There are lots of ways Victoria University staff and students are working towards a sustainable future and a clean and green environment.
Find out how Victoria University is working towards a Smart Green Victoria.
Professor Jonathan Gardner from Victoria University discusses whether we should be harvesting the mineral wealth of the deep sea.
Engineering students are pushing the frontiers of pollution monitoring in New Zealand’s waterways through an innovative collaboration known as RiverWatch.
Dr Rebecca Ford is the lead researcher on the report showing more and more New Zealanders are turning to solar energy.
A computer modelling programme designed at Victoria is helping ensure that farming practices are as sustainable and environmentally friendly as possible.
Students are developing a website to allow people to see how the energy choices we make today will impact New Zealand in 2050.
A national conference focusing on the economies and environments of small New Zealand towns will take place in Whanganui this November.
Victoria to play a key role in developing New Zealand’s world-class marine environment as part of National Science Challenge.
The economic and social benefits of greening urban areas are being explored in a multi-disciplinary project at Victoria University.
An engineering lecturer is shedding light on household power usage, as part of her research into improving the way New Zealand uses electricity.
When it comes to solar power, it’s a case of the more blue the better according to Dr Jonathan Halpert.
An external ‘green wall’ has been installed at Victoria University, supporting a drive to bring nature in to Wellington City.
Given our size, and influence, our staff and students all have the capacity to make a real contribution to the global environmental challenges we face.
The courses and programmes we offer share a common focus in teaching, learning and research that centres on sustainability.