If our energy systems don’t bend to the winds of change something is going to give, writes Scott Willis.
Local housing initiatives are aligning with action to address climate change, writes Scott Willis.
Waitati School is benefiting itself and others in a power-sharing scheme, writes Scott Willis.
Housing options fit for the future are emerging, writes Scott Willis.
Tackling climate change will mean transporting ourselves to new ways of getting around, says Scott Willis.
The stories that emerge from our communites in the future will be written by us.
A warm, dry, safe place to live is a basic necessity. Which means there is work to do, writes Scott Willis.
Is it time to start preparing for the "Long Emergency", asks Scott Willis.
Making connections, in a very literal sense, is the way of the future, writes Scott Willis.
Scott Willis loves Wellington's public transport.
A patch-up job is not the best long-term option for our energy needs, writes Scott Willis.
I remember timing myself against an hourglass as a child, writes Scott Willis.
Hollow eggs are one thing. Hollow promises are another, writes Scott Willis.
Making connections means we can make progress on several fronts at the same time, writes Scott Willis.
We can use the space summer affords to create a better trajectory for the rest of the year, writes Scott Willis.
Electric vehicles could one day help to reduce "peak demand" for electricity, Scott Wills writes.
It’s time we were thinking about ethical electricity, says Scott Willis.
Change is in the wind. The question is whether it is blowing hard enough, Scott Willis writes.