Speakers: Paul Blaschke, Maibritt Pedersen Zari and Amy Hobbs talk about how Wellington’s central city will develop as the city gradually recovers from COVID. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought to the fore many questions around how planned development of Wellington will meet population needs in terms of green space and whether the existing population currently has adequate opportunity to relate to green and open spaces. There are ongoing climate change and biodiversity crises, and other sustainability and planning challenges that central Wellington is facing. The speakers will discuss aspects of these questions, with particular regard to a study of green spaces in the central city recently carried out for Wellington City Council.
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Green infrastructure for central Wellington post-COVID – NZ Centre for Sustainable Cities

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