We can blame plate tectonics for many catastrophes over time – earthquakes, volcanoes, geothermal activity, tsunamis and landslides – while people living on mountain ranges or small islands can ...READ MORE
Tsunamis are unique in their destructive power, but they share many features with other ocean waves. Learn how the two wave types differ, and how ocean waves of all kinds affect New Zealand’s ...READ MORE
Seaweek is New Zealand’s annual national week about the sea. It is hosted by the New Zealand Association for Environmental Education and includes a wide range of events, activities, competitions ...READ MORE
Climate change is one of the world’s big issues. It is also a big topic to tackle in the classroom. The Hub’s planning pathways interactive suggests ways in which climate change can be broken ...READ MORE
The Teacher Education Forum of Aotearoa New Zealand (TEFANZ) and the Australian Teacher Education Association (ATEA) are running a conference in July 2020. The theme of the conference is Teacher ...
The tenth biannual conference on advanced materials and nanotechnology (AMN10) will be held in February 2021 in Rotorua. The conference series is interdisciplinary and covers a broad variety of ...
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