SpeakersDebbie Hopkins, Postdoctoral Research Fellow on the Energy Cultures II project at the Centre for Sustainability, University of Otago.

Changes to traditional youth mobility practices have been reported in many developed countries. These changes are characterised by declining rates of youth learning to drive and gaining licenses, decreasing youth car ownership, and declining vehicle kilometres travelled. This presentation will explore the potential opportunities which could arise from New Zealand’s youth transport/energy cultures in order to transition towards a more sustainable transport system.

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