Dark Green AOTEAROA
Language of Place
An exploration of a language of place, its role in rebuilding our sense of place, our rediscovery of the intricacies of the natural world around us
Signs of Spring
Apihai has gifted the most prized land Puawhananga, kōwhai and plum are in flower.
The people in power, the ones doing all this hideous stuff on our behalf, know pretty much exactly what they are doing, and why. And we do too.
A Dark Green Vision for Tāmaki Makaurau
As an antidote to the shortcomings of the current Auckland Plan 2050, I am going to continue the project I began 10 years ago - a Dark Green Vision for Tāmaki Makaurau. I invite others to contribute.
Crash now, and avoid the rush
As industrial society declines and falls, what to do? One of the most helpful responses to that question that i've encountered comes from John Michael Greer. Here it is, straight from the source.
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