Our paper on the way we subsidise harmful practices by turning a blind eye to the harm done DOI: 10.26686/pq.v18i4.8015 joy-marriot-chapple-2022-pq-levelling-the-grazing-paddockDownload https://ojs.victoria.ac.nz/pq/article/view/8015
Panel discussion: The Path to a Sustainable Future with Professor Buzz Thompson, Professor Peter Vitousek and Dr Mike Joy, chaired by Professor Bronwyn Hayward
The panel discussion is hosted by the University of Canterbury in their ‘UC Connect public lecture series’.The panel discussion is occurring in conjunction with the First Nations’ Futures Programme https://youtu.be/chepke4yAdM
The Lentil Intervention Podcast: Dr Mike Joy and The Rubbish Trip – Translating Science
The Crucial Decade, Kim Hill invited Paul Tapsell (Te Arawa, Tainui), Mike Joy and Dave Lowe to explain how we can respond to the climate crisis and transform our lands, waterways and communities.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DMhe5UpOZ_E Our panellists all agree that, when it comes to climate, there is no time to delay and we must act now, but what does action look like?
Overshoot and our options for a liveable future
My chapter in the 2023 Kiwi diary https://www.researchgate.net/publication/365447763_Overshoot_and_our_options_for_a_liveable_future
Pathway to Survival: Dr Mike Joy on Peak Everything: what does that mean for food & energy futures?
It’s not just a climate crisis – planet critical podcast
https://www.planetcritical.com/p/its-not-just-a-climate-crisis-mike?utm_source=substack&utm_medium=email&utm_content=share#details My interview with Rachel Donald at planet critical
Giving away our best water
Water bottling companies are getting our very best water for free — from deep, uncontaminated bores — while a large and growing number of us get nitrate-contaminated drinking water through municipal supplies https://www.newsroom.co.nz/ideasroom/giving-away-our-best-water#c-5515