Getting out in the field and the lab to bring you New Zealand stories about science, nature and the environment. With Alison Ballance.
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Join Morag Gamble, global permaculture ambassador, in conversation with leading ecological thinkers, activists, authors, designers and practitioners to explore 'What Now?' - what is the kind of thinking we need to navigate a positive and regenerative way forward, what does a thriving one-planet way of life look like, where should we putting our energy. In this changing world and in challenging times, we offer these voices of clarity and common sense.
Genetically, mountain gorillas are amongst our closest living relatives, and also one of the world's most endangered species. Half the world's remaining population survive in the forests of Uganda. This album explores the challenges facing conservationists at Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. Known for its exceptional biodiversity, the Park became a major tourist destination when it opened for gorilla tourism in 1993. The problem is, because the Park lies in the heart of one of the most den ...
Mackenzie Fox and Dr. Joshua Sevier incorporate sass and humor in discussing legal and social aspects of healthcare around the world! We look to not only to inform of the facts, but debate the issues while having fun doing it. Subscribe and comment about our show on iTunes!
TUNE IN AND TURN ON to get your answers to questions like these: * Do you want to know HOW to lead with love in a corporate environment? * Are you are manager who is disgusted with the daily drama of your team? * Are you exhausted by the workplace sabotage and passive aggressive communication? * Do you want to know how to rise above the politics while staying true to yourself? * Are you exhausted because no matter how hard you try, it seems that you are not seen or appreciated for who you re ...
Ever encounter some aspect of modern life that just stumps you and makes you scratch your head? Changing World Survival Service is here to help. Created by Demian Stimson and Meeri Marjomaa-Jaakkola as a school project for Keuda.
Two self-driving underwater robots are making surprising discoveries about where river water ends up at sea, far from land.
For this episode of Sense-Making in a Changing World Podcast , I am in Lammas Ecovillage, Wales with the founder, Tao Wimbush. I loved visiting this community and was so warmly welcomed by Tao. I hope you enjoy this conversation - full of so many practical tips for one planet living. Lammas is an off-grid permaculture village with a community of 50…
Cancer epidemiologist Brian Cox, from the University of Otago, talks about studying the causes of cancer and new research on diet and bowel cancer.
How river water reaches out to sea and an epidemiologist talks about work into the causes of cancer.
NIWA's Richard Querel talks about the ozone hole, including this year's large one, and Ben Liley explains why NZ has such high UV levels.
NIWA experts explain the science behind this year's large ozone hole and New Zealand's high UV levels.
In this episode of Sense-making in a Changing World, I am thrilled to share with you this conversation with fellow permaculture [pr]activist, Matt Powers who is based on the north west coast of the USA. Matt Powers is an permaculture author, educator, seed saver, gardener, and entrepreneur focused on radically transforming the entire K-12 education…
Iwi representatives & conservationists journey to Zealandia sanctuary to plant seeds of the mysterious parasitic flowering plant Dactylanthus or flower of the underworld.
Returning the mysterious parasitic flowering plant Dactylanthus or pua o te reinga to Zealandia sanctuary, in Wellington.
It is my delight to share this conversation with Joel Glanzberg today on Sense-making in a Changing World. Joel, based in New Mexico is a tracker, a regenerative design practitioner and permaculture teacher/builder/farmer/designer/thinker. He has been immersed in permaculture for over 30 years and loves what permaculture offers- particularly the wa…
The 2020 Tahunui-A-Rangi Award goes to David Tipene Leach for the wahakura, a woven bassinet to address the problem of sudden unexpected death in infancy.
Geneticist Neil Gemmell has won the 2020 Hutton Medal for using DNA & new genomic technologies to better understant plants & animals.
The invention of a woven bassinet to save babies' lives & a geneticist seeking to understand plants & animals have won awards at the 2020 Research Honours Aotearoa.
In this episode of Sense Making in a Changing World, I am speaking with my dear friend Cyndi O'Meara - best-selling author of Changing Habits Changing Lives, nutritionist, activist, film-maker, TEDx speaker, and founder of Changing Habits whole food company and the Changing Habits Farm - a regenerative farm in Maleny. Cyndi is a thought leader push…
NZ's top research award, the Rutherford Medal, has gone to Brian Boyd, whose work spans Shakespeare to Nabokov to Popper, & weaves arts and sciences together.
Maria Bargh's work on political economies and the environment is focused on Māori communities and has won her the 2020 Te Puāwaitanga Award.
Unravelling how genes control colour in petunias has won Nick Albert the 2020 Hamilton Award and could help breed more nutritious fruit.
A group of Dunedin students talk about what they learned making an Otago Museum exhibition about climate change inequality.
The 2020 Research Honours go to a Nabokov expert, a Maori political economist & a colourful plant breeder, and students talk climate change.
It is such a pleasure to welcome to the Sense-Making in a Changing World show, Mark Lakeman from Portland Oregon - city repairer, urban permaculture designer place-maker community design facilitator, urban designer and thought leader. Mark is the co-founder of the not-for-profit organisation, the City Repair Project (Urban Permaculture education) a…
Deep sea corals are being put to the test at NIWA to find out how they cope with sediment.
NIWA ecologists have been stress testing deep sea corals to find out they cope with sediment.
It is my absolute delight to share with you my conversation with Ego Lemos from Timor Leste on Sense-Making in a Changing World. Ego is a humble yet radical positive change-maker, who grew up in the tumultuous time of the Indonesian occupation. His work over the decades with Permaculture has caused it to mushroom in his country. He is largely respo…
Jocelyn Turnbull from GNS Science is measuring how much CO2 we're producing in NZ towns - and she's doing it by cutting the grass.
GNS Science is measuring how much carbon dioxide we're producing in different towns as part of the Carbon Watch NZ project.
In Episode 20 of Sense-Making in a Changing World Podcast, I am delighted to chat with internationally recognised thought leader, Looby Macnamara. Looby is a permaculture teacher, social permaculture facilitator & cofounder of Applewood Permaculture Centre in Herefordshire, England, with her partner Chris Evans (co-founder of the Himalayan Permacul…
Dave Lowe on measuring CO2 in New Zealand for 50 years, and how Carbon Watch NZ is a bird's eye view on our carbon balance.
Fifty years ago Dave Lowe started measuring carbon dioxide in New Zealand's atmosphere. And Gordon Brailsford and Sara Mikaloff Fletcher talk about Carbon Watch NZ project.
It is my great pleasure to welcome my dear friend Stephan Harding to the show today. Dr Stephan Harding, the Deep Ecology Research Fellow from Schumacher College, is a world-renown Gaian Ecologist, musician, walker, nature-lover, film-maker, father, and is co-founder of the Masters of Holistic Science at Schumacher College with the late Professor B…