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NZC4SC: The New Zealand Centre for Sustainable Cities
University of Otago Podcasting Service

Philip King

Podcast: Philip King

Julie Anne Genter

Podcast: Julie Anne Genter

Angus HUlme-Moir

Podcast: Angus HUlme-Moir

Dr Sea Rotmann – EECA

Podcast: Dr Sea Rotmann – EECA

Dr Wokje Abrahamse – The effectiveness of interventions to encourage env friendly behaviour

Podcast: Dr Wokje Abrahamse – The effectiveness of interventions to encourage env friendly behaviour

Dr Adrian Field – Consultation, kids and Manukau City

Podcast: Dr Adrian Field – Consultation, kids and Manukau City

Dr. Adrian Field is a director of Synergia, a research, evaluation and strategic design company based in Auckland.

Barbara Lambourn – Child friendly cities and communities

Podcast: Barbara Lambourn – Child friendly cities and communities

Barbara Lambourn is National Advocacy Manager for UNICEF NZ. The role involves identifying and advocating on matters that impact on children in New Zealand, in respect of their rights under the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child

Prof Claire Freeman – Children’s changing worlds: Do our cities work for children?

Podcast: Prof Claire Freeman – Children’s changing worlds: Do our cities work for children?

Professor Claire Freeman is Associate Professor and Director of the Post Graduate Planning Programme at the Department of Geography, University of Otago, New Zealand

Children’s worlds are complex and undergoing immense changes reflective of both social and physical changes in the societies in which they live. Children’s lives are simultaneously becoming richer and more deprived. This conundrum is explored by examining the main activity spaces of children, radiating out from home and neighbourhood to cultural space, natural space and children’s relationship to the city centre

Prof Alistair Woodward – Put me back on my bike: questions

Podcast: Prof Alistair Woodward – Put me back on my bike: questions

Prof Alistair Woodward – Put me back on my bike

Podcast: Prof Alistair Woodward – Put me back on my bike

Professor Alistair Woodward is Head of the School of Population Health at the University of Auckland. He is interested in opportunities to re-shape urban transport systems to reduce pollution, increase energy efficiency and improve health. The bicycle appears to have much in its favour, so with colleagues, he is carrying out research into the health risks and benefits of cycling, trends in cycling and reasons for the large changes that have occurred, the trip to work, and public attitudes towards the urban cyclist.