Dunedin's e-waste recycling effort is gearing up.
Calls are growing for those who profit from the sale of technology to clean up after themselves, reports Tom McKinlay.
Researchers at the University of Otago are gearing up to tackle climate change, Tom McKinlay reports.
Mussels have powered to the top of the sustainability charts, writes Tom McKinlay.
The impact of air travel on the environment is back on the radar, reports Tom McKinlay.
One of the prophets of global warming visits Dunedin this week, and you can be assured the message will be chilling, reports Tom McKinlay
New Zealand is in the enviable position of generating a large part of its energy from renewable sources, but it could do much better yet, says a University of Canterbury researcher. Tom McKinlay reports.
Growing coffee is a grind, writes Tom McKinlay.
Climate scientists tell it like it is in a new documentary, writes Tom McKinlay.
Putting the handbrake on climate change might bean taking the foot off the gas, writes Tom McKinlay.
It may not be sustainable to just go with the flow in the long-term, writes Tom McKinlay.
Much of Dunedin's most precious resource is lurking in the backyard, writes Tom McKinlay.
There are some easy gains to be made in cutting out waste, reports Tom McKinlay.
The heat is going on our energy use, writes Tom McKinlay.
Sustainability. Sounds like a good idea. Tom McKinlay reports.
William Shatner has become as famous for being himself, as for any of his on-screen creations. Tom McKinlay meets the man.
Beware sustainababble, Tom McKinlay writes.
Drill down a bit and the future for oil may not be so bright, writes Tom McKinlay.
Dunedin could still clean up its recycling effort a little, reports Tom McKinlay.
The punchline rolls around and Dunedin-born comedian Sam Wills again has nothing to say. It's hilarious, writes Tom McKinlay.