The following posts are filed under: hydrology.
“Bike theft is not inevitable”: Vancouver rolls out a cycle crime revolution For Vancouver, where more people cycle than any other North American city, bike theft is a real problem. A trial of a high tech to way to reduce bike theft in the city has impressive results – down 70% over two years….Read More
Why do we love being near water? The best bits of Wellington’s towns bring people to water, and Riverlink is now turning Lower Hutt’s face to Te Awa Kairangi. The Hutt River, Te Awa Kairangi, has been engineered hard over the last century to reduce the frequency of flooding (and massively raising the stakes). Despite…Read More
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