Natural hazards where you live
New Zealanders have a strong connection to the beautiful land we live in, but we also know it can be volatile.
It’s a good idea to understand the natural hazards that could impact your community, and how you can reduce the risk of damage to your whānau and property.
Geoscientist Jesse Kearse can’t wait to board a plane to California to finally take up his Fulbright-EQC scholarship and tap into the brightest minds at some of the world’s leading earthquake research institutes.
Ākonga/students in Tairāwhiti will be the first to see this year’s East Coast Life at the Boundary (LAB) Subduction Zone Secrets Roadshow, funded by the Earthquake Commission – EQC.
High school students are shaking up their learning by creating their own earthquake alerts as part of this year’s CRISiSLab Challenge.
New Zealand is on the verge of becoming a world leader in low-cost and low-damage seismic engineering, says the winner of the 2022 Ivan Skinner Award, Dr Shahab Ramhormozian.