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  • Communities and Climate Change cartoon 

    Stephenson, Janet
    Some low-lying communities in Aotearoa New Zealand are already being affected by increased flooding, coastal erosion and higher water levels. Over time, more communities will be affected and the impacts will worsen. But ...
  • Community Development for Adaptation 

    Stephenson, Janet; Barber, Josh; Barth, Jule; Bond, Sophie; Diprose, Gradon; Heyd, Charlotta; Kirk, Nick; Laurie-Fendall, Rachael; Orchiston, Caroline; Saunders, Wendy; Simon, Katy; Thomas, Amanda; Vincent, Nicolle
    Council-community engagement for a climate-impacted future – research brief. Many of New Zealand’s urban settlements are likely to be impacted by climate-induced hazards such as coastal erosion, flooding and rising ...
  • The Dunedin Energy Baseline Study 

    Gabriel, Cle-Anne; Stephenson, Janet; Carrington, Gerry
    The Dunedin Energy Baseline Study was a joint project between Dunedin City Council (DCC), the Otago Chamber of Commerce and the Centre for Sustainability at the University of Otago. It involved stocktaking and analysis of ...
  • Dunedin Household Energy Study 

    Stephenson, Janet; Brown, Casey; McDonald, Hannah
    The study, undertaken for the Dunedin City Council, interviewed 19 Dunedin households about their household behavior, decision-making and aspirations with regards their heating and transport choices. The households represented ...
  • Generation Y Mobilities: Full Report 

    Hopkins, Debbie; Stephenson, Janet
  • Generation Y Mobilities: Highlights 

    Hopkins, Debbie; Stephenson, Janet
  • Keen on EVs: Kiwi perspectives on electric vehicles, and opportunities to stimulate uptake 

    Ford, Rebecca; Stephenson, Janet; Scott, Michelle; Williams, John; Rees, David; Wooliscroft, Ben
    Understanding the potential growth of EVs in the New Zealand market is of great interest to a wide range of stakeholders. Aside from the direct impact on the new and used car markets, it could also reduce NZ’s dependence ...
  • New Zealand’s future transport system: drivers of change. Initial report from the NZ Delphi study. 

    Stephenson, Janet; Hopkins, Debbie; McCarthy, Alaric
    This report summarises the findings from three of the four stages of a Delphi study involving New Zealand transport experts. The Delphi technique is an iterative, multi-stage survey process, which brings together expert ...
  • Photovoltaic (PV) Uptake in NZ: The story so far 

    Ford, Rebecca; Stephenson, Janet; Scott, Michelle; Williams, John; Wooliscroft, Ben; King, Geoff; Miller, Allan
    New Zealand’s electricity infrastructure was designed to support the flow of energy from large centralised power stations toward end users, including households and businesses. However, a shift to a more distributed supply ...
  • Prosumer collectives: a review 

    Ford, Rebecca; Whitaker, Juliet; Stephenson, Janet
    The widespread growth globally of micro-generation (particularly PV) means that consumers are interacting with electricity systems in new ways, becoming ‘energy prosumers’ – both producing and consuming energy. We define ...
  • PV in Blueskin: Drivers, barriers and enablers of uptake of household photovoltaic systems in the Blueskin communities, Otago, New Zealand 

    King, Geoff; Stephenson, Janet; Ford, Rebecca
    • Householders in the Blueskin area near Dunedin show a strong interest in installing PV. To explore the reasons for this interest, eighteen interviews were undertaken in late 2013 with people who had either installed PV ...
  • Reducing GHGs on farms 

    Hamill, Britta; Stephenson, Janet
    The purpose of this report is to provide a high-level summary of the current options that are available to New Zealand livestock farmers to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions. Greenhouse gases include biological emissions ...