Project funded to trial ‘bike or scoot and ride’ at Panmure station
7 November 2022
Researchers at the School of Architecture and Planning have received an Innovation grant from Waka Kotahi for a project that aims to make it easy for commuters to, rather than park and ride, scooter or bike and ride.
How climate change may alter New Zealand's waves
4 November 2022
That summer wave you catch will be different under an altering climate.
Christchurch red zone and Māori in sport: Marsdens
3 November 2022
Two Faculty of Arts projects focused on ways to help people and the environment flourish have won Marsden funding worth $1.74 million.
Climate change reparations, who pays for what?
2 November 2022
Opinion: Damages and disasters only arise because people and infrastructure have developed and placed themselves in a region that is vulnerable, and perhaps they should not have been there in the first place, argues Kevin Trenberth.
Brendon Dunphy: giving seabirds a fighting chance
1 November 2022
Aotearoa’s seabirds aren’t well-known like the kākāpō. They often come in at night and then head off out over the horizon so you may never see some of them.
Preparing for the floods, and our morally hazardous behaviour
1 November 2022
Opinion: Climate change and flooding is becoming more frequent and destructive, and both the government and the insurance market need to address the "moral hazard" of people failing to reduce risk because they expect to be compensated, says Chris Nicoll.
Taking Issue: Is being predator free by 2050 realistic?
31 October 2022
Opinion: In Taking Issue from Ingenio magazine, three University of Auckland experts each have a limit of 350 words to discuss the goal to be predator free by 2050.
University's Field Club reunion a great success
28 October 2022
Auckland University Field Club members reconnected for three days to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the club's formation.
For Tītī sake, turn off the lights
27 October 2022
Opinion: It's high time a seabird won Bird of the Year says Ariel-Micaiah Heswell, and why not give the Cook's Petrel the break it deserves?
Light pollution’s deadly toll on Auckland seabirds
19 October 2022
Light pollution is taking a deadly toll on the seabirds of the Hauraki Gulf.
What a difference a mayor could make
5 October 2022
Opinion: Auckland is not Copenhagen, but it could be a lot more like Copenhagen should our new mayor choose to make it so, says Dr Timothy Welch
Kākāpō microbiome adds to parrot's extraordinary quirks
3 October 2022
Clues from the microbiome may help a critically endangered bird to survive.