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Resilience on Radio

Neville Auton is Energy Manager at the Dunedin City Council.  Neville works an ‘internal consultant’ within the Council, helping managers of the various business units to identify energy savings.  He talks about the huge reduction in impacts already being realised and the potential for more savings without affecting services to the city’s citizens. Shane’s […]

Energy Cultures – do they exist, how would we find out what they are and how can we change them? We talk with Paul Thorsnes, Maria Ioannou and Daniel Gnoth about this new area of research. The three-year Energy Cultures research project has recently begun. Based at CSAFE (Centre for the Study of Agriculture, Food […]

Lindsay Smith is Business Manager for Ashburn Clinic in Dunedin, which recently won the Otago Business Excellence Award for Sustainability (sponsored by Otago Polytechnic).   This award recognised the Therapeutic Community philosophy which underpins the entire operation, playing a major role in achieving sustainable practices in every aspect of the Clinic.    Ashburn Clinic has […]