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May 24, 2019

I oppose the expansion of the Otakiri Water Bottling Plant in the Eastern Bay of Plenty for a number of reasons, but it’s got me thinking about equity of resources and what that means from a humanitarian perspective.  At some stage, unless we experience a massive globa...

May 24, 2019

The Zero Carbon Bill was released by the New Zealand Government on the 8th May, 2019 and everyone has an opinion on it.  Will it be any good for us, the biodiversity we cherish and the planet? The jury is definitely out on that one as scientists, academics, economists,...

July 2, 2018

I've been doing a bit of research for Straws Suck lately about single use plastic bags...this is a local movement to help raise the awareness of single use plastics and the alternatives.  Check out the Facebook page and make a pledge to reduce!

There’s a lot of talk...

January 5, 2018

We are a nation of car lovers. I grew up to the sound of a V8 engine and the smell of petrol.  My dad was a mechanic, there was always one family car in the driveway, and another in the garage being ‘fixed’.  It’s part of who we are.  Car ownership as a young adult is...

December 20, 2017

When we were kids, our backyard was an incredible maze of pumpkin plants and guava bushes.  We’d play hide and seek with the neighbourhood kids and eat the guavas when we got hungry.  For me it was a magical place to play, full of life and mystery.  Then, mum and dad,...

August 1, 2017

Musings and key learning from the 2017 Eco City World Summit, a biannual international series that 'aims to unite people through a new way of living on the planet that ensures best possibly cities while enhancing, not destroying, the biosphere.'

Sitting in a room full...

January 5, 2017

‘A lion doesn’t attack antelope to sell them to its buddies.’  A lion hunts for two reasons, hunger and survival.  When a lion is full, he is no longer a threat to antelope or any of the other animals that share the bush with him.  A lion won’t keep attacking and killi...