Our staff and students are inspired by the need to develop more sustainable eco-initiatives.
Ara works alongside industry partners to provide unique innovations using local materials whenever possible, that are efficient and cost effective. We also develop real world solutions that are typically an innovative integration of existing products.
Reducing carbon footprint by refining wind and solar thermal energy technologies is just one way which Ara staff are assisting the "green" industry and the environment.
We are interested in sharing research ideas to advance a sustainable and greener future.
Ara’s red zone house to model sustainable urban living
Ara Institute of Canterbury is responding to the sustainability challenge posed by poorly performing houses....
Electric Vehicle Bootcamp coming to CPIT
CPIT is running a free EVolocity bootcamp on 13 April to kickstart interest amongst secondary...
CPIT student wants youth involved in sustainablity
Sustainability and Outdoor Education student Erin Strampel investigates 'What engages youth in sustainability actions?' ...