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A Victoria University of Wellington student has proposed significant changes to the Zero Carbon Bill currently before Parliament that he says more accurately reflect the climate crisis facing the planet.
Researchers from Victoria University of Wellington have joined with MetService in a five-year multi-disciplinary research project—known as the Moana Project—to comprehensively measure, monitor, and predict the state of Aotearoa New
People considering euthanasia do not just think of themselves, but are heavily influenced by the concerns of, and impact on, others, writes Professor Kevin Dew from Victoria University of Wellington's School of Social and Cultural Studies.
Victoria University of Wellington Professor of Library and Information Management Anne Goulding discusses the paradox of New Zealanders wanting to safeguard their personal data, while frequently and freely giving it away.
Monetary incentives to boost turnout at local elections might reduce people's natural tendencies to be good citizens, writes Dr Julia Talbot-Jones, a Lecturer in Victoria University of Wellington's School of Government.
It might be five years since they first started working on their ‘big idea’ at the University's Victoria Entrepreneur Bootcamp, but Ben Palmer and Georgia Lee have continued to develop it and are now on the brink of solving a global
Professor Joanna Merwood-Salisbury from the School of Architecture discusses the architectural history of Union Square in New York City.
A year 13 student at Auckland's Westlake Girls High School has won first place in the 2019 International Institute of Modern Letters' (IIML) National Schools Poetry Award, with her poem 'Mammalian'.
The fundamental problem with silver bullets is they permit a 'business as usual' approach when that is neither ecologically sustainable nor economically desirable, write Peter Fraser and Dr Mike Joy from Victoria University of Wellington's