Our deadly nitrogen addiction

"Humanity is facing an unprecedented dilemma - how to feed a burgeoning population while resources decline and the ability of the Earth's ecosystems and atmosphere to absorb pollution diminishes." The human population has reached a level far in excess of the ability of the planet to sustain it long-term through using synthetic nitrogen. The 'green... Continue Reading →

Squandered

The degradation of New Zealand's freshwaters Mike Joy explains how in the last few decades environmental protection has been deregulated, allowing a few to profit while polluting on a massive scale, and how that has led to the destruction we see today. This reality is denied and covered-up so that relatively few are aware of... Continue Reading →

The Ecological Realities of New Zealand Podcast

Mike Joy was recently interviewed on Sentient Seas - a website presenting interviews, podcasts, and essays on a range of topics aimed to inspire the change needed for a better future. The interview discusses some of the ecological situations New Zealand is faced with, the lack of environmental management by councils and the Government, farming options... Continue Reading →

Polluted Inheritance

A new book written by Dr Mike Joy on New Zealand's freshwater crisis has recently been published by BWB Texts. The book highlights the main threats to New Zealand's freshwater ecosystems, how the freshwater crisis came about and how this reality is routinely denied and concealed from the public. Polluted Inheritance is available in paperback... Continue Reading →

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