RIMU symposium 2019. Data matters: the role of research and evaluation in shaping the future of Tāmaki Makaurau. Programme and presentations

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Auckland Council Research and Evaluation Unit, RIMU
Publication date:
2019

AUT, Sir Paul Reeves Building, room WG308, 2 Governor Fitzroy Place, Auckland

25 June 2019, 9am to 2.15pm

09.15 – 09.20

Mihi whakatau

09.20 – 09.30

Welcome: Eva McLaren, Manager Research and Evaluation

09.30 – 09.45

Opening: Cr Penny Hulse, Chair of the Auckland Council Environment and Community Committee

09.45 – 10.30

Keynote speech: Professor Juliet A Gerrard, Prime Minister’s Chief Science Advisor

10.30 – 10.40                            Short break

10.40 – 12.00

Session 1. He Tangata, the People

Chair: Kyle Balderston

Mana whenua cultural values assessments – Dr Jacob Otter / Ian Smallburn

Using behavioural insights to improve council services – Dr Jesse Allpress / Marguerite Delbet

Case study of a master planned community at Addison – Alison Reid / Anna Jennings

Half on cascading, half on targeting and half on sharing: Affordable housing policies in Auckland – Dr Mario Fernandez / Dr Shane Martin

12.00 – 12.45                            Light lunch provided 

12.45 – 2.05

Session 2. He Taiao, the Environment

Chair: Dr Coral Grant

Seabird monitoring and research to support management and restoration – Dr Todd Landers / Jonathan Boow

The Franklin nitrate issue – Dr Laura Buckthought / Debra Yan

Hydrology in a changing landscape – Kolt Johnson / Dr Tom Stephens

How pest free is Kaipātiki and does it matter anyway? – Dr Craig Bishop / Fiona Smal

2.05 – 2.15

Wrap up: Regan Solomon

See also:

Symposium posters

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Last updated: 2019-06-25

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