The following posts are filed under: Natural Assets.
You’d be forgiven for thinking Wellingtonians are determined to spend more time knee-deep in water. TalkWellington looks at why our places are likely to flood more, and ways we can stop it. It rains quite a lot in Wellington, and floods quite a lot. And it’s very likely to rain harder in the near future…Read More
We’re past the shortest day, but the sun hunger is setting in. TalkWellington has been fiddling with some tools for finding the sunshine – and figuring out what it’s worth. Mapping it This lovely warm-looking map is by data visualisation whizzes Dumpark, using Wellington City Council’s open data. With the “total hours” button you can…Read More
Do you have trees in the street you live? Or at the place you work? Are they big or small? Your answers may say something about your quality of life Some research out of the States shows some really interesting insights about trees in urban areas. There’s a great quote from the researcher,…Read More