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Talking Taiao

Sharing local stories that will help us to understand our natural environment and how we can all play a part in the future our whenua.

Airing time: Saturday at 4pm



Our mission is to inspire and support people, businesses, and communities to value the environment and act to prioritise sustainability. We would like to highlight our region's efforts in acting as guardians of the land, "Taranaki Tiaki Taiao," while weaving Te Reo Māori and Mātauranga within our conversations to help our wider community learn through a positive, educational, and uplifting lens. 

 

Each week we interview a different guest who has an exciting local story to share that will help us to understand our natural environment and how we can all play a part in the future our whenua.

 

We also highlight a sustainable sponsor, a local business going above and beyond to lower their carbon footprint.

 

 This show is created and made possible by Sustainable Taranaki. Sustainable Taranaki is a charitable trust that was started in 1992 in Inglewood by a group of progressive environmentalists. It now has grown and expanded its outreach but keeps the same vision of prioritizing our environment. 

 

Click here to listen to past episodes from 2021

Podcasts

To download the latest episode: Click the kiwifruit to go to the Talking Taiao show page on the accessmedia.nz site:   download this show here

Click on the title of an episode to listen

Accessing Voices with Anne

Access Radio Taranaki supports Talking Taiao, providing a platform to share voices for nature and community. Station Manager, Anne, shares why this platform is so important, along with some key examples highlighting how it serves our community.

Duration: 00:25:47 | Date: 15 January, 2022

A Taranaki Author With Global Impact

Taranaki Local children's book author, Helen Griffiths, tells us about her inspiring and educational book 'Treasure Beyond Measure'. A very fun, insightful and thought provoking literary journey.

Duration: 00:27:12 | Date: 25 December, 2021