Ngā mihi ki a tātou

Ngā mihi ki a tātou

Kia ora mai tātou, Ngā mihi ki a tātou. Tuatahi – tēnei te mihi nui ki ngā kaikōrero, mō rātou whakaaro, moemoea, wawata. First – our huge thanks to the contributors, for their thoughts, dreams, aspirations. Tuarua – tēnei te mihi ki a koutou katoa, mo to koutou...
How to rescue our fresh water

How to rescue our fresh water

New Zealand has a freshwater crisis. There is little doubt about this now as report after report has piled up over the last year. National and international research reaches the same conclusion. In an interview on his own report on the state of the country’s fresh...
The animalcules* within

The animalcules* within

*Animalcules is the name that Antonie van Leeuwenhoek, a Dutch draper, gave the organisms he saw when he first looked at a drop of pond water using one of his handcrafted microscopes in the 1670’s. My connection with water over the years  When I think back to my...