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Use and non-use values of Auckland Council amenities
Report study aims to quantify how much the public use and value local amenities, including Auckland's libraries, community centres, arts centres, neighbourhood parks, leisure centres, swimming pools/aquatic centres, indoor courts and sports fields.
Auckland river water quality: annual report and national policy statement for freshwater management, current state assessment, 2018
Describes the state of river water quality in the Auckland region for 2018. Annual report and national policy statement for freshwater management, NPS-FM, current state assessment, 2018. Auckland Council technical report, TR2020/014
Increasing voter turnout in Auckland local government elections: results from a behavioural insights trial
This report presents results from a large-scale field trial designed to test different ways of increasing voter turnout in the 2019 Auckland Council elections. A behavioural insights trial. Auckland Council technical report, TR2020/006
Auckland local elections 2019: candidate experience
After the 2019 Auckland Council elections a survey was conducted to better understand the candidate experience, including the nomination process, awareness of and use of resources, candidate information sessions, the Vote Auckland website. TR2020/010
5th World Conference on Marine Biodiversity, WCMB 2020
The WCMB welcomes presentations on all aspects of marine biodiversity, both fundamental and applied sciences. 2020 is significant in being a deadline for both Convention on Biological Diversity Aichi Targets and UN Sustainable Development Goals.
University of Auckland Winter Lecture Series 2020. Sex, gender and identity in Aotearoa New Zealand
Auckland University winter lecture. 28 July: Rethinking the Representation of Women: Politics and Aotearoa New Zealand’s “Diversity Dilemma”. Professor Jennifer Curtin