Having worked for the Tindall Foundation and Zero Waste NZ, Warren has has a clear understanding NZ's waste problems. He has been at the forefront of battling unsustainable practices across the economic spectrum. Warren discusses his aim is to help build strong, self-reliant communities that protect and value natural resources. First broadcast March 2005
Here’s a programme that showcases community activities that preserve and enhance the Auckland environment. With two harbours, volcanoes, islands and bush-clad ranges, Auckland is a beautiful city. But the pressure of population could spoil it. Hear about ideas and projects that help us all meet the challenge of clean water, a litter free landscape and becoming the world’s most liveable city.
Besides being tasty and satisfying, food is fascinating. Barry Wong, a PhD student in food science introduces us to the many fascinating facets of food – nutrition, gastronomy, facts and fictions about foods. Is coconut milk just another fat? Why is high-fructose corn syrup demonised? Are there superfoods? Covering new topics every week, Barry speaks with the experts and gathers food news from around the world.