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Victoria University of Wellington researchers lead a trip down the rabbit hole of personal data and wresting control of it to reduce its environmental impact.
Hundreds of students and staff supported the School Strike for Climate, marching from the Kelburn campus to support tens of thousands of protesters converging on Parliament.
Victoria University of Wellington is helping New Zealanders think afresh about the line between buildings and nature with the public lecture ‘Imagine! The city as a living biome’ by eco-visionary Austrian architect Professor Klaus Klaas
Dr Julia Talbot-Jones from Victoria University of Wellington's School of Government argues against piecemeal measures to improve our rivers and waterways.
Victoria University of Wellington Master of Education student Taylor Hughson has been awarded a Woolf Fisher Scholarship to complete a PhD in Education.
Since she was very little, Raven Maeder would enthusiastically join her environmentally-minded parents at marches and other activist events they’d organised in her home town of Nelson.
PhD student Samuel Clack and Professor Tony Ward from Victoria University of Wellington's School of Psychology propose a new way to understand a serious mental disorder that manifests itself in many different ways.
The tax reform that would increase social welfare the most is reducing one of the two lowest tax rates, funded by increasing the highest, write Professor John Creedy and Professor Norman Gemmell from Victoria University of Wellington's School of
Governments can lever change through their purchasing choices, writes Dr Barbara Allen, a Senior Lecturer in Public Management in Victoria University of Wellington's School of Government.