who explore how the city can meet its climate goals.

Host: Various
Produced By: Te Pūtahi Centre for Architecture and City-Making
Language: English
Category: Special Interest
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