Kaitiakitanga – it is our only hope
Nations and corporations are leading us into an unsustainable future most of us don’t want. It’s not too late to turn it around, writes Dan Hikuroa.
Environment watchdog’s final words of warning
Jan Wright says Margaret Thatcher was a pioneer in climate action among world leaders - and NZ risks falling behind.
Jan Wright: Margaret Thatcher is my climate hero
As Dr Jan Wright wraps up 10 years as NZ’s Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment, she shares some unexpected enthusiasms.
Happiness has a value - not a price
If material objects don’t confer a lasting and sustainable source of happiness, what does?
Solving traffic without relying on motorways
Ahead of Auckland’s first Climathon event, Dr Tatjana Buklijas examines how academics can influence decisions on climate change.
Time for Auckland to harness renewable energy
Ahead of Auckland’s first Climathon event, Basil Sharp looks at whether Auckland’s population density is too low to make public transport work.
The science of NZ supervolcanoes
An Oruanui eruption at Taupo would probably bring down all roofs between the Bombay Hills and Christchurch, finds Victoria University’s Colin Wilson.
Childbirth is never one size fits all
University of Auckland researchers address some of the most pressing concerns of mothers and mothers-to-be.