Research Archive

Department of Environmental Management

Research Archive

Department of Environmental Management

 

The Department of Environmental Management promotes the advancement of knowledge, through teaching and research, that will allow the sustainable use of environmental and natural resources.

Staff publications and research activities reflect the well established interdisciplinary nature of the Department; research interests include environmental policy, planning and politics, natural resources and environmental economics, ecological economics, transport studies, biodiversity and biodiversity policy, ecological evaluation, environmental ethics, environmental education, women and the environment, the Treaty of Waitangi, Māori approaches to environmental management, indigenous peoples and sustainability and socio-cultural and political perspectives of the environment.

Recent Submissions

  • Kirpensteijn, Helene (Lincoln University, 2017-04-10)
    Green building design and technology has been developed to lower the impacts of buildings on the environment while maintaining, and in some cases improving all the functions and values of a traditional building. Although ...
  • Manhire, Jessica (Lincoln University, 2016)
    Case studies of three councils were undertaken in New Zealand on the perspectives, opportunities, and barriers to the use of Web 2.0 technologies for participation in planning. All councils, involved in this study, saw the ...
  • Sherpa, D. T.; Brower, A. L. (ForestAction Nepal, 2015-05)
    Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+) is an incentive based climate change mitigation measure that focuses on reducing carbon emissions by rewarding communities’ efforts in the conservation, ...
  • Brower, A. L. (Victoria University of Wellington on behalf of the Institute for Governance and Policy Studies, 2016-02)
    A summary of high country tenure review outcomes since 1992. New Zealanders have long treasured their land, with poets (Bracken, 1893) and prime ministers calling it ‘God’s Own Country’, or Godzone for short. On his visit ...
  • Montgomery, R. L. (Articulo, 2016)
    Viewed positively or negatively, the Levittown image of suburbia often stands as the quintessential expression of this form of housing settlement in the latter half of the twentieth century. The image is one of privately-funded ...

View more