Magnolias in Quad Blooming Earlier

Posted 1:28pm Monday 16th August 2021 by Fox Meyer

Each year, bets are taken on when the first Magnolia bloom will appear between the Clocktower and Quad. This year it was August 10. The average blooming date has gotten earlier and earlier since records began in 1995. Gut instinct would attribute this early blooming to climate change. As seasons Read more...

Shaky At Best: The New Zealand Earthquake Forecasting Page With Links to Pseudoscience

Posted 10:09pm Sunday 18th April 2021 by Acasta Gneiss

At first glance, NZ Earthquake Community is a reputable Facebook page. It’s filled with content from GeoNet and advice about earthquake safety. It’s also only six clicks away from a crackpot’s RV in New Mexico.  Information on the page comes from two sources. If you follow Read more...

Generation Hero: How Gen Zero are taking on climate change

Posted 5:35pm Sunday 28th March 2021 by Annabelle Vaughan

Climate change is a scary subject. As concern has grown, so has the number of environmental organisations and people willing to take on the challenge of our generation. One of these organisations is Generation Zero, a non-partisan group which focuses on a solutions-based approach to climate Read more...

These Scarfies Planted a Rice Paddy In Their Flooded Backyard

Posted 9:48am Friday 2nd February 2018 by Joel MacManus

A group of students in a South Dunedin flat took advantage of the flooding that filled their backyard yesterday by planting what they believe to be Dunedin’s first rice paddy.   Flatmates Siana Fitzjohn, Charlie Montague, and Harry Young said their new paddy was not only a new Read more...

David Clark | Climate Change

Posted 2:10pm Sunday 9th July 2017 by David Clark

Sarah Thomson is a law student at Waikato University, and she’s currently challenging the government’s response to climate change. Her case is about the government’s failure to adjust policy following the signing of last year’s Paris accord. Under the Paris agreement, Read more...

New Zealand Unprepared for Future Climate Refugee Crisis in the Pacific

Posted 11:03am Sunday 23rd April 2017 by Sofie Hagland BÝrseth

Climate experts are saying that climate change could trigger a future refugee crisis in the Pacific if New Zealand does not start a mass migration soon. Professor in Meteorology and Climatology at the University of Otago Dr Nicolas Cullen said that the communities in the Pacific are vulnerable to Read more...

Government signs historic Climate Change agreement

Posted 10:48am Sunday 1st May 2016 by Henry Napier

The Government has recently signed a major climate change reduction agreement in Paris, which according to the Minister for Climate Change Issues Paula Bennett will include a multi-faceted approach to reducing carbon emissions. The Paris agreement, which was finalised in December 2015, was signed Read more...

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