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The best way to adapt and lead is for those with something to say to tell their stories, their way.
The Bishop’s Action Foundation (BAF) and Access Radio Taranaki (ART) have collaborated to form a space of thought-leadership and innovation for Taranaki. This partnership brings together an online portal where community groups can access local, national and international innovators talking about their field of expertise and their stories of experience, land and culture.
Together we make accessible a wide spectrum of voices to ignite community inspiration, empowerment and action.
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Recorded at the Just Transitions Community Conference: Regenerative agriculture and food production outside of the usual - speakers are Carl Freeman of Freeman Farms, Karma Burwell of Greenbridge speaks and Fiona Young.
Duration: 00:34:43 | Date: 5 October, 2019
Recorded at the Community Circle, Summer 2013: learning about standing, from Ngamata Skipper, and Leighton Littlewood on the value of trust.
Duration: 00:37:33 | Date: 31 August, 2019
Joi Gordon, CEO Dress For Success Worldwide, was in New Zealand to help celebrate NZ Dress For Success's 20th anniversary. She found the time to talk to Access Radio Taranaki, during her whirlwind stop in New Plymouth, about the impact Dress For Success has on the women, their children and the world. Powerful stuff.
Duration: 00:23:30 | Date: 24 August, 2019
Maureen Howard is a sustainable practice educator and communicator based in Dunedin.
In the first half of today's episode, Maureen speaks out for cleaner waterways with Dr Mike Joy, a fresh water ecologist working out of Wellington.
Her guest for the second half is Prof. Susan Krumdieck from the College of Engineering at the Universitay of Canterbury. They talk about transitional engineering and how we can move society away from a fossil-dependent culture.
Duration: 00:50:16 | Date: 10 August, 2019
Recorded at the Community Circle in June 2017, and focuses on the Parihaka Peace Walk, led by then-Mayor, Andrew Judd.
The sound quality is not the best as it was recorded live at the Council Chambers, bit it is important conversation that is well worth listening to, again and again.
Duration: 00:54:56 | Date: 3 August, 2019