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Christchurch Conversations: Towards 2030 - Moving Towards a 21st Century City - Part 2( 0:41:41)       
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Presentations on different transport options and the role of government and councils in making our travel clean, easy and fair.
Published: 11/28/2021 11:00:00 AM
Christchurch Conversations: Towards 2030 - Moving Around a 21st Century City - Part 1( 1:3:27)       
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Presentations on different transport options and the role of government and councils in making our travel clean, easy and fair.
Published: 11/28/2021 10:53:00 AM
Christchurch Conversations: Towards 2030 - 15 Minute Neighbourhoods - Part 2( 0:46:50)       
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Includes presentations from Mitchell Anderson, Josie Schroder, and local stories from Santiago Montejo, Cybele Souza, Jane Rennie, Jeremy and Jacob Leeming, Tiria Stewart and Miriam Millner
Published: 11/23/2021 8:15:00 AM
Christchurch Conversations: Towards 2030 - 15 Minute Neighbourhoods-Part 1( 0:57:6)       
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Includes presentations from Dr Jessica Halliday, Mayor Lianne Dalziel, Thomas Blakie, Jim Lunday, Anna Elphick, Stuart Dun, and Hamid Mirbaha
Published: 11/23/2021 8:00:00 AM
Christchurch Conversations: Towards 2030 - Can We Have Clean, Cheap, Reliable Energy?( 1:34:56)       
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The third event in the series featuring presentations from Dr Jan Wright, former Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment & member of the Interim Climate Change Committee, Ryan Kuggeleijn, Strategic Development Manager, Meridian Energy, Pip Newland, Sustainability Lead, Orion New Zealand, Paul Fuge, Powerswitch Manager, Consumer New Zealand, Dr Chris Mardon, Managing Director, Ecobulb and Hon. Dr Megan Woods, Minister of Energy & Resources
Published: 10/22/2021 6:00:00 AM
Christchurch Conversations: Towards 2030 - Zero Waste City - Part 4( 0:47:0)       
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Breakout session 3 featuring Repairability with Paul Smith (Consumer NZ) and Alan Liefting (EcoTech Services), Low Waste Manufacturing with David Scobie (Concision), William Murrell and Ben Scales (KiwiFibre/UC students) and Anthea Madill (Remix Plastics/EcoSplat), and Lobbying for change with Colleen Philip and Anthea Madill (Sustainable Ōtautahi Christchurch), Sue Coutts (Zero Waste Network) and Chch City Councillor Sara Templeton, plus closing remarks
Published: 10/6/2021 1:17:00 PM
Christchurch Conversations: Towards 2030 - Zero Waste City - Part 3( 0:42:32)       
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Breakout session 2 featuring Love Food Hate Waste with Sarah Pritchett (WasteMINZ), Clothing Culture with Steven Park (6x4), and Packaging with Lee McDermid (Prima Roastery), Helena Ruffell (UC PhD candidate) and Sharon McIver (Our Daily Waste)
Published: 10/6/2021 1:14:00 PM
Christchurch Conversations: Towards 2030 - Zero Waste City - Part 2( 0:42:55)       
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Breakout session 1 includes The Whakapapa of Stuff with Kahurangi Carter (Para Kore), Red, Yello, Green-What Goes Where with Sharon McIver (Our Daily Waste) and Lesley Ottey (Eco Educate), and Sharing and Lending with Toby Skilton (Mutu) and Gaby Montejo (Tool Lendery)
Published: 10/6/2021 1:10:00 PM
Christchurch Conversations: Towards 2030 - Zero Waste City - Part 1( 0:37:20)       
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These five speakers set the scene, introduce us to some key concepts and get us thinking about the circular economy, emissions and strategies to reduce waste. Eilidh Hillson, a waste minimisation officer at Christchurch City Council, takes us through what we send to landfill and how it creates greenhouse gas emissions Kahurangi Carter (Ngāti Maniapoto), a Regional Manager at Para Kore, introduces the concept of circular economy and what that looks like from a Māori worldview Dr Paul Smith, design engineer and product test manager for Consumer NZ, explores repairing goods and our legal right to repair Sue Coutts, former GM of Wanaka Wastebusters and zero waste advocate, outlines the national goals of the Zero Waste Network E Wen Wong, a first-year Law and Science student at the University of Canterbury and a published poet, reads some poems responding to climate change.
Published: 10/6/2021 1:07:00 PM
Christchurch Conversations: Towards 2030 - Building A Better Future - Part 3( 0:33:17)       
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Speakers include Paul Finch-Project Manager, Shay Singh-Tether Ltd, Fiona Short-Architect, Warren and Mahoney, Amanda Yates-Associate Professor, AUT
Published: 7/21/2021 5:22:00 PM
Christchurch Conversations: Towards 2030 - Building A Better Future - Part 2( 0:33:9)       
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Speakers include Katie Symons-Principal Advisor, Engineering, MBIE; Scott Watson-Business Development Director, Naylor Love; Andy Buchanan-Structural Engineer, Elrond Burrell-Principal Advisor, Architecture and Design, MBIE
Published: 7/21/2021 5:21:00 PM
Christchurch Conversations: Towards 2030 - Building A Better Future - Part 1( 0:28:20)       
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Speakers include: Joseph Hullen-Matapopore Trustee, Sara Templeton-Christchurch City Councillor, Dr Jessica Halliday-Te Pūtahi director, Jonny Knopp-Architect, Dr Kerry Mulligan-Lecturer, School of Architectural Studies, Ara Institute
Published: 7/21/2021 5:19:00 PM

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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