This year at SCANZ, members of the Deep South Challenge as well as science communicators from other National Science Challenges, will be participating in a panel exploring the challenges and highlights of communicating about New Zealand's most pressing social and scientific issues.
Human health relies on a healthy planet – health care without harm?
Looking away from the rear view mirror: Climate change and its effects on New Zealand's stormwater and wastewater systems
Climate change is happening and our stormwater and wastewater systems are particularly vulnerable. This webinar with Professor Iain White follows on from the release in October 2017 of the Deep South Challenge report into climate change, stormwater and wastewater systems.
What can Weather@Home ANZ tell us about changing climate and weather extremes?
What do NZ cities need to thrive in a changing climate? For 24 hours we join the rest of the world in bringing our brains together to come up with the solutions our cities need to thrive in a changing climate.
From September 4-6 2017, the Deep South Challenge will be holding our inaugural symposium, Understanding and Adapting to Future Climate in Aotearoa New Zealand.
“We need to keep designing opportunities for iwi and hapū to see the potential of what adaptive change can look like.”—Dr Huhana Smith
Far from Frozen looks at Antarctica and the impact of climate change on us and our planet.
In the second of the Deep South Challenge seminar series, Jonny will introduce us to climate and earth system modelling, show how the NZESM fits within the Deep South Challenge and discuss how the NZESM contributes to understanding our climate future.