Symposium 2013

The Symposium was held May 15, 2013 (NZ Time)
Recording and slide links below
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2nd Annual AMHC Symposium – “Moving Forward: Decreasing car use among teenagers”

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This international multidisciplinary event showcased current research and practice in teen mobility, active transport, the effects of the built environment and climate change, and youth engagement. Links to recorded video presentations and graphics can be found below for each speaker.

AMHC Symposium 2013 Agenda: 

“Moving Forward: Decreasing car use among teenagers”

9:00-9:15  Mihi Whakatau – Welcome, Mark Brunton. (Recording).

9:15- 9:30  Opening remarks and welcome by Prof Hank Weiss“Dear Stacy” . (PDF Slides) (Recording).

9:30-10:15  Keynote Address: Todd Litman, Victoria Transport Institute, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada – “Freedom From Automobile Dependency: How Youths Benefit from Better Living through Multi-Modalism”. (PDF slides) (Recording).

10:15-10:45 Sophia Leon de la Barra, University of Otago – “How teens travel in Otago: survey data 2011-2012”. (PDF slides) (Recording).

11:10-11:40  Jamie Stuckless, School Travel Planning Facilitator, Green Communities Canada (via Skype) – “Youth Engagement to change travel mode: a secondary school pilot program in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada” (PDF slides) (Recording,).

11:40-12:10  Brittany Packer, NZ Youth Activist – “Active transport, youth, and climate change – preparing for our low carbon future” (Prezi) (Recording).

12:10-1:10  Teen Panel – “How do you get around Dunedin?” Facilitated by Aimee Ward and Brittany Packer. (Panel One RecordingPanel Two Recording).AMHC Teen Panel

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