A scheme to put a circular economy genie in every empty bottle could supercharge change in our communities, writes Gina Dempster.
The lessons learned from reducing tobacco harm can be applied to the climate crisis, writes Alex Macmillan.
March is Slow Fashion month at Wastebusters. The campaign celebrates clothes we love for longer as part of efforts to combat the growing problem of textile waste.
As our understanding has deepened, life has branched out, writes marine science professor Abby Smith.
It’s time to harness the power of the wind, the flow of the river, the golden sun and the power of the earth, writes Scott Willis.
I often wished as a child that I could see a living moa just once. They stimulated in my boyish imagination visions of an ancient world that had long disappeared, writes Hamish Spencer.
Now is the perfect time to start growing flint corn from seed so you can make polenta and tortillas, writes Hilary Rowley.
The words of Craig Foster in his Netflix doco, My Octopus Teacher, have bubbled beautifully into hearts around the world, writes Cathy Cole.
The Climate Change Commission’s report is an opportunity to create a better alternative, writes Scott Willis.
Birds? Tick. Rabbits? Tick. White butterflies? Tick. But Hilary Rowley has finally found a cheap way to send these garden pests packing, or camping, as it turns out.
A system of regulated product stewardship for six "priority products" is coming into effect under the Waste Minimisation Act. Maureen Howard asks six waste minimisers what they're doing to make a difference.
Kiwibank 2020 New Zealander of the Year Jennifer Ward-Lealand walked into the Alternative Aotearoa conference feeling curious and came out filled with hope. Maureen Howard finds out why.
Values based on Maori ancestral knowledge are piloting an ethical fund through the world of investing, Tom McKinlay writes.