Navigating change

Information environment | Sustainability | NZ’s place in the world | Technology futures
Society is in an unstable state facing climate change and other sustainability risks. Technology is driving rapid social and other change which in turn induces fear and anxiety. In our fast paced world, how do we address and adapt to the changing information environment, new technologies and sustainability challenges ahead? How does New Zealand maintain our relevance to the world?

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16.08.2023  
Genetic engineering to the rescue?
Given our existing pest problems and the likelihood of new ones being inflicted on us by global warming, we need to begin to investigate genetic options.

Young couple cycling, others walking or jogging late afternoon and enjoying the sunset at Stanley Park
18.07.2023  
New Zealanders lead call for SDGs to be science-led
Three internationally renowned New Zealanders are part of the International Science Council’s global commission calling for a “new way of doing science” to tackle the UN sustainable development goals (SDGs).

Close up view of solar panels in a city, with skyscrapers in the background.
18.07.2023  
Flipping the science model: A roadmap to science missions for sustainability
An International Science Council’s global commission is calling for a “new way of doing science” to tackle the UN sustainable development goals (SDGs).

28.06.2023  
Webinar with Sophie Howe – intergenerational stewardship for Aotearoa NZ
Hear from Sophie Howe about how her role as Future Generations Commissioner had impact and how we can all drive momentum on better long-term decision making for Aotearoa.

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