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LATE at the Museum

Looks great: LATE: Of Gods and Men, SMART Talk series, 2013 http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/whats-on/series/late I missed most of them, but hopefully Radio NZ National will pick them up again: http://www.radionz.co.nz/national/programmes/smarttalk. I especially would have liked to attend: LATE: Tangaroa – Our Oceans THURSDAY, … Continue reading

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‘Ten things we need to know about ice and snow’

There was a great article on the global importance of ice in Nature earlier this year that I only just stumbled across today…  According to Thorsten Bartels-Rausch: “Ice is central to climate, geology and life. Understanding the behaviour is essential for predicting … Continue reading

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The Coming Famine: eating ethically, living sustainably…

Julian Cribb makes an impassioned – and I think eye-openingly, convincing – argument for greater awareness around our consumption of food. In his book, The Coming Famine, he describes the impact mankind’s food production and consumption (and waste) is having on the … Continue reading

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