NGĀ ARA WHETŪ
Centre for Climate, Biodiversity and Society
Transdisciplinary innovation and collaboration in research, education, and engagement
for thriving peoples and planetary wellbeing
Named for the journeys of our collective ancestors to the shores of Aotearoa, New Zealand, Ngā Ara Whetū (“Star Paths”), responds to challenges of attaining sustainable futures and collective wellbeing through enabling and enhancing collaborative research and training.
Ngā Ara Whetū is networked with local and global communities of purpose, practice and understanding, who share aspirations for accelerating actions that promote lasting protection of the planet, its natural resources, and peaceful, just and inclusive societies.
“A fantastic mix of academia, industry, public agencies and policymakers” – Urbanism Aotearoa 2023
Great minds came together for Urbanism Aotearoa 2023 to help create better urban environments. Sponsored by Ngā Ara...
DAVID NOONE’S BIG Q: WHERE DOES WATER COME FROM?
Professor Noone is a natural scientist whose specialty is on understanding relationships between atmospheric wind patterns, the...
Saeid Baroutian’s Big Q: How do we transform our economy?
Saeid is an Associate Professor in the Department of Chemical & Materials Engineering. He is the Director of Innovation at...
JOIN NGĀ ARA WHETŪ
Be a part of our vision and join Ngā Ara Whetū as an affiliate. This role is open to all researchers based at The University of Auckland and select research centres. As an affiliate, we will amplify and support your research, give you access to funding opportunities, and invite you to tailored Ngā Ara Whetū events.
Waipapa Taumata Rau | University of Auckland
Auckland 1010, Aotearoa New Zealand