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After reading BFF’s earlier post on the 20 minute city concept, Brad Crowley got in touch with us from the New Zealand Green Building Council. Brad is Senior Manager, Buildings and Communities at NZGBC. He is passionate about their Green Star Communities programme and was keen to share this with the BFF community. Post-lockdown thereContinue reading “Green Star Communities – coming soon to a neighbourhood near you?”
By Belinda Baxter Growing up in an ecologically-minded family in West Auckland, Andrea was immersed in nature. Her desire to share the beauty that she knew was possible – even in the most built-up urban environments – was a motivation for becoming a landscape architect. Her vision was to design urban spaces to be inContinue reading “Creating Paths for Pollinators – Andrea Reid”
Some of you may have listened in to the webinar co-hosted by BFF and the PSA, New Zealand’s largest union, which featured leading UBS expert Andrew Percy, from the Institute of Global Prosperity. If you missed it, you can watch it at the link above. In this article, Sally Faisandier reflects on what she learntContinue reading “What are Universal Basic Services – and could they work in Aotearoa?”
Well, it is great to know that there is a whole lot of you out there super-keen to read the joint submission and get started on your own – because we have had a number of messages saying the link to the submission was not working. We have now (we hope!) fixed the problem, andContinue reading “Oops! File not found?”
The government has announced a proposal to phase out a range of hard-to-recycle and single-use plastic items, and is seeking public feedback. Better Futures Forum wants to see Aotearoa move towards zero waste and a circular economy, so we have teamed up with a number of other organisations to make a joint submission, which you canContinue reading “Want less plastic in Aotearoa? Let the government know!”
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