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Have you ever wondered how your internet use impacts the climate? Information and Communication Technology (ICT) users vary widely in their electricity consumption and carbon emissions. The size of your carbon footprint is closely connected to how

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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

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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

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https://biofabforum.org

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

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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

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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

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