NIWA's CarbonWatch NZ combines measurements of greenhouse gases in the air above New Zealand with models that tell where those gases have come from, giving us a bird's eye view of our country’s carbon balance. This is combined with bottom-up knowl
Mutu is a peer-to-peer rental marketplace that allows individuals & businesses to rent, lend, hire & share assets & equipment with people in their community.
Recently launched! This kiwi innovation is worth checking out as a means of reducing wast
The purpose of this Hui was to feed into the strategic action plans of the Social Justice and Peace, Conflict and Reconciliation subgroups. The Hui began with a presentation on "A Regenerative and Redistributive Economy" by Joanna and Jack Santa Barb
Dr Terrence Loomis is an economic anthropologist specialising in the political economy of the oil and gas industry. He was Professor of Development Studies at Waikato University before becoming a senior policy advisor under successive National and La
An open biomaterials and bioremediation forum, driven largely by university-based researchers. Includes how-to guides, question-and-answer problem-solving,
Discussion topics include mycelial leathers, bamboo fibre, carbon-sto
Though I am immersed in Deep Adaptation - I often forget that many people I talk to in NTCF are not aware of what this term means. It is important to understand this movement if you wish to participate in Deep Adaptation's (previously Comm Tech) gro
Climate crisis is upon us. By choice or necessity, New Zealand will transition to a low-emissions future. This book, edited by David Hall asks, "Can this revolution be careful? Can it be attentive to the disruptions it inevitably creates? Or will car
What is a Community Land Trust
Community Land Trusts (CLTs) are non-profit organizations—governed by a board of CLT
residents, community residents and public representatives—that provide lasting community
assets and permanently affordable housing
Given at the June 2020 Hui by Joanna Santa Barbara of the Science, Technology and Research Group, this presentation focuses on five main questions:
- What are the main greenhouse gases?
- How do they compare in global warming potential?
- What does New
This not-to-be-missed conversational podcast series sees James Shaw (New Zealand's Minister for Climate Change and Green Party co-leader) and some of the world's leading thinkers to explore the big ideas about how we solve the climate crisis and rene
Jack Santa Barbara gave this presentation at the May 2020 hui on behalf of the Science, Technology and Research Group.
Presentation: Energy descent v5.pdf
- Our modern industrial civilization has
Click to download a Powerpoint Presentation given by Bruno Lemke on behalf of the Science, Technology, and Research Group at the Forum hui on August 18th
The aim of the presentation was to help the Forum develop a regional climate action plan by sho
The Aotearoa Circle is a partnership of public and private sector leaders, committed to the pursuit of sustainable prosperity and reversing the decline of New Zealand’s natural resources. This is the Interim Report of their Sustainable Finance Forum
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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