To many eyes, plants look too simple to do anything but plants can remove most of our stormwater, lower council spending by 20% and store carbon, and everyone gets more real green-space too. But tradition and fear of the unknown mean few are rushing to do this. Also it is SO easy to dismiss planting... Continue Reading →
Mortal Remains (sea-eroded brick and mortar). Walking along Fortrose beach today, seemingly the middle of nowhere and found some richly coloured brick fragments scattered on the beach. Fortrose, Southland, New Zealand. Taken by Nigel 05 Aug 2018.
Does sustainability mean anything in a business context, or is it just another overused catchword like prefixing all pronouncements with 'Green'? Our technical culture enables us to borrow from other times and places. This is often couched in weasel words; instead we should say what we mean and hold business and the state to the same... Continue Reading →