Welcome to our latest SnippETS newsletter. This week we take a look at how a personal commitment to clean up a beach led to much bigger things, recycling plastic the right way and lab produced meat that is actually meat! Also we look at how robots are going to revolutionise farming and that there is no such thing as waste. We also have a look at zinc air batteries, sometimes simple is good and we finish up with some photos, a picture can be worth a thousand words. In 2007 a g
Welcome to our SnippETS newsletter. In this edition of SnippETS we kick things off with the most important current topic in climate news: the latest IPCC report on climate change. The news is that it is a mammoth task, but if we take action now, we can still have a positive impact. We follow with a story about how citizens are suing their government to get action on climate change. Next, we move into forest conservation and restoration; blockchain chickens and differences bet
Welcome to this week’s edition of our SnippETS newsletter. This week in SnippETS we look at the climate change challenge and how our PM went at the recent UN summit, what others are doing in this space globally, and sustainability reporting in big business. We see how blockchain may help tackle issues of transparency, accountability and traceability in green projects, and then two articles on what’s happening with hydrogen as a fuel. Next, a couple of articles on green buildi
We are pleased to have once again achieved CarboNZero recertification. We have again chosen to offset our carbon footprint with carbon credits created from regenerating native forests at Hinewai Forest in Banks Peninsula. If you want to know more about how to get this certification or what it means, contact us.