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Bringing together climate change thought leaders for Auckland’s future

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The University of Auckland’s Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, in partnership with Vector, hosted Auckland’s first ever Climathon. A 24 hour global ideas hack, the event took place simultaneously in over 233 cities worldwide. Climathon was designed by Europe’s largest public-private innovation partnership focused on climate change, known as Climate-KIC.

The Auckland Climathon event was held over 24 hours from Friday night, 27th October to Saturday night, 28th October. Students, staff, and the greater Auckland community participated in this large scale international programme with the aim of bringing to life innovations and solutions to climate change issues.

In the lead up to Climathon, the Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship invited 16 researchers and sustainability professionals from the University of Auckland, Vector, For the Love of Bees, Generation Zero, Auckland Council and the Australian National University to write about what climate change means for Auckland.

Thank you to all of our writers who have contributed such thought-provoking material.

 

Bringing together climate change thought leaders for Auckland’s future
Bringing together climate change thought leaders for Auckland’s future

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The University of Auckland’s Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, in partnership with Vector, hosted Auckland’s first ever Climathon. A 24 hour global ideas hack, the event took place simultaneously in over 233 cities worldwide. Climathon was designed by Europe’s largest public-private innovation partnership focused on climate change, known as Climate-KIC.

The Auckland Climathon event was held over 24 hours from Friday night, 27th October to Saturday night, 28th October. Students, staff, and the greater Auckland community participated in this large scale international programme with the aim of bringing to life innovations and solutions to climate change issues.

In the lead up to Climathon, the Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship invited 16 researchers and sustainability professionals from the University of Auckland, Vector, For the Love of Bees, Generation Zero, Auckland Council and the Australian National University to write about what climate change means for Auckland.

Thank you to all of our writers who have contributed such thought-provoking material.

 


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