Methane: Sources, Sinks and Uncertainties

A paper about methane that I have been working on with a team of scientists and practitioners is now published. A nuanced understanding of methane is important for Aotearoa, as the dominant view positions methane emissions as a major problem. But our predominantly pasture-based agricultural systems operate in ways that emit methane, also support the … Continue reading Methane: Sources, Sinks and Uncertainties

More evidence for direct cooling

When someone claims that we can cool the earth safely and naturally in a decade, you would think people would be interested, right? This would be especially so when this claim comes from climate scientist Walter Jehne. I picked up Walter's ideas from a good friend who was very patient with me because I was … Continue reading More evidence for direct cooling

Regenerative farming update

In the words of Mike Taitoko of Calm the Farm "regenerative farming globally is a freight train that has left the station - and is only going one way". It seems like there is growing momentum that will shift farming away from extractive industrial farming. Here are some highlights from the last few months. Regenerative … Continue reading Regenerative farming update

Direct cooling of the planet

Walter Jehne spoke in Whangarei on 2 March at NorthTec's Te Puna o te Matauranga marae. He was inspirational and all the feedback I have heard from his audience has been very positive. We will make video of his presentation available soon. If you are not familiar with Walter's message, read about it here. Photo … Continue reading Direct cooling of the planet

Walter Jehne’s coming to Whangarei with a powerful message

Walter in Whangarei Walter Jehne will be in Whangarei 2 March. We will welcome him to Tai Tokerau at Te Puna o te Mātauranga at NorthTec and then enjoy his challenging message. For more information see the flyer here and register here. And if you do nothing else today, please listen to this podcast to get … Continue reading Walter Jehne’s coming to Whangarei with a powerful message