Over the next few weeks, in the lead-up to global climate conference COP23 in Bonn, we’re featuring articles that highlight grassroots environmental activism. First off the mark is an essay by Dr Daniel Hikuroa, an earth systems scientist from Aotearoa New Zealand. Dan actively lobbies and inspires New Zealanders to take care of their waterways – as a Principal Investigator for both Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga, New Zealand’s Māori Centre of Research Excellence, and Te Pūhana Matatini and works around Aotearoa New Zealand to achieve better outcomes for the rivers and waterways.
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Q&A | James Evans on drawing the (Scientific) Revolution
A background in earth science and micropalaeontology may not seem the most obvious starting point for a career in graphic design, but it set James Evans on that trajectory. Continue →