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
What's really going on? Local M.P.'s and local board members have the experience and the connections to talk to those in the know about vital issues affecting our lives as a community and a nation. Get past the headlines and hear from the frontlines of the issues that most touch you.
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.