Tim Naish is Professor in Earth Sciences, at the Antarctic Research Centre at Victoria University. He has leadership roles on the world climate research programme, the scientific committee on Antarctic research and the Antarctic science platform. He
This webinar deeply explores some of the problems we are facing. If you are feeling vulnerable to climate anxiety, you may find this challenging to view. If you are considering sharing this with more vulnerable groups (e.g. people new to climate act
This University of Otago-Wellington webinar series focused on sustainable healthcare and climate health and presented the latest information in 30-min programmes that aired fortnightly between June to October 2020. The programme content covered both
In this webinar, we hear from regenerative agriculture experts Greg Hart and John King.
About John King:
As a Holisti
Economy of Enough - Webinar Recording
Our Climate Declaration have begun a series of webinars designed to explain and promote the wellbeing economy. This concept underpins all that we do to mitigate and adap
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