Pakake, Mana and Taonga Species
Like other indigenous cultures, Māori, the indigenous people of Aotearoa (New Zealand) have their own creation story. Our narrative is ab...
Apr 20, 2022 / Read More
Nature-based Solutions for Climate Adaptation
by Dr. Timon McPhearson, IPCC Lead Author, WG II
Mar 24, 2022 / Read More
15 Key Takeaways for Cities, Settlements and Key Infrastructure from the IPCC AR6 WGII Climate…
Climate change is a threat multiplier: Climate hazards interact with urban development to drive vulnerability and risks in cities. Impact...
Mar 09, 2022 / Read More
Beyond Flood Risk Mapping
Leveraging social media and first-hand experience to improve understanding of the impacts of flooding
Feb 02, 2022 / Read More
How do you design a game about urban resilience?
Zef EganCould you tell me a little bit about the beginning of Ekos?
Jan 20, 2022 / Read More
Ekos: A game to explore the complexity of urban systems
Ekos, is the name of an imaginary city set in the not too distant future, yet eerily reminiscent of urban areas many of us know all too w...
Dec 13, 2021 / Read More
Pakake — fighting to save Aotearoa New Zealand’s endangered sea lions
Cannibal Bay is a black sand beach located in the wild and remote Catlins of Aotearoa (New Zealand). It was here, as I was whipped sensel...
Nov 16, 2021 / Read More