NZ packaging firm’s war on plastic
A company formed by two childhood friends is helping New Zealand businesses reduce their waste.
Five minutes with: an ice scientist
Young scientist Huw Horgan discusses what drilling into Antarctic ice reveals about NZ.
Ozone-eating chemical sets strange trend
Something strange is happening with a now-banned chemical that eats away at Earth’s protective ozone layer.
DOC can ‘thrive again’
A big funding boost for DOC comes with a warning from the minister – it must continue to be thrifty.
City agriculture can take on lofty goals
How can the humble vegetable patch help address UN Sustainability Development Goals? A Victoria University research group takes a look.
App helps Kiwi kids find their green thumbs
New technology is bringing age-old gardening knowledge to South Auckland school children.
How can we pollute our land like this?
We need to change the script from ‘business as usual’ to a robust set of fundamental values of water, writes Emily Frost.
Rod Oram: Dairy review risks missing big picture
It’s far from clear that the Govt’s dairy industry review will get to grips with the state of the sector.