Climate change is already impacting our houses, whether it’s floods, storm or coastal erosion. Now hear from some New Zealanders that have been thinking about how our houses need to respond…
To evaluate the EDA service, an online survey was sent to people who had undergone a consultation between 2016 and 2018. This report details the results of that survey.
Consumers free guide provides advice and tips on what you can do to make your home warmer, cosier and cheaper to heat. We also explain your rights and your landlord’s obligations.
Christchurch has the highest per capita greenhouse gas emissions of New Zealand’s major cities, but is poised to commit to being carbon neutral by 2050.
Eco design Advisor Richard Popenhagen says even small changes can make a big impact on the warmth of your home.
“Are there health or environmental concerns with LED lightbulbs, which may soon replace compact fluorescents as the green-friendly light bulb of choice?”
Christchurch residents will soon be zooming around the city in shareable electric cars
August 24 2017 Ian Mayes loves everything about New Zealand except the way some houses are built. Hamilton City Council’s free eco design
EECA’s Warm Up New Zealand: Healthy Homes programme offers grants for insulation retrofits to make homes warmer, drier and healthier.
Proved to be a great success this year, with a great line up of speakers.
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This report “House Condition Survey: Comparison of house condition by tenure” provides a snapshop into the state of New Zealand housing at a given point in time.
Nelson Lebo, EDA at Palmerston North City Council, explains the best way to insulate your home with proper fitting curtains.
Rain may be on the forecast for most of the country today, but the temperatures are still up there, making for hot nights.
A survey of 700 users of the Eco Design Advisor service has found New Zealanders are increasingly taking action to make their homes more energy efficient.